Chicago—Interface introduced two new carpet tile collections — Lost Palms and Woven Gradience — and the debut of its Silk Complex LVT collection. The new lines were on display for the first time at this week’s NeoCon, held here.
“We view these three new collections as more than just products—they are design tools that work as a system, enabling our customers to easily play with scale, texture, color, pattern and more to create a floor that addresses the emotional, organizational and performance needs of their project,” said Nigel Stansfield, chief innovation and sustainability officer at Interface.
The Lost Palms carpet tile collection features nine styles that offer stone-inspired visuals, sizeable scale, and large graphic patterns. Lost Palms celebrates biophilic design, with visuals that evoke everything from metamorphic rock formations to the distinctive Joshua tree.
Like Interface’s entire flooring portfolio, all three of the company’s launches are carbon neutral across their full product lifecycle through the third-party verified Carbon Neutral Floors program.