Milliken have announced a new addition to their Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) range, Freelay LVT. The Freelay LVT collection includes six designs and the additional benefit of effortless adhesive free installation, as well as excellent comfort and acoustic characteristics. Furthermore, the standard LVT range has been edited and the collection refined with some additional designs now on offer.
Freelay LVT planks and tiles have been created for easy installation and maintenance. Freelay LVT is particularly beneficial where regular access to underfloor facilities is needed, such as within commercial environments.Milliken’s LVT range is specially designed to integrate with and complement Milliken’s carpet tile collections and enables a whole interior to be united with ease and seamlessly made part of an entire scheme. Milliken’s full range of floor covering options, from carpet tiles and LVT through to entrance matting products, now make it more straightforward than ever to create a cohesive floor plane, all sourced from the same trusted manufacturer. The LVT range, created using high-definition photo realistic imagery, replicates wood and stone (as well as some new abstract designs). The authentic appearance is further heightened with micro-bevelled edges and deep embossed textures.
A colour referencing system has been created to allow easy colour matching and coordination with Milliken carpet tiles. In this way Milliken can now offer a complete flooring palette to explore; colours, shades, shapes and graphics can be easily and harmoniously blended throughout an entire interior.Within the Milliken LVT range there are 3 collections: Wood, Stone and Abstract. The wood collection includes designs such as ‘Aged Oak’, ‘Fine Line’ (with natural linear effects to capture the spirit of contemporary Scandinavian minimalism), Kokutan, and Rustic Pine. The stone designs include ‘Serpeggiante’ (elegant Italian marble effect) and simply ‘Stone’. Also available is a range of abstract designs including ‘Eero’ (where underlying surfaces move forward as distressed architectural details) and ‘PowerGrid’ (in which tight woven textures yield a bold geometry and create a powerful and high-impact design essential).