Polyflor has launched its new Polysafe Quattro collection, with the innovative safety flooring range offering a stud-free finish for supreme underfoot comfort.
The UK’s commercial and residential vinyl flooring specialist’s Quattro provides a high degree of slip resistance in particularly wet areas in healthcare, residential care, housing and leisure sectors.
This encompasses areas such as changing rooms, walk-in showers, wet rooms, adapted bathrooms, spas and pool surrounds.
Polysafe Quattro comes in a subtly developed colour palette of 12 shades, featuring warm neutrals, fresh blues and soothing greys; sure to complement any interior design scheme in a commercial or residential setting.
Six shades feature a subtle tonal chip design, whilst the other half dozen are a solid colour with colour complementary aggregate.
Perfect for creating a relaxing ambience, these designs have been specifically developed for use in dementia friendly environments, generating a harmonious feel, both for residential care settings or in a person’s home.
Tom Rollo, Polyflor’s Marketing Manager, commented: “Polysafe Quattro has been designed to enhance both commercial and residential interiors and encourage a sense of wellbeing.
“This range is an exciting addition to our safety flooring portfolio offering an aesthetically pleasing yet practical solution for areas where there is a high slip risk, so users can feel comfortable and safe.”
For a comprehensive brochure, shadecard and presenter for the Polysafe Quattro range, along with sampling, which can be ordered free of charge from the Polyflor website or by phoning the Polyflor Samples Direct Hotline on 0161 767 2551.
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