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Inspired by nature. Perfected for your environment

The new rubber flooring noraplan® valua combines home comfort and functionality

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Warmth, comfort, naturalness are decisive criteria in interior design over all areas and beyond the private living space. Seen in this context, the trend is turning further towards authentic materials. The new rubber flooring noraplan valua from nora® systems combines two aspects, warm colours and natural surface structure, giving rise to a cosy atmosphere in every room. 

noraplan valua combines the authenticity of the material rubber with an irregularity based on nature. Managing director Guy Stanton comments: 'It is always exciting bringing new products to market, and this is just the start of some inspirational new initiatives from nora. New valua is a step forward for nora to a more natural aesthetic, pleasing the aspirations of our clients and still providing the exceptional durability and walking comfort for which we are renowned. With two levels of design, valua can be utilised in all sectors, capitalising on new desires with increased influence in chosen areas and a more plain design in others.'

Presenting 32 appealing colours – eight with lighter and 24 with heavier marbling – noraplan valua brings the beauty of nature indoors and provides the greatest design potential. The floor covering scores not only in terms of visual appeal, but also the material properties of its permanently resilient rubber. It is safe, extremely robust, yet at the same time ergonomic, exhibits outstanding acoustic properties and can be cleaned with ease. As a quality product 'Made in Germany', noraplan valua fulfils all of the requirements for a long lived and sustainable floor covering.

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For more information and technical support visit: www.nora.com/uk

 

Contact:

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01788 513 160   


 

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