Karndean’s new wood and stone vinyl flooring

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New stone designs for Karndean's Da Vinci collection of luxury vinyl flooring.

New stone designs for Karndean’s Da Vinci collection of luxury vinyl flooring.

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New stone designs for Karndean's Da Vinci collection of luxury vinyl flooring.

New stone designs for Karndean’s Da Vinci collection of luxury vinyl flooring.

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New wood designs for Karndean's Da Vinci collection of luxury vinyl flooring.

New wood designs for Karndean’s Da Vinci collection of luxury vinyl flooring.

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Karndean Designflooring is introducing new wood and stone designs to its Da Vinci collection of luxury vinyl tiles.

The new designs in the collection include 14 new wood design which have been inspired by distressed wood planks and replicate the unique look that combines transformation of wood overtime.

They include four modern limed planks inspired by natural fibres and textures; three classic oak looks available in shades from light to medium brown; three burnt and smoked designs; and two sea salt worn effects of reclaimed driftwood looks.

The wood design offer the benefits of the natural reclaimed timber look without drawbacks of cracking, splintering and warping from real timber.

The collection also includes 12 new stone designs which take inspiration from weathered steel, natural stone and woven fabric. The weathered tones are available in four colour ways – Molten, Iron Ore, Eisen, Carbon – each representing transformation of weathered steel over time. The natural stone designs feature a range of creamy to dark grainy tones. The final three designs take inspiration from natural fabrics and concrete and purposely blurs distinction between the two.

All products are available with a 20-year commercial warranty.

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