Creating that perfect bathroom is so much more than picking what colour bath to have. Everything form the tap fittings, mirrors and lighting to floor and wall coverings must come together to provide a stunning finish in one of the most important rooms in the home.
Traditional finishes remain popular. The look of Yorkstone, Slate and Limestone is always a good choice when it comes to floors and walls. Splashes of colour are cropping up too in everything from bathroom furniture and accessories to the actual sanitaryware itself. The bottom line is there is no shortage of ultra modern design finishes or more classic and conservative materials to create your dream bathroom.
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We all desire it. That perfect home you see in the glossy homes and interiors magazines with the luxurious finishes. But high end finishes will come at a cost and when it comes to the flooring, if you think natural wood and stone products are what is required to transform your home, you better be willing to pay for them.
Many people, some with limited budgets and some without, are turning to Luxury Vinyl Tiles and it must be said that with the huge design scope available, there is not much in the way of compromise when it comes to the quality of look that can be achieved.
At Polyflor we re-launched the Camaro Flooring Collection a little while back and the response has been phenomenal. You only have to take a look at the Camaro brochure or the pictures fitters are posting on the Facebook site to see what I mean. The range of wood and stone effect finishes, along with the grouting, feature and marquetry strips available, means you can be just about as creative as you wish. We made this video to showcase some
Camaro Roasted Oak inlaid with Classic Oak Marquetry Strip
of the textures and designs.
We all love great flooring design and while visual impact and competitive prices are high on the wish list, there are more technical issues that do warrant serious consideration. Indoor air quality is becoming more and more important as the construction industry strives to ensure that only building materials that contribute to a safe indoor environment are used.
With that in mind, Polyflor’s collection of Luxury Vinyl Tiles has become even more appealing after all five ranges (Expona Design, Kudos, Bevel Line, Camaro and Colonia) achieved Eurofins’ higher level, “Indoor Air Comfort GOLD – certified product” status. Indoor Air Comfort GOLD combines the most stringent Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) emissions standards of all relevant European regulations and voluntary labels, making it the most comprehensive single VOC accreditation inEurope.
Our flooring gets specified on a daily basis for all types of environments, but as far as interesting projects go, they don’t come much sweeter than this! Wedel is the biggest chocolate brand in Poland and when they needed a floor to fit the luxurious design brief for their chocolate shop in Warsaw, they turned to our Expona range. Sitting in a plush shop like this eating quality chocolate…that’s hard to top!
We’ve just launched our new look Forest fx PUR range features seven attractive new finishes, which include Stained Maple and French Walnut, while retaining the seven most popular designs from our previous collection. We are constantly developing new, quality wood decorations and we wanted to offer customers the best of the original range along with our fresh, exciting new designs.
All the Polyflor benefits you would expect feature in this collection, including excellent maintenance, BRE A+ Global certification, and all products in the range are 100% recyclable.
While Polyflor has established itself as one of the leading vinyl flooring manufacturers in the UK, a great deal of effort has been invested in strengthening our global offering. This effort seems to be paying off! James Halstead, the Manchester-based parent company of Polyflor, has been awarded the Queen’s Award for International Trade. The Awards recognise outstanding achievement by UK businesses in the categories of Innovation, International Trade and Sustainable Development. To date James Halstead flooring has sold products to over 150 countries – not bad going at all.