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Provenza Vinyl Flooring Review

This is a sponsored post for Provenza Floors.  All opinions are my own.

Thank you for your help choosing the best vinyl plank flooring for our house.  After lots and lots (and lots) of thought, we decided to warm up the house a bit with Provenza MaxCore Waterproof LVP in the color Finally Mine.  It’s finally installed and I’m SO excited to show it to you.  It has made such a huge difference in our house, and I hope you enjoy this Provenza vinyl flooring review.  To see a video of what the house looks like, check out my post on How to Clean Vinyl Plank Flooring. No more patchy floors and weird transitions!  To give you a little reminder, this is what my entryway looked like before.  You were greeted with a big, ugly carpet stair landing as soon as you walked in the front door.

A little paint and new vinyl flooring made such a big impact.  My photos don’t even do the flooring justice, it’s so beautiful!  When the contractor helpers showed up, one of them remarked, “Oh, I didn’t know we were installing hardwood today.”  He was shocked to find out it was vinyl, and kept talking about what good quality it was.

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We went back and forth on what to do with that bottom step and landing.  To save on costs (and to save my children from hurting themselves on the stairs), we knew we wanted carpet for the majority of the steps.  I wasn’t sure if it would look funny to have vinyl only on that bottom part, but I love how it turned out.  It looks so much better, and I know it’s going to stay a lot cleaner this way.

Hard Floor Bottom Stair

My contractor suggested angled corners instead of square to keep the kids from getting hurt on sharp corners.  That was definitely a good call.

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Here’s what the dining room, to the left, looked like before.

It looks so much better with a single type of flooring in the space.

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One of the best things about Provenza MaxCore Waterproof LVP is that you can use it in any room.   Since it’s waterproof, I don’t have to worry about it getting ruined in the bathroom.  It’s much easier to install than tile, which also helped cut down on installation costs.  I still need to get a new vanity top in here, but that’s a project for another day.

Provenza Vinyl Plank Flooring in Bathroom

Here’s the hallway that comes in from the garage, by the bathroom.  It used to be tile.

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And here’s what my kitchen looked like before.  Notice the three different floors in one photo.

New paint, flooring and hardware made my kitchen look completely different!

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My kids can spill as much as they want, my dishwasher can spring a leak, and I know that my Provenza MaxCore Waterproof LVP flooring will be just fine!

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And finally, here’s a before and after of the family room. 

My whole house looks so much bigger and brighter with a solid flooring throughout, and I’m so happy with the choice that we made.

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For more information and see a room scene video of Finally Mine, scan the QR code below.  Did you know you don’t have to have an app to scan them anymore?  It’s SO cool!  Just open the camera on your phone and point it at the code.  On some phones/readers, you have to press a button to snap a picture. On others, a link will appear.  Provenza Floors will be rolling out QR Codes for all their floor collections in 2020.

Click here to take a look at at all of all of the beautiful flooring options that Provenza Floors has to offer, and check them out on Houzz to see some beautiful photos and flooring inspiration outside of this Provenza vinyl flooring review.


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Thursday 18th of March 2021

Hey there! I am OBSESSED with the color of this flooring, but can not afford to spend $4-5 per square foot. I am trying to find something similar to this color, but am struggling. Do you know of any other flooring that may be similar in color/style but a little cheaper? I know that's off the wall, just thought I would ask! I am so nervous to commit to flooring because they all look so different in person than they do in the small samples or pictures. But I love the samples and pictures of your flooring!

Jessica @ Cutesy Crafts

Thursday 8th of April 2021

I don't know any similar ones. You can always order one box of a flooring and return it (depending on the return policy) before you commit to ordering all of it.

Sandra Price

Wednesday 17th of March 2021

Your floors are stunning, love the color. I can’t believe this is vinyl and not wood. I think your blog convinced me to do the Provenza vinyl.

Jessica @ Cutesy Crafts

Thursday 8th of April 2021

Thanks! I really love it!


Tuesday 23rd of February 2021

Hi, It looks like you have a fireplace in your family room, did you remove the floor tile in front of it and run your LVP up to the fireplace? Trying to decide if that would be safe with a vented gas fireplace. Thanks!

Jessica @ Cutesy Crafts

Tuesday 2nd of March 2021

Yes, we took out the stone hearth and the LVP goes right up to it. This can only be done with a gas fireplace. I recommend looking up the manual for your specific fireplace and see if there are specifications for having a hearth a certain distance out.

Sydney Haskell

Monday 15th of February 2021

I am in the research part of a flooring remodel of our home. I have questions about how you leveled your floors. We have a lot of porcelain tile in kitchen, dining room area of great room, then carpeting in the living room area and then back to tile in foyer area. This is one contiguous flooring area with as much as a little over 3/4 inch difference between carpeted areas and tiled areas. Our tile runs under our cabinetry. This is keeping me awake at night. We will use professional installation. I am going to research your beautiful flooring product for possible use on our floors.


Thursday 4th of February 2021

Hi there, your floors look amazing and I apologize if this was already asked, but did they lay the vinyl flooring over top of your existing tile and wood floor or did they pull up all that floor before they laid it? Thanks!

Jessica @ Cutesy Crafts

Tuesday 9th of February 2021

I had it pulled up before putting down the new flooring. If it were all one flooring (like tile) I might have been able to lay it over the existing. I decided to start with a clean slate with all the different levels of wood, carpet and tile.

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