Creative designs ensure vinyl is trending

Gerflor has developed a stunning new range of LVT products

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There’s no doubt that 2016 has seen a luxury vinyl tile and plank (LVT) resurgence leading to a much higher demand for this most ubiquitous of flooring products. For Gerflor it’s been a journey of discovery, passion and innovation leading to a zealous encounter with the creativity of old and new materials.

All vinyl seems to be trending this year and it now appears to be the ‘big dog on the block’. Original, well thought-out vinyl designs are on a march, becoming one of the most popular and sought-after floors on the market, and this is in large part due to the newest luxury vinyl designs. It’s a situation perfectly suited to Gerflor’s spectacular new Creation 55 range.

Gerflor’s Creation LVT collection produces some stunningly attractive new colours, designs, effects and formats. The Creation range provides cutting-edge design-led, sustainable solutions for most contract and residential applications. Creation 55 is a perfect match for moderate traffic areas in commercial environments including offices, hospitalities, restaurants, reception areas, boutiques and also housing. It has a 0.55mm wear layer and is now available in 61 designs with seven different sizes in tiles and planks as a Dry Back (glued), Interlocking system (CLIC) or the looselay X’Press installation systems. 

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For more information and technical support visit www.gerflor.co.uk.

 

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