Designed by Polyflor exclusively for residential applications, the new Camaro PUR luxury vinyl tile collection includes 30 hand selected designs made up of 18 wood and 12 stone effects.
The range, pictured above in Sienna Oak, includes bestselling existing shades alongside new additions which reflect modern interior trends – all backed by a 10 year residential guarantee.
The collection features modern concretes, updated slate designs, white, grey and black wood effects, in addition to two unique parquet flooring designs with smaller plank sizes for creating more detailed patterns.
Ideal for residential applications and light commercial interiors, Camaro flooring has a 2.0mm gauge and 0.3mm wear layer and offers a polish-free maintenance regime thanks to Polyflor’s exclusive PUR polyurethane reinforcement, which is cross-linked and UV cured.
The vinyl tiles are 100 percent recyclable, contain recycled content and achieve Indoor Air Comfort Gold certification for low VOC emissions.
The Camaro collection is available to view within a 104 page brochure, a comprehensive sample presenter and shadecards.
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