Tarkett adds Dynamic Edit soft surface series

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dynamic edit seriesSolon, Ohio— Tarkett is adding to its portfolio of sustainable soft surface products with the Dynamic Edit series, a new modular carpet collection inspired by the continual process by which interior spaces evolve over time. “Much like life, the design process is a constant movement between testing, adjusting, learning and improving,” said Tommy Keener, senior design director for Tarkett North America. “Even when we are physically still, our minds continue to grow and reflect—a dynamic force for ongoing progress. Each day, we’re presented with two choices: evolve or repeat. The series celebrates the opportunity we have in this industry for continual movement and growth.”

The Dynamic Edit series celebrates this creative process with five patterns and comfortable price points that allow designers to freely mix, match, add and edit their spaces, the company said. Each of the five styles is available in 12 colorways, and Tarkett’s Solution SPECtrum aims to give designers even more versatility by providing access to the company’s full palette of colors, patterns and textures that work together visually across multiple product categories—creating the perfect balance for people, planet and performance.The Dynamic Edit series features a number of proprietary technologies that contribute to a healthier indoor environment, faster installation, easier maintenance and a healthier planet. Tarkett’s ethos Modular with Omnicoat Technology prevents moisture, pH or previous adhesives from affecting the floor installation. When combined with TarkettTAPE, ethos can be installed without moisture testing, saving one to three days of installation time.Additionally, Tarkett’s Dynex SD premium fiber system includes Eco-Ensure, a fluorine-free soil protection technology said to lower the cost of maintenance and create healthier spaces by promoting better indoor air quality with low-VOC emissions.

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