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A living environment is a reflection of the times; flooring design is an expression of personal lifestyle. The Interprint design team has developed its current décor trends for flooring with this in mind.
Types of wood are starting to take a background role. The new protagonists are the style, structure and overall look of the décor - with each floor displaying its own character. Experimental surface finishes and colour schemes enable a change of context that does not depend on the original type of wood.
Light, warmth and tranquillity are the defining instants in the colour schemes of new flooring décors, along with reduced and striking designs. The trend colour grey may stay in the background or it may well be star of the show. The focus at Interprint is always on using individual flooring interpretations to create atmospheres in which lifestyle and wellbeing become one. And here they are, the flooring trends for 2016:
Jolka, the self-assured one: A larch with a strong character. Clear expressions, strong impressions. The striking golden brown of the annual rings alternates with the grey tones of the washed-out softwood sections.
Jette, the mellow one: Calm is now restored. Maple, and what a maple it is! The perfect clarity of this flooring is accentuated by subtle cathedrals, branches and ducts. Endlessly soothing.
Eclipse, the extrovert one: Fishbone is back. A structured oak delivers a return to tradition. The interplay of two planks completes the picture. Provocatively unconventional, even in its installation.
Benton Oak, the relaxed one: A clear case of understatement. This oak exudes harmony, with its striking, integrated branches and curved flowers. It takes everything on with discreet vibrancy.
Bernaud, the domestic one: Warm milk and golden honey. "Bernaud" composes its cosy look from the colour play of the planks and varying points of contrast. This flooring looks just as good in country cottages as in lofts.
Futura, the determined one: Concrete meets wood. How can that be possible? And yet! Gallery or city apartment: this self-assured reinterpretation of freshly sawn maple, lightly coated with the concrete look, is bang on trend.
The new flooring trends from Interprint offer a variety of styles to reflect a wide range of ways of life and living concepts. And even though many aspects are new, authentic and unmistakable are features that stay for good.