Shaw Floors introduces Floorté Wall System

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Floorté Wall SystemDalton— Shaw Floors has introduced its Floorté Wall System. The Wall System is a stylish, low maintenance shower and wet room solution that features the authentic look of modern concrete and on-trend marble and onyx, according to the company.

Available in seven versatile colorways and in the popular 12 x 24 format, Shaw Floors said the Floorté Wall System in style Elements coordinates seamlessly with other interior finishes, including Floorté waterproof flooring, to create a cohesive look in single-family and multi-family spaces.

According to Shaw, the new product installs in as little as one hour. A proven waterproof core protects from water intrusion while an integrated bevel simulates grout, eliminating the need for grouting and the possibility for grout cracking, discoloration and/or mold and mildew, according to the company.

Elements is Greenguard Gold certified for healthier indoor environments.

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