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Vinyl flooring does not stop progress

Vinyl flooring does not stop progress



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What if the 2009 trend was for vinyl floors? Ease of installation and maintenance, multiple decors more real than life, and ecological commitment in manufacturing, it has everything to please because it allows you to recreate your soil without breaking everything and without breaking the bank. We knew vinyl or PVC flooring for its various patterns and for its ability to energize floors with ease. Today, it combines not only colors and patterns but also reliefs and material effects for an imitation of other coatings more real than life. Gerflor, specialist in the matter, declines textile floors according to 4 trends: Nature with 5 coatings imitating several wood species. Among them, aged boards, chevron or teak. Origins, with 3 coatings, give our floors unexpected colors and textures like the imitation Nübuck coating. Urban revisits traditional materials such as stone or leather in a contemporary version, all this in a faithful imitation. And finally Bathroom with 3 mosaic or parquet coverings allows you to revamp your bathroom without breaking the bank. On the practical side, vinyl is easy to use and has good resistance to scratches and stains. The real novelty is the textured effects of these hyper-realistic decors which reproduce the effects and grain of materials such as wood, stone or concrete. The Pureclean Grain finish, for example, offers a grainy finish that sublimates the effects of material, the hollow of tile joints or the grain of wood. Note that these coatings comply with certain environmental requirements: the vinyl resin comes from 57% of sea salt and the coatings are 100% recyclable. Gerflor textile vinyl floor, 2009 collection, from 12.50 euros per square meter