Desso brings the outside in with Harvest carpet tile

Inspired by windswept wheat fields and rustic wood, Tarkett's latest Desso flooring range uses a two-tone yarn effect to bring a fresh new feel to the workplace

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Walking on air: Tarkett's Desso Harvest carpet tile is available in a choice of 12 shades.
Walking on air: Tarkett's Desso Harvest carpet tile is available in a choice of 12 shades.

Tarkett has unveiled its latest Desso carpet tile collection - Harvest - which uses light and shade to inject texture and quiet movement into workplace design, capturing the beautiful irregularities seen in nature.

Taking inspiration from windswept wheat fields and rustic wood, Tarkett’s latest collection has harnessed a two-tone yarn effect to mimic the beauty of the great outdoors in a dynamic carpet tile design.

Each tile in the Desso Harvest range differs slightly to the next. The collection includes nine neutral grey and beige tones as well as three organic accent colours (12 options in total). The result is a subtle colour palette that offers depth and an array of striking configurations.

The 50x50cm structured loop-pile carpet tile can be used on its own in a single colour or in two or more colourways for impact or to ‘zone’ a space. Alternatively, Desso Harvest can be combined with other plain tiles in complementary colours from the Desso collection to intersperse the flow in intriguing ways.

  • Each Desso Harvest carpet tile differs slightly from the next, reflecting the shifting patterns in nature.
    Each Desso Harvest carpet tile differs slightly from the next, reflecting the shifting patterns in nature.
  • Harvest carpet tiles can be used in a single colour to zone a space or in a mix of options to mark transitions.
    Harvest carpet tiles can be used in a single colour to zone a space or in a mix of options to mark transitions.
  • Desso Harvest is offered in three organic accent colours and nine neutral grey and beige tones.
    Desso Harvest is offered in three organic accent colours and nine neutral grey and beige tones.
  • Shifting shades: A change in flooring colour helps distinguish meeting room from breakout space, while use of a single design maintains a cohesive look.
    Shifting shades: A change in flooring colour helps distinguish meeting room from breakout space, while use of a single design maintains a cohesive look.
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