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THE FLOORING SHOW 2018 EXHIBITORS At a Glance


To help you plan your visit, we’ve put together a sneak peek of what just some of the big names at this year’s Flooring Show will be showcasing.


British Wool- Stand C69


At British Wool, they understand how hard brands have to work to grab consumers’ attention in competitive retail environments. That’s why they are supporting manufacturers and retailers with a striking new range of merchandising and displays designed to clearly communicate the benefits of buying British wool.


Visit stand C69 at this year’s Flooring Show to meet the team and discover more about the extensive range of support materials available, as well as the company’s new licensee scheme.


The show will also see the organisation celebrating the best in class at The Wool Carpet & Rug Awards 2018, designed to recognise excellence in wool carpet and rug manufacture.


Karndean Designflooring- Stand C25/26


Karndean Designflooring is set to give visitors to The Flooring Show a close- up look at its new Knight Tile and Opus designs, as well as the chance to be the first to preview three new additions to its Art Select woods collection.


Along with expanding its modern oak offering with popular light, neutral tones and statement slates, for the first time the Knight Tile collection will feature Spotted Gum and Scandinavian Pine designs.


With its stylish range of modern and contemporary hues, the Opus range now includes six new products, featuring limed oak wood, shuttered concrete and limestone designs.


With the growing trend to match designs ‘room to room’ in separate rooms, open- plan spaces and broken living areas, the Knight Tile range includes four new exclusive smaller plank designs (18”x3”)


14 | Tomorrow’s Retail Floors


Sponsored by Campaign for Wool, in association with British Wool, the awards aim to promote the many benefits of wool flooring to a wide and varied audience. Categories are sponsored by well-known consumer publications, providing further opportunities for your brand to reach consumers through print, online and social media. Shortlisted entries will also be displayed as part of a high-profile feature area at The Flooring Show.


The awards ceremony will be held on Monday 17th


September 2018. Entries close Friday 17th August.


For further information, email awards@campaignforwool.org


www.britishwool.org.uk


and the Opus collection features two smaller tiles (18”x3”), which can be perfectly placed alongside the matching full-size plank or tile and laid in a variety of formations, such as block, brick or herringbone, to bring an extra sense of style and interest to any room.


Stella Coyle, National Retail Sales Manager of Karndean Designflooring, said: “We’re delighted to be adding new wood and stone designs to our popular Knight Tile and Opus collections.


“Having the option to introduce a smaller plank or tile design in an alternative laying pattern against the matching full wood plank or stone tile adds a new visual element to consider. Likewise, it’s an extra selling point for our independent retailers.”


Visitors to the Karndean stand will also be the first to see three brand new Art Select wood designs. Karndean’s designers have explored the deciduous woodlands of Europe and the historic rural heart of North America to find


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stunning designs that will bring a contemporary or statement look to residential spaces.


With a lifetime residential guarantee, Karndean’s updated collections offer simply beautiful floors- inspired by nature, designed to last a lifetime.


www.karndean.com


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