Polyflor has announced the relaunch of high design luxury vinyl tile collections, Expona Commercial PUR and Expona Simplay PUR.
75 new designs have been added to the Expona Commercial luxury vinyl tile collection and the Expona Simplay range of loose lay luxury vinyl tiles, designed to bring style and robust performance to high traffic commercial interiors in the retail, leisure, office, education and healthcare sectors.
The Expona Commercial range now features 80 wood, stone and abstract effect designs, 55 of which are brand new additions to the collection.
With the new parquet, painted, mosaic, rustic and metallic effects, Expona Commercial LVT can be used to create adventurous interior schemes featuring bold statement flooring designs.
Larger format planks are available in an 8” by 60” size that is unique to the LVT market. A selection of Expona Commercial designs also feature an aligned surface emboss which marries up with the decorative layer for added realism.
40 authentic wood, stone and textile effects are available in an adhesive-free, ready to lay product designed to reduce installation time.
Each plank or tile can be installed, lifted and reinstalled elsewhere without leaving any residue, with the product’s unique, non-skid honeycomb backing layer and thicker 5mm gauge ensuring that the tiles stay in position.
The 20 new designs within the collection include on-trend concrete, marble and vintage wood effects alongside three larger format Mono designs. The whole collections also features bevelled edges.
Tom Rollo, Polyflor’s Marketing Manager commented, “The Expona luxury vinyl tile offer, which also includes the Expona Bevel Line, Expona Design and Expona Control ranges, now features an impressive total of 189 different LVT design options.”
All Expona products are enhanced with Polyflor’s exclusive and robust polyurethane reinforcement, Polyflor PUR, which is cross linked and UV cured to provide superior cleaning benefits and a cost effective maintenance regime.
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