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TrafficMASTER Allure 12 in. x 36 in. Corsica Vinyl Tile Flooring (24 sq. ft. / case)

Model # 42211.0

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Average rating for Vinyl Tile
(4.2 / 5)
3,391 Reviews
  1. 3 years ago
    Great Product
    I read the reviews, did the research, & couldn't be happier with the results. I'm a 64 yr. old female & installed just under 200 sq. feet in our kitchen. It took me 2 days...there were a lot of cuts around a center island/table. The cuts were easy enough using either the tin snips or the scoring method. We enjoy the look & comfort of this flooring. You can't beat a product that looks great, is long lasting, & easy to install over existing flooring. The matching transition reducer worked perfectly.
  2. 4 years ago
    Quality Floor
    This is the third time we've used Allure flooring. We used it twice in our old house (bathroom and kitchen) and just installed this color in the new house (small master bath). The product not only looks great, but is a nice thick and heavy duty plank. So far it has been a great product for us and I would not hesitate to use it again. The best installation tip is to take your time and make sure you have a quality knife/razor for cutting and some tin snips do a great job for cutting our more ... read more rounded or intricate areas.
  3. 3 years ago
    Realistic "tile look" from a vinyl product
    We installed this vinyl plank flooring over an existing old vinyl sheet flooring in our kitchen. So far we have been very pleased. It looks like tile but is softer underfoot and the color is great in that it doesn't show the dirt in our high traffic areas. The pattern is one of the most realistic we have seen for imitating the look of tile in a very reasonably priced vinyl. The four different strips that came in the numerous boxes we ordered allowed us to create a very natural look without an ... read more obvious repeating pattern (a look we preferred) We had very little waste. If you have a square or rectangular floor, the installation should be a breeze as long as you follow the instructions precisely. We had a lot of "bump outs" and fitting into closets, a hall and adjoining powder room, so it was a little more difficult. In some places, because of all the custom fitting we needed to do, we ended up with some small gaps between the tiles. This hasn't interfered with the performance of the floor as of yet and is barely noticeable. Of course, now that we've done it once, we know what we would need to do to prevent gaps if we were to do it again but it's hard to explain in a few words. Simply put, it's best to start in a corner along a straight wall if possible.
  1. 6 days ago
    great product
    easy installation, good looks, previous purchase and installation of this product for a bath floor shows high durability
  2. 3 years ago
    This product looks great!
    This product looks great and was easy to install. Installation took about 4 hours for 210 square feet in a kitchen with lots of cuts around cabinets. Follow the directions and rent a 75 pound roller for best results.
  3. 2 years ago
    Great product
    The Trafficmaster Allure was suggested by my neurologist to help with a spinal cord injury. Not only does it look great and was everything I'd hoped for in the tile, but it is a pleasure to walk on for me. It was installed as a team depot project, but appeared to be easy to install. At least it went along smoothly with no problems. Definitely am happy with my purchase and the look of the flooring.
  1. 2 years ago
    Beware the web color sample
    Just to let you know that the color sample in the web site picture is NOT representative of the color. The web sample leads you to believe that the color is grey - its not. Its leaning more towards brown. Hope this saves you an unnecessary order if you were going for more of a true grey.
  2. 2 years ago
    Great alternative to ceramic tile
    Hardest part of the entire process was prepping basement concrete floor before laying these tiles down. Trafficmaster's basement proofer is a must. You will only need a total of 10 spacers to do the entire floor. Once the tile is in place and stuck to the floor it doesn't move at all. 12 inch speed square, box cutter, and tin snips made the job super easy to cut the tiles to the exact size I needed. I did grout the tiles with the simple tile pre mixed grout, and was able to do the entire ... read more basement (170 sqft) with 2 Qt. Best part about these tiles are they don't get cold even though its directly on concrete in the basement.
  3. 2 years ago
    product goes well beyond expectations
    We were looking for some cheap flooring to use until we did a major renovation on our kitchen. We installed this flooring in a matter of hours including grouting it. I don't believe that you have to grout it but we did and it looks fabulous!!!! Looks like real tile but install is much easier and quicker than tile. Cost was great also.
  1. 2 years ago
    Easy on the eyes and the feet!
    I absolutely love these tiles. I installed them myself in an entryway/hallway, over an ugly old vinyl floor, and grouted them with a dark gray grout. A contractor who came to our house to work on a project, saw the work in progress and asked for the product info. He could hardly believe they were vinyl, stick-on tiles. I used a utility knife to cut then snap most of them, and for edges that would be covered by molding, and for tricky cuts, I scored and then snipped with pliers. They look like ... read more high-end slate, perfect in our modern home. I could not be happier!
  2. 3 years ago
    Great floors!
    My husband and I were remodeling the bathroom for our new place and we needed affordable, easy to clean floors and preferably beautiful. We found these at our local Home Depot and loved the look of the brick style floors. Plus, the color was perfect. We had to order them online though -- we placed the order on Monday evening and the floors came on Thursday morning (standard shipping). They're durable, easy to install, look great with the grey grout we chose, and are definitely a statement piece!
  3. 3 years ago
    Extremely easy and looks great
    I am not extremely handy and was having a hard time deciding whether or not to pay a contractor to lay tile for me. I decided to go DIY with this product and was amazed how easy it was. 1. Cut with a box knife and break 2. Peel off backing, place on floor 3. Grout (which is an extremely simple procedure!) Not only was it extremely easy, nobody believes me when I tell them it's not real tile! I have to keep a sample handy to prove it.
