THE COLLECTION: Fleetwood, a warm and inviting LVT, wood’s visual twin.

Internationally acclaimed for her unerring eye and uncanny ability to know what’s next on the design horizon, Stacy Garcia has for years partnered with leading manufacturers to create products for both the hospitality and residential design markets. This is her third collaboration with us.  “I couldn’t be more pleased with our one-of-a-kind Fleetwood collection,” the designer says of this groundbreaking new LVT product. “It was a beautiful collaboration—from start to finish.” Fleetwood is high-tech—and decidedly traditional. It’s designed for stability, comfort underfoot, and ease of installation. Laying the long planks is a no-brainer. And since the distinctive chevron and parquet patterns are built right into the print film, there’s no need for a complicated, time-consuming, or wasteful installation.

A nod to the past—and the future

The first vinyl floor products shook up the design world when they came along in the 1960s. They were durable, easy to install, and simple to maintain. What’s more, they were available in any number of attractive designs, so they quickly became the go-to floor for the American kitchen.

The best things only get better over time, and LVT continues to revolutionize residential and commercial design. TileBar has been a leader in that movement, offering products that mimic the richest materials (we do stone and concrete in addition to dozens of wood looks)—while offering the convenience and affordability of luxury vinyl flooring.

For too long, hardwood was relegated to little-used spaces such as formal living rooms or libraries. Now, because TileBar LVT has changed the way we think about vinyl flooring—and because Fleetwood impersonates wood so well—you can warm up any space, from a traffic-heavy family room to a modern farmhouse kitchen.

Innovation in LVT

Fleetwood marks another step forward in LVT innovation, thanks to Garcia’s ability to impart her deep knowledge of materials and design, while collaborating with our luxury vinyl tile experts. For all its good looks, it’s important to remember that Fleetwood is a game-changer in many environments. It’s waterproof, sound-absorbing, and it resists stains and scratches, making it an outstanding design solution for commercial projects and high-traffic areas in the home.

“I love working with TileBar because they challenged me to create something that wasn’t available in the Luxury Vinyl Tile market,” Garcia says. “We combined TileBar’s expertise in manufacturing an exceptional LVT with my love of classic patterns, textured wood grains, and rich colors.”