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Karndean Designflooring presents new designs inspired by the natural world

KARNDEAN Designflooring is introducing its biggest collection update yet with new designs inspired by moments of nature sourced throughout the world.

The updated Van Gogh collection features new designs in additional format and tile size choices, including on-trend herringbone and chevron. Having taken its Van Gogh range into dual format (glue-down and rigid core) territory in 2020, Karndean flooring is expanding the collection with 24 new designs, including its first stone designs, as well as bringing further format and size choices to several existing designs.

Inspired by the beauty of the natural world and materials sourced from around the world, Karndean’s refreshed range ‘offers unrivalled versatility to create bespoke interiors that ooze elegance while also supporting health and wellbeing and contributing to a sustainable built environment’.

Says the company: ‘Presenting a wide selection of contemporary wood and stone styles and colourways, from cool greys and calm neutrals to warm tones, the collection is expected to find favour in various settings, from residential and community living to commercial spaces such as workplaces, higher education, retail and hospitality.’

Fleur Carson, commercial sales director at Karndean Designflooring, said: ‘Van Gogh has long been our most popular range in co-living developments, and it’s continued to see significant growth in commercial applications. We see design as an endless journey so we’re always striving to improve our offering to meet the latest requirements of the interior design world and the evolving sustainability demands of our built environment.

‘Now celebrating our 50th year in the industry, Karndean is trusted as a manufacturer of authentic flooring designs that meet both aesthetic and technical specifications of any project. Known for never resting on our laurels, this launch expands our Van Gogh range to a total of 70 wood and stone designs in a convenient choice of sizes and formats. This unsurpassed versatility offers specifiers a whole different level of creative freedom, from the ability to take the same design over different subfloor conditions to incorporating imaginative patterns and colour combinations.’

The Van Gogh range is introducing nine wood designs, including four characterful Highland Oaks, two rustic Farmhouse Oaks and two warm American Cedars.

Adds the company: ‘Designers looking to conceive distinctive and playful interiors will also welcome the introduction of a chevron plank to three Brushed Oak colourways. The 28inx7in chevron plank broadens the opportunities to incorporate different laying patterns for visual interest and a sense of movement.

‘Incorporating stone designs into the Van Gogh range for the first time has elevated its design potential, generating endless scope for bespoke flooring using a combination of wood and stone designs. Inspired by stones sourced from across Europe, 15 striking new designs feature the beauty and elegance of marble, slate and terracotta. The large tile size of these designs, including a new 18inx36in tile, serves to accentuate and enhance the natural textures and variation found in the original samples.’

Karndean continues: ‘Whether opting for a rigid core format over uneven or drying subfloors, or creating one-off designs with glue-down, specifiers will appreciate how this comprehensive Van Gogh range inspires and enables unique yet cohesive interiors with the durability to stand the test of time.
‘Offering enhanced acoustic benefits and easy to install with a click-locking mechanism, Karndean’s rigid core designs come with a colour matched scotia for a seamless finish. The Van Gogh range comes with an environmental product declaration and the reassurance of a 15-year guarantee for commercial settings and a lifetime guarantee for residential settings.’

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