Interface Inspired by lightly polished metal, Interface’s new Brushed Lines LVT creates a solid look on the floor in both neutrals and earthy pops of colour.

The collection has a diffused linear texture. It evokes the familiar qualities of hard surfaces, with a light-capturing quality that sparkles on the floor. Its subtle design features solid colours ranging from warm and cool neutrals to pops of earthy, mineral-like tones. Brushed Lines delivers modern refinement inspired by raw and natural motifs.

The collection comes with Sound Choice backing as standard, formulated for superior noise reduction, offering best-in-class performance for reduced impact sound and floor-to-floor sound transmission.

Brushed Lines LVT contains 39% recycled content, and is carbon neutral with Interface’s. third-party verified Carbon Neutral Floors programme.


CFS Eternity is CFS’ leading collection of luxury vinyl tile (LVT) flooring for use in commercial, industrial and domestic settings. Available in 15 finishes, CFS Eternity Commercial is perfect for projects across a range of sectors, including retail, education, healthcare and hospitality. The high-quality tiles offer architects, specifiers, contractors and designers a vast range of materials and styles to suit any budget and project.

With the option to interchange different tile styles within the same floor design, the trend-led CFS Eternity Commercial range allows total design freedom for each project. From Arctic Oak to Rich Chocolate Walnut, the design configurations available are limitless, with all coverings having bevelled edges for a natural wood effect finish.

Perfect for high traffic areas, all CFS Eternity Commercial products come with a 0.55mm PU coating wear layer, ensuring that any product installed remains in perfect condition for longer. This extra surface protection also makes the floorcovering easier to maintain and clean. Moreover, all CFS Eternity Commercial products come with a 30-year warranty, providing peace of mind to specifiers.

CFS Eternity Commercial, and all associated accessories required for installation, are available from Carpet and Flooring, meaning all products can be purchased from one place. The range is easy to source, specify and install, ensuring a simple project completion, that meets the design requirements every time.

FloorSkills Training Centre Solihull-based FloorSkills is Europe’s largest independent training centre with over 9000sq ft of dedicated flooring training area. The centre has more than 40 training bays of all shapes and sizes including a range of movable obstacles and practice areas to include stairs, winders, open-plan stairs, shower trays and so on.

FloorSkills Training Centre is run under the personal supervision of two of the country’s leading trainers, Sid and Matt Bourne who have between them won British Champion Installer and represented the UK in the European championships. FloorSkills only uses trainers who are proven in the trade, with a select team of instructors and the help of numerous reputable manufacturers.

The training centre works in partnership with numerous colleges across the UK, each with their own quality assurance checks to provide apprenticeship and NVQ qualifications. Tweet us @TContractFloors AWARDS 2021 29

With a large range of floorcovering courses, it is possible to cater for all skill levels, from someone who is new to the trade to a professional installer interested in learning some new installation methods and improving their workmanship. Bespoke courses to cater to everyone’s needs are also provided.

FloorSkills also runs a range of manufacturer courses on their behalf, not only for installers but also for the manufacturer’s own staff training days.

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