Tarkett has taken a fresh look at an old favourite and gone back to basics for its new Linoleum xf Style range. With a simple but sophisticated palette of colours and minimalist designs, Style is on trend and timeless. Style Elle features a linear design while Style Emme is discretely marbled, providing architects and designers with a perfect foundation collection, offering the best in natural quality and modern style to suit any setting.
The colour palette includes cool and warm greys, shades of beige and two vivid accent colours, offering a clean, uncluttered background that will complement but never overwhelm architectural or interior choices. The linear and marbled designs have been carefully selected for maximum versatility as the marbling creates a high quality appearance with a lasting impression of cleanliness, while the linear design can provide direction in corridors or open spaces.
Matching weld rods are also available, along with a new range of pre-formed skirtings, making it easier than ever before to install linoleum flooring. In the same material and shade as the flooring, the skirtings can be selected to coordinate or contrast and provide a perfect professional finish.
Linoleum xf Style offers excellent lifecycle costs thanks to the unique xf surface treatment, which is extremely tough and ultra-resistant to heavy traffic, stains and scratches. It is also easy to clean and maintain with no need for initial wax or polish, and water, detergent and energy use is around 50% lower than a standard product. This helps to save up to 30% in cleaning and maintenance costs.
Made from natural and renewable raw materials such as linseed oil, pine resin, jute, wood and cork, new Linoleum Style is a truly sustainable flooring solution. It is 100% recyclable, and with very low VOC emissions for better indoor air quality, it helps create a more healthy, comfortable and attractive interior environment. Tarketts Linoleum xf was also the first linoleum in the world to receive a Cradle to Cradle® certificate, achieving Silver in 2011.