Seamless integration with innovative floor tiling.
February 2nd, 2009
The launch of a range of seamless tiles heralds a new era of literal seamlessly integrated living spaces.
De Poortere Fine Carpets and Rugs’ 2TEC2 Seamless Tiles are durable and desirable and provide a ground-breaking woven vinyl floor covering that deftly merges quality and design with innovation and performance.
One of the most unique features of the high-tech flooring is its ability to be fitted mono-directionally rather than quarter-turned as was the requirement for previous 2TEC2 tiles.
It is an attribute made possible by intricate weaving that layers hues and builds tone on tone resulting in a seamless and harmonious appearance and a floor covering to suit a variety of needs.
Installation and fitting has been made easier, especially on raised floors where texture becomes a subtle yet beautiful characteristic.
Seamless tiles are non-allergenic and environmentally conscious via the advantage of reduced waste percentages.
The 2TEC2 Seamless Tiles are available in a luxurious selection of warm colours to impeccably complement innovative retail, hospitality and leisure, office or residential projects.
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