Torlys launches Olympic Loose Lay collection

Home Categories Torlys launches Olympic Loose Lay collection

Toronto, Ontario—Torlys has expanded its Marquee vinyl program with the launch of the Olympic loose lay collection, offering eight contemporary colors in patterns of oak and walnut.

According to the company, a new level a realism is achieved in loose lay vinyl with EIR textures across nearly all eight SKUs in the Olympic line. Torlys Maxx Finish ensures a quality product for years to come with anti-scratch, anti-stain and anti-marker properties, while Microban antimicrobial product protection is also added to the surface finish.

Comfortable, quiet, waterproof and durable, the company said the Olympic collection is perfect for any room in the home or any light commercial setting.

Must Read

Tile of Spain Awards call for entries

The nineteenth edition of the Tile of Spain Awards in Architecture, Interior Design and Final Degree Project is kicking off with a call for...

Duchateau names Alvarez CEO

San Diego, Calif.—Duchateau, the luxury architectural surfaces brand, has named Sergio Alvarez as its chief executive officer. He will assume the day-to-day leadership of the...

Retail Recovery Across America: Lewis Floor & Home Part II

https://youtu.be/bqtRlhEW8lY In Part II of Retail Recovery Across America: Lewis Floor & Home, Steven Lewis discusses what makes a successful product assortment, what consumers are...

INSTALL shares five best practices for combating COVID-19

Washington, D.C.—INSTALL continues to assist the architecture, design and construction community with industry-leading education and training to combat the spread of COVID-19. Recently, INSTALL...

Bostik takes home two Starnet Design Awards

Wauwatosa, Wis.—Bostik, Inc., a leader in specialty adhesives and installation systems for building construction, recently received two 2020 Starnet Design Awards. Each year, the...

NeoConnect platform continues through fall

Chicago—NeoConnect, NeoCon's digital hub, will continue to connect the community by offering new content and resources through the fall. The hub brought the commercial...
X