Australasia’s market leader in luxury vinyl flooring Karndean Designflooring has unveiled its new premium collection of Art Select Stone.
February 1st, 2016
Inspired by natural materials, the collection showcases Karndean’s most intricate and realistic embosses to date, each handcrafted to reflect the unique patterns and textures of real stone.
The new Art Select Stone collection features four slate, two marble, three travertine and two limestone designs. Uniquely, each design has been created from its original inspiration stone recovered from various locations throughout the world, including the steps of a former ‘Parliament House’ building in Melbourne and a quarry in the Province of Massa, Tuscany.
From the striking earthy tones of Karndean’s new Art Select Travertine designs; Washburn, Caldera and Gallatin, to the contrasting rich and cool hues of Art Select Slate; Melbourne, Canberra, Oakeley and Corris, there’s a stone design to match all commercial schemes.
The understated and classic look of Art Select Marble; Otono and Fiore, and Art Select Limestone; Jersey and Alderney further capture the character and beauty of natural stone formations around the world.
“We’re extremely proud of our sophisticated Art Select collection,” explains Dan Lovell, managing director of Karndean Designflooring. “Aesthetically, we wanted to offer architects, interior designers and contractors our most natural and intriguing stone designs in a variety of extra-large and random pattern formats. It’s the intricate detail, natural embosses and the individual inspiration stories behind each range which makes this collection so unique. It has allowed us to reposition this collection as our most premium and exclusive to date, and also offer the design community inspiring designs for future commercial projects.”
For more information visit www.karndean.com.
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