New LVT range creates the right environment

Gerflor’s latest LVT collection offers a wide choice of beautiful designs with easy installation

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The Creation Luxury Vinyl Tile collection from international flooring and interiors specialist Gerflor offers attractive new colours, designs, effects and formats while providing cutting-edge, design-led, sustainable solutions for most contract and residential applications.

Creation 70, for the heaviest footfall, has four new designs available in Dry Back, including two mineral designs, Dock Taupe and Dock Grey, which have proved hugely popular. Two wood designs, Victoria Oak and Wild Oak, also make their first appearance.

Creation 55 is a perfect match for moderate traffic areas in commercial environments including offices, restaurants, hospitality facilities, reception areas, boutiques and housing. It has a 0.55mm wear layer and is available in 61 designs with seven different sizes in tiles and planks. Colour choices range from Vintage Oak to the evocative Spicy Grey Blue. It’s a design and colour palette aimed at delivering eye-catching solutions that are ‘on trend’ and dovetail into any creative-led environment.

The Creation range encapsulates all of Gerflor’s installation systems by embracing the Dry Back (glued), the Interlocking system (CLIC) and the looselay X’Press products. The looselay CLIC System’s unique vertical interlocking format allows it to be laid quickly over most existing surfaces, so there is no need to close premises during refurbishments – perfect for the retail, hotel, hospitality, administration, leisure or domestic sectors.

The Creation range is 100% recyclable, REACH compliant and treated with PUR+ surface treatment, providing excellent cleaning characteristics and improved resistance to scratching. This sophisticated range offers a brand new palette of realistic wood and mineral finishes in tile and plank formats with bevelled edges.

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


 

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