Being one of the leading producers of vinyl floors, Beauflor® offers an extensive collection of high-quality cushion vinyl rolls.
Guided by trends and the latest technological improvements, we strive to inspire and delight our customers. Discover our vinyl floors with a natural stone or wood look for your living room, bedroom, hallways, bathroom, kitchen or home office. Beauflor® has a gorgeous vinyl floor solution for every space.
In our pursuit of improving product quality, we’ve been awarded with a CSTB stamp of approval for certain product qualities. You can now benefit from easy maintenance, impressive sound absorption and an extremely long-lasting vinyl floor.
We also strive to reduce our impact on the environment and grow in a sustainable way as a profitable company. That’s why our vinyl floorings are 100% recyclable and REACH conform.
Healthy customer relationships are key in our pursuit of increasing durability of our products and services. That’s why we continuously invest in improving product quality. Our production team in Belgium consists of skilled and passionate people that make your vinyl flooring experience stand out from the competition.
Beauflor® is part of the Beaulieu International Group.
Beaulieu International Group (B.I.G.) is a global specialist in raw chemical materials (polymers), semi-finished engineered products (yarns, fibres, technical textiles and technical sheets) and is a leader in a broad range of floor coverings for the residential and commercial markets (vinyl rolls, vinyl planks, laminate, parquet, carpet, needle felt, artificial grass and mats) as well as upholstery fabrics.
Headquartered in Belgium, B.I.G. employs almost 5,000 people across 29 plants, 20 sales and distribution offices, with a major presence in 17 countries all over Eurasia, the Americas and Oceania. The company achieved a 2019 turnover of €2 billion and is serving customers in 140 countries. True to its roots as a family business, B.I.G. puts sustainability, innovation and care for its employees central.
 REACH is a regulation of the European Union, adopted to improve the protection of human health and the environment from the risks that can be posed by chemicals, while enhancing the competitiveness of the EU chemicals industry.