Lano will be exhibiting at The Flooring Show, showcasing developments to its Halcyon, Touchdown and X Concept collections.

Pashmina and Pashmina Luxe, part of the Halcyon collection, mark Lano’s first foray into polyester qualities. Technically excellent, the fibre affords both styles lasting colour and stain-resistance, as well as incredible softness and will be a focus for this year’s stand. Joining Cashmere and Cashmere Luxe – both crafted from supersoft polypropylene – Pashmina reinforces Halcyon’s suitability for any retailer looking to capitalise on the demand for supersoft carpets.

The popular Touchdown collection is also being shown, this time with a brand new introduction in Serenade. A luxurious 60oz soft-touch saxony crafted from stain-resistant polypropylene, the style comes in 16 modern colours and in four and five- metre widths.

Lano will also be bringing two other Touchdown perennials – Fascination and Imagination – together under a brand-new look for Fascination.

Mapei UK- Stand M15

Mapei UK is delighted to announce its attendance at the annual Flooring Show, taking place in Harrogate this September.

During the three-day event, Mapei specialists will be on hand to offer expert advice, showcasing innovative floor installation solutions across the Mapei product ranges.

Product managers will talk visitors through Mapei’s specialist system solutions for resilient flooring, comprising of damp-proof membranes, smoothing and levelling compounds, primers and adhesives for all types of applications, including LVT and wooden flooring, as well as product systems for ceramic floor installations.

John Monaghan, Mapei UK Resilient Product Manager, commented: “We’re excited to be back at the industry’s flagship national event again this year, exhibiting a range of Mapei products

Combining plain and heather styles and available in four and five-metre widths, the new-look Fascination keeps best- selling colours, while introducing new on-trend shades for a 16-strong palette.

This new colourbank also drives changes to Genius, a range that has found widespread use in the housebuilder market, with Lano showing the style in 10 new colours sampled from the updated Fascination range.

For fans of the premium X Concept, Lano will also use The Flooring Show to reveal the brand new polyamide of Pleasure, a luxurious and fine velvet quality that continues to uphold the collection as one packed full of the latest and greatest carpet styles that Lano has to offer. In polyamide type 6.6 that gives better resistance to stains than standard type 6, Pleasure brings enduring softness and an exquisite silk-look.

For the value-driven Bajong line, The Flooring Show will see the first unveil of Montana Superb. This super heavyweight saxony, weighs in at 2,900g/m2

and modern colours.

Lano looks forward to welcoming and is available in 10 fresh

retailers at this year’s show, underlining its unrivalled manufacturing capability and flexibility, that ensures it can provide retailers with a huge choice of carpets, all bearing the company’s legendary combination of faultless quality and impressive value.

for a variety of flooring installations. In particular, we’re looking forward to showcasing the new addition to the Latexplan family – Latexplan NA.”

A variety of Mapei products were supplied for the installation of wooden flooring to an area of 13,000m2 throughout the prestigious Berkeley Homes Abell & Cleland Westminster apartment development. The apartments and penthouses have been completed to the highest specification using eco-rated products from Mapei’s range of resilient products, for substrate preparation ready to receive the engineered wood flooring.

Mapei cemented its commitment to the UK market over 28 years ago, making the UK HQ Mapei’s 47th manufacturing plant worldwide, and since then has continually invested in manufacturing facilities to accommodate the ever- growing demand in the UK market. Tomorrow’s Retail Floors | 15

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