  1. 5 years ago
    Nice look, low price
    These look very nice when laid out on the floor. I was happier with the final result than I was expecting to be. Very easy to cut and very easy to get the backing off.
  2. 4 years ago
    Great way to finish off a laundry room floor!
    Love the tile and application. I finished off a huge space in just a few days working on it part time. The tiles are easy to work with and cut like butter--the slightest cut with the exacto blade results in a nice "break" so you can easily and quickly finish the most complex cuts imagineable. I had circles and awkward cuts around door frames--and even crooked/curved walls (my house was built in 1927 and the walls in the basement are concrete).
  3. 5 years ago
    Great Product, Great Price
    I bought and installed these tiles in my Mother's kitchen almost 8 years ago. I was surprised to find them still in pristine condition today. She likes them so much I will be completing her bathrooms, dining and family room with other Armstrong vinyl tiles too.
  1. 5 years ago
    Much better quality than your typical peel and stick!
    Just finished installing these in our small master bathroom and we're very happy with them. I did some issues. Our bath had an ugly 80s orange ceramic tile and the ceramica adhesive would not stick very well to them. I used some additional tile adhesive and this did the trick. I little more research and I would have known they're not made for installation on ceramic... With a nice grey grout, everyone walks in and thinks these are actually ceramic tiles. Much better quality than your typical peel and stick!
  2. 2 months ago
    Love this flooring!
    We just Layed this down in our kitchen and grouted it with Delorean grey one step grout and it looks amazing! The tiles are a medium grey and the grout we used is a light grey so it pops nicely! It's a very time consuming job but the end result is totally worth it! It Looks like real tiles when finished, if you grout it. They are hard to cut and snap it takes some effort , but a nice sharp exacto Knife does work well with force. Clean with mild soap or Armstrong once and done as recommend by the ... read more retailer! No steam mops and don't seal this flooring! Enjoy your hardwork!
  3. 4 years ago
    Great looking tile
    Picked this tile to give my bathroom a facelift. I put this tile over existing ceramic tile. I filled in the grout lines with thinset to level floor. To be sure that tiles stuck to the existing tile I used vinyl tile adhesive on top of the peel and stick. Just make sure the tile adhesive is nice and tacky before putting down the tile. If you are putting on wood subfloor you should be ok with just peeling and sticking down tile. Floor looks just like tile for a fraction of the cost. My bathroom ... read more was too small to use the larger rectangle shaped tile. This would have given a very modern look to the floor. Really easy to work with. My wife loves the color.
  1. 12 months ago
    Great Product
    I covered all the shelves in my kitchen with the Stylistik white vinyl tiles. It was not difficult to do as long as you measure correctly. After cutting the amount needed just bend it and it will separate easily. Then I ran a cutting knife down the separation & it came apart nicely. All you have to do then is peel off the paper backing & it sticks to the shelf very well.
  2. 10 months ago
    What I wanted
    It wasn't the plain white tiles that impressed me as much as the salesman on the floor of my local Home Depot who offered assistance above the norm. He was just great. When I returned home with my purchase I immediately understood his explanation of how to install, what to do with the molding and why white might work better than trying to match the strange patterned tile that was the original color. I am happy.
  3. 10 months ago
    Versatile Product
    We used these tiles to line kitchen cabinets, drawers and under sinks. We found the best way to cut the files was to scribe them with a utility knife 3 to 4 times and the snap them at the line. Heavy scissors were used to trim corners to make a better fit. We've used these in the past on heavy wear areas like the laundry room and under sinks. This is the first time for all cabinets and drawers and we really like the results.
  1. 3 months ago
    Perfect solution for an uneven basement floor
    I have an uneven basement floor prone to some water leakage. Wood, ceramic and carpeting were not possible. I used the grout for an additional finishing touch. This tile looks good with most any color palette, was easy to install, and you have to point out that it is not ceramic to anyone looking at it. Very pleased and I looked for a flooring solution for a long time.
  2. 2 years ago
    Great tile look without the hassle
    We put this flooring in our foyer. We wanted ceramic tile but that would entail sistering joists and redoing the subfloor. (We did this in our kitchen so we knew how involved this is!) The subfloor also had the correct underlayment for vinyl stick tile so we decided on "tile look". The tiles went down great. Straight cuts were easy, curved and intricate cuts were not so easy since the tile is stiff. We did a herringbone pattern which made the room look larger. I used 1/8" spacers and filled in ... read more with delorean gray with Simple Grout. It is a great floor! The only con is that it is slippery with socks and certain shoes. I think the surface could have more texture to prevent that. It also has quite alot of sheen. Just be aware of that.
  3. 4 years ago
    The flooring really looks fantastic, Easy to install
    The flooring really looks fantastic. The silvery sheen and glint from the sunlight reflections do a good job looking like real stone. We installed it onto a cleaned, prepped concrete floor in the basement. It's been the fastest floor I've ever installed. We didn't use spacers, but wil just use grey caulking to lock up some joints that are over 1/16" to ensure dust doesn't get underneath and start peeling up. We used a utility knife to score and snap the tile, but I've found we get an extremely ... read more clean and fast cut with the chop saw, not even a plywood blade. I'm extremely pleased with the flooring appearance and overall quality!
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