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Marlings launches four floor collections

MARLINGS has launched three carpet tile collections – Contour, Structure and Form – and Loom, a complementary range of woven vinyl tiles.

Reportedly suitable for heavy contract settings, from offices to classrooms, the designs bring 42 new design options to Marlings’ range. All carpet tiles are said to be UK manufactured and finishes ‘combine quality and design at an attractive price point’.

Says the company: ‘Each of the new carpet tiles is a multilevel loop pile, defined by a distinct pattern. Contour has an organic concrete feel, inspired by the natural movement of rock formations.

‘Structure is a linear design comprising fine pinstripes, whilst Form is a geometric pattern which creates a layered effect. Each of the new designs is offered in the same colour palette of ten shades. They include three grey designs – Tungston, Titanium and Concrete, and three blue mixes – Marble, Lapis and Shard.

‘Pine and Mercury introduce red and green accents, whilst the two darkest designs, Basalt and Timber, combine grey, tan and ebony tones.’

Contour, Structure and Form are reportedly made from 100% solution dyed nylon and each tile measures 50cmx50cm. The new tiles can be laid in five different formats – Monolithic, Quarter Turn, Vertical Ashlar, Brick Ashlar and Multidirectional. Each design is said to have a Class 33 Heavy Commercial wear-rating, BREEAM Rating A/A (pending) and is castor chair rated.

Says Marlings: ‘New Loom is offered in 12 colourways, from monochrome to vibrant lime, in ‘Accent’ weave and ‘Knit’ designs. The woven vinyl tiles feature an Ecoprotec anti-scratch and anti-bacterial ceramic PU coating. Other benefits include exceptional dimensional stability, consistent thickness and fray-proof, clean cut finishing.’

The new designs are part of Marlings’ range of UK-manufactured floor finishes and TREADS stair-nosings, offered from its site at Stanley Mills in Stonehouse – a place of textile manufacture since 1812.
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