GH Commercial’s new range is perfect for interior designers looking for a finish that is of the highest quality, or an existing space in need of a revamp.
March 1st, 2021
The biophilic, design-led collection focuses on the seas, reefs and all living organisms within the Tasman and Coral oceans, including our very own Great Barrier Reef.
The designs are inspired by macro, micro and topographical views of the reefs and surrounding areas like coral, sand, water, coastline and colours found in the sea as well as tropical fish and other marine life.
Available in a range of stunning patterns that capture the various moods of Oceania, the Oceanic Collection features three distinct commercial carpet types, Woven Carpet, Designer Jet® Sheet and Designer Jet® Planks, each featuring their own unique benefits, but all providing a striking interior.
Most importantly for companies looking to carpet their floors on a short schedule, is that GH Commercial can supply these exceptional quality carpets on fast lead times to the commercial market. Due to the patterns being already completed, GH are able to easily re-colour or tweak a design to give a client a bespoke solution for a project, in a faster timeframe than traditional custom carpets.
Given our pristine local oceans and waterways provided inspiration for this collection, we want to do our part to make sure they stay beautiful. GH Commercial recently partnered with Take 3 for the Sea, who believes we need healthy oceans for our own survival. The movement is simple, and asks for people to pick up three pieces of rubbish from a beach, waterway or other outdoor environment, in an attempt to make a difference to the amount of general waste located around bodies of water. On January 27, the Victorian Sales, Marketing and Admin team for GH participated in a beach clean up at St Kilda beach with Take 3 for the Sea. In just one hour our crew collected 2,542 assorted items of rubbish!
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