The UK has become the second major European market to be flooded with vinyl floor covers following the US.
The US has been importing many of the products and the UK is not far behind.
The new flooring comes from UK-based company Woodland.
Its product range includes mahoganys, wood and wood-grain floors, as well as wood and vinyl floorcovering.
It’s been used by more than 10 million people worldwide and it’s a staple of European furniture, but its popularity is starting to wane.
It was introduced in the UK in 2012 and since then its popularity has fallen.
A survey conducted in December 2017 by UK furniture retailer Ikea showed that the floorcover industry in the country had dropped by more to 4.3% in 2017 from 10.7% in 2016.
The fall has been attributed to a number of factors, including the global economic downturn and a drop in demand from other European countries.
According to Woodland, its floorcover business has now dropped by 1.5% in the past year.
Its European customer base is dwindling, but the company expects that number to increase by about 5% to 7% over the next year.
The UK is the second market to see the demise of the vinyl floor cover.
The German furniture retailer Behrmann also decided to stop selling vinyl floorplates, and replaced them with a single-piece fabric cover, which can be cut in half and then glued onto a wall or floor.
Behrman had previously offered the vinyl option but was unable to find the demand for it that the US did.
As a result, Behrmans business is down from £3.5bn to £2.4bn in one year, and it is currently working on a new product.
However, the UK’s vinyl floor is not going to disappear anytime soon.
The European Union has agreed to allow the import of a new set of floorcoverings to replace the current range.
The first batch of floorplans are due to be launched in the spring of 2019.