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FANTASTIC SHAPE AND FORM


Forbo has updated its Allura LVT collection to offer a wealth of design options.


In response to the growing trend for combining shapes, sizes and colours to create contemporary juxtapositions, Forbo Flooring Systems has refreshed its popular luxury vinyl tile (LVT) collection, Allura. Playing with scale, direction and combinations across the range, the result is the introduction of new shapes and sizes to the market, alongside digital print options.


As form plays an ever important part in influencing how interior designs take shape, Forbo’s Allura collection now includes new large scale 180 x 32cm giant oak planks, 1m x 1m tiles, as well as small 50 x 15cm planks. The new XXL plank sizes are designed to help make the illusion of larger and lighter areas in buildings where space is limited, creating more spacious and social interiors and emulating the Scandinavian design trend for a neutral feel and finish. While the smaller planks are often used in smaller areas creatively or used sporadically in the body of more traditional floor design to spark interest.


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Julie Dempster, marketing manager at Forbo said: “Our European LVT factory and team has expanded in size over the last few years bringing to the design process not just new people, but their personal experiences, sources of inspiration and enthusiasm for bringing never before seen designs to floors.


“One great example of this is the Hungarian Point plank, cut on a 45-degree angle to produce realistic herringbone and chevron designs with ease. By using a single colour or a combination of shades, a range of sophisticated floor designs with a delicate vertical pattern can be produced – resulting in traditional patterns but with a fresh, modern aesthetic.”


Part of Forbo’s largest wood offer to date, there are also exciting new contemporary solids which include strong feature colours and more planks than ever before, with in-register embossing to bring designs such as oak and pine to life. Additionally, for a fresh approach to stone, the new marble


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