Armstrong energizes commercial vinyl sheet in new DecorArt Rejuvenations

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Lancaster, Pa.—DecorArt Rejuvenations flooring, a vinyl sheet collection from Armstrong Flooring, introduces a versatile range of updated designs that deliver enhanced realistic visual impact and long-lasting performance to contract interiors. 

New visuals with exquisite detailing, combined with Armstrong Flooring’s exclusive Diamond 10 technology coating, take the brand’s trusted heterogeneous sheet vinyl solutions to the next level of style and performance. Consisting of three unique collections—TimberLine, StoneRun and Ambigu—Rejuvenations with Diamond 10 technology coating features more realistic, nature-inspired visuals and timeless textures. The line merges commercial and residential aesthetics, cross-pollinating colors and textures to provide a wealth of choices to fit any environment, from healthcare and education to retail and corporate.

Armstrong Flooring designers play a key role in identifying flooring trends and translating those trends into looks that will resonate with customers. “We’re focused on helping our customers create the right environment and the right experience for those who will be in these spaces,” said Razieh Council, principal designer. “There is a growing shift in preference by designers who are open to hard surface options in what were traditionally carpeted areas, primarily due to maintenance and health concerns and carpet’s limited visuals.”

The floors meet customers’ demanding maintenance, cost and durability requirements. Diamond 10 technology uses cultured diamonds to provide the highest scratch, stain and scuff resistance in the category, and can stand up to the challenges of a commercial environment, such as resisting heavy traffic and staining to keep floors looking newer longer. With exceptional dirt, scratch and stain resistant qualities, Rejuvenations is a low-maintenance product with a no-polish option, minimizing noise, labor and costly operational disruptions from maintenance procedures.

For more information, visit: armstrongflooring.com.

 

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