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PRODUCT PROFILE


Kährs has introduced a new collection of wood floors to its Linnea Living Collection crafted in Sweden from sustainable oak, walnut or cherry. All designs feature a lightweight, high performance construction that is both easy to handle and eco-friendly. The collection also benefits from a durable satin or matt lacquer prefinish, with many designs featuring micro-bevelled edges, as well as stained and brushed surface treatments. Tel: +44 (0)23 9245 3045 www.kahrs.co.uk


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Wool Classics has announced its appointment as the exclusive UK distributor for Wise Floor’s collection of woven vinyl floorcoverings. The new venture is an exciting addition to the Wool Classics product portfolio, offering clients a wide choice of smart textures and colourways. Highly durable, Wise Floor is suitable for both internal and external uses and is colour and light fast with antibacterial and anti slip properties. Tel: +44 (0)20 8855 7954 www.woolclassics.com


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Dutch carpet manufacturer Desso has supplied Axminster to Hilton The Hague featuring designs inspired local heritage and culture. Working with Barzileye Concept & Design, carpets for the corridors were created from aerial footage of the city’s rural surroundings, while designs in the hotel’s ballroom were taken from a pixelated section of the Panorama Mesdag, one of the most iconic paintings in The Netherlands. Email: hospitality@desso.com www.desso.com


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DESSO HILTON THE HAGUE


WOOL CLASSICS WISE FLOOR


KÄHRS LINNEA LIVING COLLECTION


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Lano Flooring Solutions has supplied bespoke Axminster carpets for guestrooms and corridors of The Majestic Hotel, Harrogate, which has undergone extensive refurbishment. Working with Charles Leon Associates, designs were based on traditional Persian rugs and animal motifs with a contemporary twist through use of colour. Tel: +44 (0)800 5266 5266 www.lano.com


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THE RUG COMPANY GILES DEACON


The Rug Company has collaborated with British fashion designer Giles Deacon to create a new collection of hand-made rugs. Known for his bold prints and sophisticated, pop culture references, Deacon opted for an unusual metal design theme for his first venture into interiors. The ‘Sentinel’ rug features a geometric wire- fencing motif repeated across the surface and is highlighted in lustrous silk. Tel: +44 (0)20 7229 5148 www.therugcompanylondon.com


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