Beauty and performance come together in Polyflor’s Affinity floor vinyl range

A kitchen featuring Champagne Oak flooring from the Affinity Range.

A kitchen featuring Champagne Oak flooring from the Affinity Range.

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Polyflor has greatly expanded its range timber-look vinyl flooring planks with the Affinity flooring collection. Offered in a wide array of shade options, with realistic knot and grain detailing, the range offers the visual appeal of timber flooring with the durability and low maintenance requirements of all of Polyflor’s vinyl flooring products.

Shades include Aspen Pine, Planed White Oak and French Limed Oak.

A polyurethane surface treatment provides an easy to clean and low-maintenance solution, along with impact resistant characteristics reducing the noise produced by footfall. These qualities make Affinity a neat choice for bedrooms, kitchens and living areas, as well as light commercial applications like meetings rooms and offices.

To request a sample, or for more information on the range, go here.

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