The updated line of Reclaimed Barn Wood features a blend of mixed species with Americana color stains. The panels range in length from 4 to 12 feet and measure 4½ to 10½ inches in width. They come unfinished, prefinished or unfinished with a color wash and can contribute to LEED certification.
Armstrong Flooring updated its Parallel 20 and Parallel 12 lines of luxury vinyl tile. Parallel 20 has a 20-mil wear layer, and Parallel 12 has a 12-mil wear layer. Featuring a variety of neutral colors with the appearance of real wood, stone and other contemporary visuals, Parallel 20 is suitable for areas with high foot traffic, while Parallel 12 is meant for light commercial performance. Both feature high-performance coating that resists scratches and stains and are low VOC. A commercial UV-cured urethane finish eliminates the need for polishing and spray buffing in some applications.
Creation Clic System is a 6-mm-thick vertical interlocking luxury vinyl tile line with 9 new styles, bringing the total offerings up to 15. The designs resemble woods, minerals, concrete and stone. Creation Clic is made with a tear-resistant design film protected by a 28-mil wear layer pressed and grained at high pressure on a thick, 100 percent recycled backing, which keeps walking noise to a minimum. It is water resistant, allergen-free and recyclable. The tile is installed with a mallet or a roller.
UK-based Havwoods’ Henley Grove is made from European oak. The engineered wood flooring is offered in a one-strip plank pattern with a width of 180 millimeters and a thickness of 21 millimeters. It features a light cream color with an oiled finish, though other options are available as part of the Henley collection.
Nydree Flooring’s wide-plank commercial flooring line offers 7½-inch wide planks. This American-crafted collection is made from plain-sawn white oak, Baltic birch plywood, UV-cured ceramic urethane and acrylic infusion.
Inspired by calm landscapes and subtle textures, the Fundamentals Collection of draperies now includes four new patterns: Allegory, Monterey, Savannah and Vista. These draperies pass the NFPA 701 and meet or exceed ACT standards for commercial drapery use. The patterns are available in a variety of qualities from lightweight sheer to blackout.
Thom Filicia for MDC Wallcoverings has introduced several new styles to its commercial line that mimic natural materials. The new styles are Madagascar (which resembles a grass cloth), Mooring (pictured above, which imitates a popular paper weave look) and Toggle (which resembles a textile with small geometric shapes). The styles are printed on 54-inch, 20-ounce Type II contract vinyl wallcovering.
The Natural Creations Luxury Flooring line includes three design collections. ArborArt features more than 50 wood visuals inspired by nature. EarthCuts features large-scale tiles with a palette of earthy neutrals that draw design inspiration from beneath the ground, including natural stone, minerals and metallic ore. Mystix features a variety of textures, textiles, hand-painted art and a palette of bright colors.
An extension of the manufacturer’s Enduraprint program, Synchronicity is a rotogravure, three-color print offering that may be customized with a 200-yard minimum (per SKU). The vinyl-covered fabric has an abrasion resistance rating of 100,000 cycles and is also mildew resistant.
This line of hand-woven wall coverings layers natural materials into inspired combinations of color and texture. One example is Capeline, which channels the casual, midcentury quality of bamboo and rattan with alternatives like banana bark, water hyacinth and recycled paperboard. Thick strips, bound together with clear polyester and a tonal, nonwoven backing, add an artisan ease to the 36-inch wall covering.