While most associated with wood, many also use planks to mimic stone, such as marble, travertine, slate, limestone, or quartz. The larger format, fewer seams gives it a more natural, continuous look.
The trend this year is also for bigger and bigger tiles (some as large as 48 X 48), so this is an answer to that as well.
While this vinyl has a click and lock technique that's similar to the tongue and groove of hardwood, those floors also need to be nailed or glued.
This is a floating floor, which means you click the pieces together to form a mat and then it's placed it over an existing sub-floor. No extra attachment is needed.
This flooring is durable, with a top clear plastic wear sheet that protects the floor from scratches, scuffs, and spills. It's also easy to clean.