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Wood Pieces

Wood

Wood is one of the longest established and most familiar flooring materials. Traditional parquets and inlays originated more than three centuries ago. But in recent years, advances in technology in processing and coloration have enabled innovative wood producers to push the boundaries of size, shape and finish.

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Hard Flooring

Traditional hard flooring types - stone, ceramic and porcelain - have an enduring appeal and are very well-suited to busy commercial environments but they have their shortcomings too. Design flexibility is limited, installation is laborious and costly and, in many cases, hard floors are ripped up or covered up long before they wear out. This has encouraged innovative producers to create new hard flooring concepts to address these issues.

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Cork

We are big fans of cork and strongly advocate its use in flooring. It would be hard to imagine a material with better environmental credentials and the inherent characteristics of cork mean that it’s sound-absorbing, warm underfoot and comfortable to live with. There’s a new generation of flooring materials that deliver the benefits of cork with great-looking designs.

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Carpet and Textiles

Carpets have been around a long time and the basic manufacturing processes haven’t changed much over time. In recent years, however, a new generation of specialist producers has developed new ways of working. By researching, investing in and developing new, more sustainable and differentiated materials and processes, they are leading a reinvention of the carpet category

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