Solon, Ohio—Tarkett North America has refreshed and expanded its Acczent collection. The updated collection, which includes Acczent and Acczent Flourish heterogeneous sheet products, includes 12 new wood visuals and two new stone visuals, as well as an array of Ready-to-Ship products.
“From timeless wood grains to more contemporary stone and woven visuals, the Acczent collection helps designers easily coordinate patterns and colors that greet visitors with comfort and hospitality,” said Janette Murray, senior design manager, Tarkett North America. “And there’s no need to choose between durability and design—Acczent and Acczent Flourish deliver the best of both.”
Made with an industry-leading wear layer thickness (32-mil) and warranty (15-year), the company said its Acczent design solutions resist the weight of heavy traffic and rolling loads. The surfaces also provide superior resistance to stains, abrasions and chemicals and are easily maintained with a daily neutral cleaner to reduce expenses and support better indoor air quality, according to Tarkett.
Acczent is FloorScore certified, ortho-phthalate-free and certified Asthma & Allergy Friendly by Allergy Standards Ltd., making the collection ideal for healthcare and education spaces.
“Beyond its reliable strength and resilience, the Acczent line delivers warmth and elevated design to a variety of commercial spaces—especially environments that balance beauty with healing and restoration,” Murray said.
With the launch of Acczent’s updated visuals, Tarkett also announced improved service and speed to the market. Twelve Acczent SKUs will be available in Tarkett’s Ready-to-Shipprogram, with a lead time of one week for orders under 500 square yards.
“We’ve placed great emphasis on our new service package with this re-launch. Our best-selling colors are in stock and ready to ship,” said Murray.
Acczent offers transparency documents with a third party verified Material Health Statement, revealing ingredients at 100 ppm, as well as a product-specific EPD. The flooring is also part of the company’s ReStart take back program for recycling and landfill diversion.