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    May, 2019

    CDW gave Duraflor the perfect platform to highlight some of the company’s stunning new carpet tile ranges and the reaction was fantastic.

    The Natural Terrain Collection really caught everyone’s eye. There are 3 carpet tile ranges in total, and as the name suggests, each tile is as distinct as the landscape it is depicting. The pattern variety is exceptional and the quality unquestionable.

    Escarpment has a strong element of light and shade. Tundra has a complex variety of tones, that could so easily be found in nature, and Plateau is a more subtle luxury carpet, akin to a flatter landscape yet that still has so much great character. As all 3 ranges use the same colour bank, it is possible to use them together as part of a building plan, transitioning designs from room to room yet keeping an element of harmony.

    Making its debut during CDW, another carpet tile range that is also ‘at one’ with current trends is Cubism. Looking at the range on the floor, you see subtle blocks and tonal changes in colour – creating a more modern twist on a design that takes its lead from past masterpieces. What is more made with Econyl yarn, means it meets some of the more demanding sustainability credentials a modern office project might demand.

    We were delighted by the reaction to Progression Plank, which is also on the floor at our Gee Street showroom. Progression has been a long standing favourite for us, and last year it increased in popularity, when we offered it in hexagon shaped tiles. Hexxtile continues to grow and we believe the demand for Progression Plank will more than match that success.

    And lastly May 2019, sees us launch Magnitude, with our deep understanding of the commercial flooring market, we know that this linear design will be a real winner as it has great depth and tone and offers an affordable solution to a project that demands a quality specification.





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