Happy Floors adds to Easy Luxury SPC line

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Miami, Fla.— Happy Floors introduced Santa Fe, a new stone-look collection, to its Easy Luxury SPC product line.

Happy Floors Santa Fe
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“With Santa Fe, we wanted to add a rich stone-look option to our Easy Luxury line,” said Tressa Samdal, director of easy luxury marketing and product management. “Its high movement and nature-inspired colors are features that were missing from the resilient market.”

According to the company, Santa Fe takes its inspiration from the environmentally diverse New Mexico city after which it’s named. The result, the company said, is a colorful and varied line that is as plentiful in its splendor as the landscape that the Southwestern U.S. is famous for.

The Happy Floors Santa Fe collection is available in five colors, each of which are said to take their name and inspiration from one of the defining characteristics of the Southwest: Adobe, Desert, Silver, River and Canyon. It is available in a 12 x 24 format. Suitable for interior residential and light commercial projects, the line is designed for lovers of bold, nature inspired design choices.

Trim and moldings are also available to round out the line, and include quarter round, t-molding, reducer, end cap, overlap stair nose and flush stair nose.

Happy Floors entered the SPC flooring space in Q4 2020 with the launch of its new Easy Luxury rigid core products. At the time, Samdal said, “We at Happy Floors took our expertise in creating stunning tile visuals with realistic textures and applied it to SPC production. It was not enough to just be in the SPC business. We had to stand out from the crowd by creating uniquely beautiful looks. Our Maui collection is inspired by some of the most exotic trees that grow on the islands of Hawaii and our Kalos Stone collection replicates a notable Greek stone with linear veining.”

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