InterfaceFLOR launches hospitality division

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LAGRANGE, GA.—InterfaceFLOR has launched the Interface Hospitality division with dozens of samples of modular carpet tile patterns that specifiers will be able to access when composing a floor covering for their hospitality projects.

“Whether it’s for guestrooms, corridors or public spaces, Interface Hospitality is ready with a solution that’s equally attractive as it is practical,” said Charley Knight, vice president of the new division. “DYF—design your floor—is the Interface Hospitality mantra, because what we’re offering is an extensive selection of patterns that can be specified in a wide range of colors and then configured into flooring landscapes that become distinctive, custom wall-to-wall or area rug looks.”

The tiles can be installed non-directionally and dye lots are mergeable, so there’s “never a worry that a completed design has a mismatched tile,” he noted. The initial product assortment includes 79 patterns in the DYF Custom Pattern Library, which are classified as either classic, modern, organic, traditional or whimsy.

Styles run the gamut, from densely decorated geometrics to a large scale stylized floral to 20th century interpretations of oriental motifs.

Also, Interface Hospitality is introducing five products especially for guestroom applications. They take their cues from residential interiors, with subtler decoration, said Knight. “While four of these products are offered in the standard tile size, one—a tailored linear style—inspired the inclusion of a plank-shape tile.”

All the products incorporate InterfaceFLOR’s Tapestry technology, which helps “deliver bold patterning, crisp saturated colors and more sculptural dimension and texture,” he explained.

Having a lower environmental impact is another benefit. The tiles in this series are made with post-consumer fiber and optional backing with post-consumer content resulting from InterfaceFLOR’s ReEntry 2.0 carpet recycling program.

For more information on Interface Hospitality, call 888.228.6301.

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