Relaunch of Polyflor’s Classic Mystique

  • 23 Oct 2017

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Polyflor, the UK’s commercial vinyl flooring specialist, has relaunched the popular Classic Mystique collection.

The PUR homogeneous range now features 24 colours, which includes more contemporary colours, with 11 new shades in a mix of warmer, brighter and more natural tones.

The Classic Mystique is available in both 2mm sheet and tile format, featuring a palette of shades that work well together and can be used independently, or in bespoke waterjet designs.

Featuring marbleised tonal highlight chips, subtle secondary flecks blend with the main floor surface colour allow for the product to be made within a dementia-led environment, in keeping Polyflor’s Design Principles for dementia-friendly flooring.

Ideal for busy healthcare, education and a wide variety of commercial environments, Classic Mystique has evolved throughout time, with numerous relaunches and colour updates.

This does not come with a dip in standards however, with quality and performance consistently remaining a fundamental aspect of the product’s profile.

Classic Mystique contains 25% recycled material and via the Recofloor scheme, it is 100% recyclable, with all Polyflor homogeneous collections recently achieving the highest possible ‘Excellent’ rating for BES 6001 certification.

Samples can be ordered free of charge on the Polyflor website or by calling the Polyflor Samples Direct Hotline on 0161 767 2551.


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