New flooring can have a transformative effect on a room, converting what was previously humdrum into an exquisitely handsome space. In many cases, it is the anchor on which a room’s look holds fast to and the foil to pattern and colour, but it can also be the elegant main act in a more subtle schemes.
Known for its quality luxury vinyl tile (LVT), Amtico has relaunched a unique range of flooring that features realistic textures and designs to help introduce an organic feel.
Amtico’s refreshed Form collection features 17 new LVT designs bases on the aesthetics of wood and stone in a rich array of colourways and configurations. Unlike the natural materials that this collection is designed to replicate, the flooring can be used in any space as it is water-resistant, extremely durable and doesn’t require regular sealing.
Pattern configuration options offer a wide variety of visual choice for the home. The collection’s realistic grain and stone textures are available in a myriad of laying patterns – from standard plank and tile sizes to the classic Parquet, Pavestone, Basket Weave and Hex designs.
Try the subtle Pavestone in a hallway or boot room for a hard-wearing design that is both stylish and easy to clean. Alternatively, Parquet in a bathroom will add instant elegance without the inconvenience of regular treating.
To help you make your choice, Amtico offers a wealth of resources – from an online room visualiser that lets you see the design in your own space to a generous sample service and a downloadable brochure. The entire collection comes with a 30-year warranty so you can breathe new life into you scheme without the worry of having to replace it again anytime soon.
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Words / Ginevra Benedetti
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