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Colour effects, contrasting shapes and ‘used looks’ will attract great attention in the coming season. Special processing techniques produce varied flooring surfaces. The range of possibilities for refining a décor image is broad. Colouring, brushing, staining, waxing or oiling – all these methods have the same aim: to increase the authenticity and value of the flooring. Anything is possible for the finish: from gloss to matte to haptics, each becomes increasingly differentiated. Interprint offers new high-quality décors for these important topics well before the Domotex 2012 trade fair.
Oak again proves to be an versatile inspiration for flooring wood. Oak presents itself in a clear-cut and unmistakable way in Interprint’s ‘Pastis’ décor. Signs of age, like dark smoothed drying cracks and knot holes, support the trend towards naturalness and vintage looks. Grey to white pores and soft ‘cut effects’ strengthen its old floor character. The effect is intensified by a slight 3D-effect.
‘Everest Oak’ is another oak décor with an independent character. The wooden surface looks mature and original thanks to its strongly brushed pores and distinct flows in its annual rings. White oil and whitewash make the wooden elements stand out even more distinctly. The all-over layout of this new Interprint décor gives the floor a particularly homogenous appearance.
‘Ice Pine’ shows an innovative colour handling. The original for the décor is a larch – a representative of the very popular category of coniferous wood. Different surface treatments ensure a real range of contrasts. The colour ranges from extremely bright to extremely dark areas. The change from stripy to flowery elements makes the brushed surface very vivid. These distinct details allow ‘Ice Pine’ to produce the impression of liveliness in a room.
Natural, rich in contrasts, very individual – these are the flooring trends for 2012. The new décors from Interprint offer an ideal basis for these trends. They are suitable for different styles of furnishing – from classical to modern.