Function and fashion combine in Signature Floorcoverings’ new Flexo range of rubber flooring.
February 14th, 2011
Signature Floorcoverings has been bringing its Contours range of rubber flooring to airport terminals, retail outlets and other busy thoroughfares for 20 years.
Signature has now added to its range of modular flooring solutions with Textures.
Like all Flexo Rubber Flooring, Textures can be water jet cut to create custom designs at a fraction of the time normally required.
With 24 colours available, the design possibilities are endless.
Choose a single colour for a smooth, minimalist finish, or create your own unique patterns for a striking effect.
Versatile and visually appealing, Textures is an exciting addition to the Signature Floorcoverings range.
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