Bevel Line tiles have the edge

Bevel Line in Light Oak

We know Polyflor customers want flooring in their home to have the durability of vinyl with the realism of wood, so we created our Bevel Line PUR to replicate the appearance and feel of traditional floorboards and stone tiles.

These luxury vinyl tiles feature a bevelled edge which creates a v-shaped groove in between each plank when installed. This subtly accentuates each individual plank and tile to give that desired authentic look.

Kitchen with Bevel Line in Portland Stone

These bevelled designs come in 20 different shade options in popular wood and stone designs such as Light Oak and Portland Stone featured here. The variety of tones in the collection means that there will be an option to complement any modern or traditional style and colour scheme in the home. Click here to see the full range.

Light Oak - Bevel LinePortland Stone Bevel Line

Like Polyflor’s other flooring collections, Bevel Line has a PUR polyurethane coating which means that the floor is extremely easy to maintain with no polish required, which we’re sure is music to any homeowner’s ears.

These robust tiles with extra definition are suitable for use in commercial areas like shops and offices, so are hardwearing enough to last in the busiest areas of your home such as hallways and corridors.

Bevel Line installation job

Product samples, shadecards and copies of the brochure can be requested free of charge on our website or alternatively on the dedicated Polyflor Samples Hotline 0161 767 2551.

If you have any queries about Bevel Line or any other of the Polyflor At Home range please get in touch via social media, or email the Polyflor Marketing team at

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