Harvey Maria - vinyl and LVT
HARVEY Maria’s range of British, design-led LVTs includes eight collections, for commercial and residential specification.
Not only ‘different by design’, the range is said to offer a raft of performance benefits, including tough commercial-grade PU slip-resistant finishes for high traffic environments. Bespoke floors are also offered, with high-profile commissions including MasterCard and Belfast’s Titanic Museum.
Alongside its ‘striking’ patterned collections – including designs by Neisha Crosland, Dee Hardwicke and Cath Kidston – Harvey Maria has also reportedly expanded into the premium-end of the volume wood market with its new Master Craftsman Series.
The new range of registered emboss designs combine what is described as an ultra-realistic wood grain pattern with a matching textured top surface, creating three-dimensional depth and unrivalled authenticity.
Also known as ‘the MSeries’, the collection includes four distinct collections of oak and wood plank designs, available for next-day delivery from UK stock.
Other recent introductions include Organics – a series of abstract stone and complementary feature tiles. Four stone tiles – Natural, Portland, Jurassic and Cambrian – are offered alongside eight matching two-tone tiles with a square-in-a-square design.
The abstract tiles can be used to create feature areas and borders or laid continuously for a geometric effect.
Harvey Maria floors are claimed by the company to provide a tough, waterproof and slip-resistant finish. They can reportedly be installed in all settings, over a plywood or screeded subfloor, and are also suitable for installation with underfloor heating.