Natural innovators in environmentally conscious flooring.
April 19th, 2010
Bolon is set to revolutionise the world of flooring with its latest groundbreaking collection ’Botanic’.
The Botanic collection sees the launch of a more environmentally friendly woven vinyl-flooring product based on renewable raw materials from vegetable products and created using a new plasticiser, which features fewer processed materials.
“Botanic is our own garden, with a natural, colourful, product flora to discover and admire,” says Marie Eklund, Design and Marketing Manager at Bolon.
The range features colours and patterns inspired by nature, including the vibrant Lotus and Viva, as well as the more subdued Avena and Iris ranges, a continuation of these earthy textures.
A new level of excitement is added to the range by having a two-coloured weft thread through the patterns, creating a dynamic covering for a variety of settings.
Available as a roll or as tiles, the new range still has the sound absorbing, slip resistant and fire resistant qualities of the products Bolon has gained a great reputation for producing.
Run by sister team Annica and Marie Eklund, the 60-year-old company continues to lead in woven floor covering by introducing the Bolon® Green initiative.
Aiming to produce 100% environmentally adapted and climate neutral product in the future, the new plasticiser and Botanic ranges are steps in this direction.
The Botanic range by Bolon is available through The Andrews Group.
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