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Van Gogh inspires new flooring range

Paintings by Van Gogh and nature are two references that have been incorporated in a new flocked floor covering range by Forbo.

The Flotex Design collection includes designs based on the paintings of Dutch artists Vincent Van Gogh. Other floor coverings resemble the flocked patterns of natural quartz and onyx stone.

The floor coverings have 70 million nylon fibres per square metre. The patterns are printed using state-of-the-art digital printing equipment. Other options in the Forbo range include wood prints that create the appearance of natural wooden floors.

The floor coverings are slip resistant and have noise dampening properties. They are suitable for use by people who suffer from allergies as the fibres trap substances that could affect allergy sufferers. They are designed to be used in commercial settings, offices, retail, leisure and education spaces. The floors combine the appeal of textile flooring with the practical advantages of vinyl and other solid floor coverings.

There are many floor covering manufacturers producing ranges inspired by nature, including vinyl tiles that look like natural stone and laminates that mimic solid wood flooring. For commercial use, they are long lasting, easy to install and maintain. Alternately, real solid wood floor or use natural stone tiles can be installed, but these may be more expensive.

If you are considering replacing solid flooring in your Cheshire workplace, a nature inspired look is a good choice and there are many patterns available. If you want a floor covering to reflect an old master artist’s painting, your choices may be limited.

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