Polyflor’s vinyl revamp is hard-wearing and eye-catching

Polyflor’s Classic Mystique range of vinyl flooring, with non-directional two-toned chip decoration and marbleized highlight chips, has been revamped with the addition of five new colours to the existing 16.

Cloud Stone, Smoked Truffle, Rich Chocolate, Lemon Zest and Spring Meadow are the new additions to the Classic Mystique family. Polyfor said that its customers were increasingly asking for warm, dark colours over bright ones and that this extension of the range is intended to address that.

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The durable range is suitable for high traffic areas and is well-suited to commercial projects like healthcare, aged care and education. The vinyl is hard wearing and a polyurethane surface treatment allows for ease of cleaning.

The Classic Mystique range is 100 percent recyclable and contains 25 percent recycled content itself. It achieves both GreenTag Gold and PVC Best Practice certifications.

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