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Ontera’s Next Step

Ontera take their next step in colour and design with the release of 3 new products.



BY jesse

April 2nd, 2012


Ontera Modular Carpets’ exclusive ’Next Step’ design concept delivers flooring excellence by ensuring carpet selection is fit for purpose across entire projects, while simultaneously enhancing design and aesthetics.

Ontera’s unique ability to use colour and texture of carpet for wayfinding and orientation in commercial and health care environments is a key deliverable for designers and user groups alike.

Ontera Modular Carpets have released 3 new products unique in colour, design and functionality. These new products seek to provide inspiration, broaden design options and deliver fresh and invigorating aesthetics for new projects.

The Intensity range is high quality fusion bonded cut pile carpet with premium visual impact for high design areas. Choose from 7 bold colour options, all with a unique two tone texture for a seamless carpet appearance.

 

The Uprising range is a premium quality high performance dye injected loop pile carpet. With a calming and comfortable textural feel and a choice of 9 muted tones, Uprising is ideal for open settings and when combining colours for design highlights.

 

 

The Accents range is a high performance Solution Dyed Nylon loop pile carpet available in 6 colours. Designed to work in unison with many Ontera products, the Accents range is equally suited in either broad open areas or as a highlight pattern feature.

 

 

All products in the Intensity, Uprising and Accents ranges are available for immediate delivery.

Ontera
ontera.com.au


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