Karndean to debut new designs at TISE

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Las Vegas—Karndean Designflooring will unveil its new Van Gogh, Korlok Reserve and Korlok Select rigid core visuals at The International Surface Event (TISE) to be held on June 16-18 here. The new visuals are designed to set retailers apart from big box competitors, according to the company.

Karndean said it continues to expand color options from the Van Gogh glue-down range for a total of 20 glue-down/rigid core crossover colors, which include native Australasian wood designs. “Most Americans would have never been exposed to these woods in their natural form, yet they exhibit character with enduring American appeal,” said Jenne Ross, director of marketing, Karndean.

Karndean designers fumed boards of maple wood to enhance its underlying features, creating one of the new designs in Korlok Reserve, the company said. Additionally, a new oak design in Korlok Select features a new registered emboss and is inspired by oak floorboards of a railway station in Scotland, according to the company.

Other additions to the range include Baltic Coastal Oak, a new colorway of the range’s existing Baltic oak design and two existing colorways—Texas White Ash and Canadian Urban Oak—in an additional 24 x 6 herringbone format.

Karndean’s TISE booth will be number 3837 and will feature its latest designs.

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