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Vinyl flooring from Polyflor’s Classic Mystique PUR and Expona Design ranges was recently used to create a fresh, modern office environment for international technology company Analog Devices in Co. Limerick, Republic of Ireland.


Polyflor flooring supplied by Provincial Floorcoverings Ltd was installed at the Analog Devices’ regional headquarters by flooring contractor Southern Mosaics of Ennis, County. Clare as part of a multi-million Euro project.


Around 500m² of Classic Mystique PUR sheet vinyl flooring in two complementary grey shades, Silver Mist 1430 and Nocturne 1380, was installed within the office canteen to provide a neutral base for the bright furniture and food serving stations. Available in 16 colours, this hardwearing, non- directional, homogeneous floorcovering was used throughout the canteen’s seating and serving areas, the two colours creating different zones and pathways. 500m² of Harmony fx sheet vinyl flooring was also installed in the stairwells.


For tea and coffee stations around the office, 300m² of Expona Design PUR luxury vinyl tiles were used. The linear, silver toned Light Contour 7214 design was chosen to complement the surrounding grey carpet tiles. The Expona Design LVT collection features 28 eye-catching wood, stone and abstract design options for use in heavy commercial environments such as offices.


Both the Classic Mystique and Expona Design ranges are enhanced with PUR, Polyflor’s exclusive and robust polyurethane reinforcement which is cross linked and UV cured to provide superior cleaning benefits in these areas where food and drink spillages may occur.


www.polyflor.com MARVEL IN THE MATRIX


From the hypnotic and the geometric to the feathery and organic, the brand new Matrix collection by Wilton Carpets Commercial redefines stock narrowloom carpet for pubs and bars.


Layered, refracted and distressed effects join reinventions of traditional damask and a shimmering tile to make Matrix a wonderfully diverse and completely in-tune collection. A palette of contemporary black, setting off metallic, lime and jade, provides the perfect synergy with the rich, saturated hues of fabrics and furnishings sweeping through the pub and bar sector.


With all designs held in stock for immediate delivery, Matrix is the answer for leisure environments looking for sophistication and style off-the-shelf. In a rugged quality woven axminster that brings luxury and durability, Matrix puts beautiful on-trend carpet in the reach of all pubs, bars and restaurants.


“We are really excited about Matrix as we believe it is a collection that raises the bar in stock carpet for pubs, bars and leisure facilities all over the UK,” commented Alan Whittle, sales director, Wilton Carpets Commercial. “Drawing upon the latest leisure interior trends, a library of traditional and contemporary pattern work and their


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exquisite creativity and attention to detail, our design team excelled themselves.”


In a blend of 80% pure new wool and 20% nylon and a seven-row construction that will deliver sterling performance, Matrix is designed and made in Britain at Wilton’s factory in Wiltshire. In a 0.91m (3’) width that’s ideal for the often- complex layouts of leisure buildings. This collection features 10 designs, all in colourways designed to work within classic and contemporary environments alike.


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