Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 13
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beth Turned out great
We installed the Red River plank flooring in our new bathroom. I agree with others that the online picture makes it look like it has reds and greens, but it is really just all brown. That was okay with me. I chose it because I didn't want wood, or tile lines to match, so this was pretty much it. It looks fantastic. I think it looks like old brown leather. We were able to do this with just one box since there are no lines to match. My husband did it himself- after doing the kitchen in planks he prefers it to other flooring. He thinks this might scratch easier than the tile-looking type we have in the kitchen. We'll see if we have any trouble.
Having it shipped to our home for a low shipping cost was great!
September 19, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JimmyT Excellent product
Put this in our master bath a few months ago. It was easy to put down and a good value. Great for wet areas. Love the look and feel. Only problem I've had is when trying to shine it up with a dusting product, it got very slippery. overall its been great and everyone loves it.
March 18, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by CJC Great product at a great price
This flooring was a beautiful change in my bathrooms. I wish it came in other patterns like the Red River Stone. Most come in wooden plank styles and the stone look is so beautiful. I would consider it for other areas of my home if there were other designs.
January 12, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Cassie Disappointed.
I have installed Allure vinyl plank flooring in three rooms of my house with the textured oak and pine. It is very easy to lay down, cuts well with tin snips, glue strips hold well without gapping. It can be marred, caution with furniture legs. Overall I was very pleased. However, I am very disappointed with the Red River. It is not as colorful as I'd expected from the pictures; there were odd "scuffed" patterns in some plank surfaces apparently from manufacturing; it spots very easily even with plain water and I can't get them out; I did apply the Allure sealer, but it didn't help much. I might try a textured Allure plank floor again in a low traffic area, but I won't buy any more smooth surface patterns.
March 18, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Brian Not the best color scheme for a large area with moderate traffic
The floor is easy to install and has an appealing appearance when first installed, unfortunately it scuffs easily and appears warn with moderate traffic. It is durable and our dogs have not made any permanent impressions with their nails, but like any vinyl I suspect a sharp object will do it's damage so we are careful.
February 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Allyson Great Stuff
These planks are so easy to install, they look great and are super affordable. I installed Allure in a small bathroom first because it seemed too good to be true, especially for the price, but after several months of bath time splashing and toileting mishaps by two preschool boys I was sold. It is so easy to clean, dries quickly and is definitly water proof. We installed "Red River" in our kitchen over two months ago and I love it. It is a bit darker than I expected but I am pleased with the color. It hides dirt and it is easy to clean. I highly recommend.
October 31, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by kromepl8td Great product
This is a great alternative to tile in our entryway. Lays down quick and easy, all you really need is a square and a utility knife. I really recommend dry laying after you do your first row, that way you can cut the end-of-the-row pieces first (the ones not needing the up-facing adhesive), and use the left over as your starting stagger pieces (with the up-facing adhesive). Will be using it in the kitchen and garage entry as well.
July 20, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by jwms69 Looks great and easy to install.
Ordered wrong color, now have correct color and it was easy to install and looks and feels great. The young man that helped me install is bring his Mother over to see it as he was so impressed. Had previously installed an oak grain version of this product upstairs in an area with odd angles. It cuts easy and looks like real wood until you step on it and it is softer than wood.
April 30, 2013