Dalton—Pennant and Signet are the latest introductions by EF Contract, providing a bold geometric look. Both patterns are designed to work well with each other to provide a balance of vivid color and neutral bases.
Pennant and Signet are based on existing patterns but are re-engineered using TeraPlex SD fiber. TeraPlex SD is an advanced-generation, continuous filament PET fiber engineered for today’s commercial flooring needs. It was created by a leading polymer scientist and utilizes the most advanced PET resin to create carpet fiber with vibrant color, superior fade resistance and long-term performance, according to the company.
“Pennant and Signet makes use of existing lines, transforming them with innovative designs produced with high-performing TeraPlex SD,” said Susan Curtis, director of product design and development for EF Contract. “The neutral tones, accents colors and textures make this collection ideal for so many interior spaces—from workplace to educational institutes.”
The contemporary, geometric plaid pattern of Pennant is designed to bring a welcome dose of color and texture to your space. It’s suitable for workplace, institutional and educational markets and has a choice of modern, neutral tones. It’s available in 18 x 36 planks and nine colorways.
The elegance of Signet comes through in the interplay between its layers of texture, neutral tones and colors, according to the company. The collection features a striking cubist motif, comes in nine colorways and is available in 24 x 24.