Van Dyck Floors Introduces Innovative New Shapes & Colours

Carpet manufacturer Van Dyck has added more bright colours to its Florpoint Earth

Carpet manufacturer Van Dyck’s Athena range offers flexibility in design with its 3D texture across several weaves. The rage has an unlimited number of colour and installation options, making it possible to create highly visual, futuristic designs, exploring the boundaries of flooring design.

Carpet tiles are becoming a whole new design trend with bright colours and bold designs as well as endless mixing and matching possibilities.  This has spurred South Africa’s leading carpet manufacturer, Van Dyck, to add more bright colours to its Florpoint Earth range. This product has been a popular choice for South African offices and commercial spaces for over 30 years now, and apart from the conventional size of 50cm x 50cm carpet tiles (and 60 x 60 cm or 100 x 100cm), Van Dyck now also offers a new shape in 25cm x 100 cm planks. This range make it easier to mix and match, giving designers the freedom to either create strong combinations of different shapes , structures and colours, or add colour accents that complement and uplift more neutral backgrounds.

Nowadays, different flooring can be colour and texture mixed and matched for a specific effect to suit specific or proposed décor. Apart from convenience, this is appreciated for design versatility as well as their ability to create exciting layouts in various installation directions (monolithic, tessellated, ashlar, brick-bond or random), which can produce different patterned effects. Van Dyck offers a wide range of flooring solutions from carpeting, to luxury vinyl tiles, laminates, artificial grass, underlays and rubber flooring. This allow designers to create new combinations that are far more exciting than traditional approaches, and also creatively introduce corporate colours and link décor to brand identities.

Van Dyck Floors is using a similar approach to the introduction of contrasts and colour accents with Athena Woven Vinyl tiles. Athena offers flexibility in design with its 3D texture across several weaves, with an unlimited number of colour and installation options. The collection consists of intricately woven strands of PVC forming highly visual, futuristic designs, which combine extreme durability and comfort, whilst exploring the boundaries of flooring design. This range is available in 50 x 50 cm tiles and is stocked in Durban.

So there is no doubt that Florpoint Earth and Athena are the ideal floor coverings for any commercial or residential area that is looking for an innovative, practical and durable designer’s floor.



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