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Evolution carpet brings pattern to care homes

Danfloor’s specialist carpet collection is transforming the living and circulation areas of care settings

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Danfloor's Forest 173 carpet from the Evolution range at Foxhunters Dormy Care Community, Abergavenny. Unfurling fronds of fern introduce natural motifs to the interior.
Danfloor's Forest 173 carpet from the Evolution range at Foxhunters Dormy Care Community, Abergavenny. Unfurling fronds of fern introduce natural motifs to the interior.

According to The Financial Times, in 2017, 44 per cent of care home residents were fully self-funded, with increasing numbers of residents and families keen to find stylish care settings featuring high-end hotel-style interiors.

While tonal carpet designs will always be required in certain areas of care establishments, many homes are now moving towards interiors featuring patterned carpets and modern twists on traditional designs, such as plaids for reception areas and communal living spaces.

  • Origin 573 Evolution range carpet at MHA Montpellier Manor care home, Stainton, Middlesborough.
    Origin 573 Evolution range carpet at MHA Montpellier Manor care home, Stainton, Middlesborough.
  • Danfloor's Glaze 361 Evolution range carpet at MHA Montpellier Manor.
    Danfloor's Glaze 361 Evolution range carpet at MHA Montpellier Manor.
  • Origin 561 at MHA Montpellier Manor: the tradition and character of plaid in pleasing modern shades.
    Origin 561 at MHA Montpellier Manor: the tradition and character of plaid in pleasing modern shades.
  • Forest 173 Evolution carpet at Country Court Care's Lakeview Lodge care home, Bletchley.
    Forest 173 Evolution carpet at Country Court Care's Lakeview Lodge care home, Bletchley.
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The Evolution carpet collection, produced by care sector flooring manufacturer Danfloor, is made up of six ranges, including Forest, Origin and Glaze shown here, and offers designs from bold statement patterns to subtle linear effects.

Also available is the Equinox collection, a more tonal range of carpets specifically designed for the care sector. Features include hardwearing and soil and stain resistant yarns, an impervious membrane and anti-microbial yarn treatment, all of which assist with cleaning and help improve indoor air quality.

For free samples, more information and technical support, visit: danfloor.co.uk

 

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