Vinyl tiles offer creative freedom


Posted on June 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Commercial flooring specialists Polyflor says total creative freedom in flooring design is provided by the new Expona art and design collection of luxury vinyl tiles. Featuring 101 excitingly different styles and colours ­ embracing wood, stone, marble, slate, metallic and abstract effects, with textured and embossed surfaces reproducing the authentic look and feel of the original materials ­ the Polyflor Expona art and design collection has been specially developed to co-ordinate and unite with all the decorative elements of an installation. The company says this ability is further enhanced by a comprehensive and complementary range of classic motifs, decorative borders, inlays and feature strips, with a bespoke design service catering for total originality. The Polyflor Expona art and design collection also features a factory applied polyurethane surface treatment, so that maintenance concerns ­which frequently restrict creativity ­ are said to be removed, with maintenance time and cost significantly re





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