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Forbo steps up with Allura LVT refresh

The luxury vinyl tile range features designs that mimic reclaimed gym floors, marble and terrazzo - bold circular inlays are an added option

In association with
Boxing clever: Allura luxury vinyl tiles in Light Vintage Gymfloor and Nero Concrete.
Boxing clever: Allura luxury vinyl tiles in Light Vintage Gymfloor and Nero Concrete.

With more than 120 contemporary designs, Forbo Flooring Systems’ refreshed Allura luxury vinyl tile collection enables designers to create inspirational floor spaces and better indoor environments, no matter what the project requirements and budget.

The collection's natural colour variations and in-register embossing structures help emphasise texture, creating realistic wood and stone effect designs. Reflecting current trends across all sectors, the Allura range also includes bold and daring wooden planks with colourful, digitally printed strips for a reclaimed gym floor look, as well as a wide selection of abstract, marble and terrazzo designs. Specifiers can also create bespoke and individual floors with a new on-trend circle shape that can be inlaid within the square tile format.

The new Allura collection aims to push the boundaries of design and manufacture and is developed by an in-house team of passionate creators and produced in Europe by Forbo.

  • Spot on: Allura luxury vinyl tiles in Iron Cement, Pink Coral Circle, White Marble Circle and Pink Terrazzo Circle.
    Spot on: Allura luxury vinyl tiles in Iron Cement, Pink Coral Circle, White Marble Circle and Pink Terrazzo Circle.
  • Mixed media: Allura luxury vinyl tiles in Burned Oak and Smoke Cement.
    Mixed media: Allura luxury vinyl tiles in Burned Oak and Smoke Cement.
  • The wonder of wood: Forbo Allura Decibel luxury vinyl tiles in Rustic Harvest Oak.
    The wonder of wood: Forbo Allura Decibel luxury vinyl tiles in Rustic Harvest Oak.
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For more information and technical support, visit forbo-flooring.co.uk/allura

 

Contact:

01773 744121

info.flooring.uk@forbo.com


 

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