Wood Look Flooring - Tiles, Planks, Rolls & Mats

Genuine wood flooring is beautiful, aesthetically pleasing, and elegant. It also comes with many downsides. If you’re looking for the look of genuine wood without the cost, maintenance, and other issues, then it might be time to consider fake wood flooring.

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L.E. Phillips Senior Center - Aerobic Flooring - Eau Claire, WI
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Basement Rec Room Flooring Testimonial - Wood Foam Tiles
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Yoga Flooring at Kismet Yoga and Fitness
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Tournament and Dojang Taekwondo Mats Testimonial: Brookings TKD
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Karate Mats and Yoga Floor: USA Karate and Platinum Yoga Testimonial
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Aerobic Flooring for Dance Fitness: Jazzercise Cherry Hill Testimonial

Wood Look Flooring How To's

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Where Do You Find Tiles That Look Like Wood?
Where Do You Find Tiles That Look Like Wood?

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What Material Makes The Best Faux Wood Boat Flooring?
What Material Makes The Best Faux Wood Boat Flooring?
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The Best Distressed Wood Flooring Options
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Trending Modern Wood Flooring Styles
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The Best Faux Redwood Flooring And Mats
The Best Faux Redwood Flooring And Mats
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The Different Types Of Rigid Core Flooring
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The Best Vinyl Flooring That Looks Like Wood
The Best Vinyl Flooring That Looks Like Wood
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The Difference Between SPC, Engineered And Solid Wood Floor
The Difference Between SPC, Engineered And Solid Wood Floor
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What Is The Difference Between A Rubber Floor And A Wood Floor?
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What Is The Difference Between SPC, LVP and EVP Flooring?
What Is The Difference Between SPC, LVP and EVP Flooring?
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What Is Fake Wood Flooring Made Of?
What Is Fake Wood Flooring Made Of?

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Is Laminate Flooring Good for Dogs and Other Pets?
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Rubbery Floor Tiles that Look Like Wood - Comfort Tile Plus
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Looking for Rubber Floor Tiles that Look Like Wood? It may be foam.
Looking for Rubber Floor Tiles that Look Like Wood? It may be foam.

Fake Wood Flooring - Vinyl and Foam Tiles, Planks & Rolls

Benefits of Fake Wood Flooring

Faux wood flooring is a highly popular synthetic alternative to the real thing. Often designed as a laminate or vinyl tile or plank, this fake wood flooring offers many benefits when compared with the downsides of real wood.

Those benefits faux wood flooring may include:
  • increased durability
  • increased scratch resistance
  • easier maintenance
  • easier cleaning
  • cheaper replacement
  • no refinishing
  • easier diy installation
  • same aesthetic appeal as genuine wood
  • easy removal
  • more versatility


Rolls can be more difficult to repair or replace than modular flooring options. This makes it easy to keep your flooring looking its best, while also saving you money and hassle.

How much does faux wood flooring cost?

The costs to install faux wood products are also much more affordable than what you’d pay for a real hardwood installation. Many of our faux wood products are designed for an easy DIY installation, saving you money over the cost of hiring a professional installer.

How to install wood look flooring

Our faux wood tiles are particularly easy to install, and they’re designed to be modular so you can remove and relocate them in the future if you’d like. They require no underlayment or adhesive, so they’re portable, easy to store, and can be used in many ways.

Because these products are so easily removed, they’re an ideal choice when you know you need a temporary solution. A temporary remodel where you plan to repurpose the space in a few years is one example of this. By laying some of these products on top of existing flooring, like laying foam tiles over concrete, you can make a space into a multipurpose area so it serves your needs at any one time.

They can often be safely exposed to the elements like UV rays and water. Some vinyl tiles are ideal for installation in basements, where moisture and leaks may be an issue.

Potential Uses for Fake Wood Flooring

Fake wood flooring offers a distinctive look, and it’s much more versatile than genuine wood flooring. You can use fake wood flooring in a wide variety of ways.

Faux wood flooring is an ideal option for situations where real wood won’t work, such as environments that are exposed to high degrees of traffic or moisture. It’s also a solution when your budget won’t allow for hardwood, but you still want the look of wood.

Consider the many potential uses for faux wood flooring:

  • Home renovations
  • Business and commercial spaces
  • Portable event dance flooring
  • Portable trade show booth flooring
  • Stage flooring
  • Practice floors for dance troupes
  • Anti-fatigue flooring
  • Athletic and court floors
  • Show room floors
  • Trade show floors
  • Aerobic and gym floors
  • Schools and cafeterias
  • Sports and recreational facilities

Finding the Right Fake Wood Flooring for Your Needs

When you’re choosing your fake wood flooring, you’ll be able to choose from different materials and aesthetics. Many of our products feature highly realistic finishes that resemble some of the most desirable types of wood, including oak, maple, mahogany, pine, and more.

The material type that you choose affects the flooring’s potential uses. Foam tiles, for example, are ideal for home use, for trade show flooring, and other situations where a forgiving surface is desirable. Vinyl planks are much more durable and firm, resembling hardwood, and can be used in homes in place of hardwood. We also offer many vinyl floor tiles that are highly versatile and suitable for portable dance floors and more.

In addition to the flooring’s looks, you’ll need to decide which style of flooring is right for your project. Our faux wood flooring is available in rolls, tiles, planks, and mats. Each option offers different advantages when it comes to installation and versatility.

There are many advantages to using fake wood flooring, whether you’re remodeling your home or are working in a commercial space, like a gym or event venue. At Greatmats, we’re proud to offer a wide assortment of fake wood flooring products, each with a highly realistic look. Please contact our Greatmats customer service team with any questions. We’re happy to provide you with shipping quotes, answer any questions you might have, and help you determine which product is best for your needs.