Bright colors and bold patterns are transforming ordinarily drab but durable contract carpets into colorful works of art.
Swedish flooring brand Bolon recently introduced a new tile shape called Wing; a new graphic shape that makes it possible to create a whole spectra of different designs. Customers can now mix and match Bolon's existing designs into a striking new expression.
Vorwerk's Color Splash carpet tiles, made in collaboration with Esprit, can be combined into custom arrangements to create unique compositions. Thanks to a specially designed backing, the tiles can be laid onto any level and dry sub-flooring including laminate, parquet, stone or ceramic tiles. Color Splash is available in tomato red, bright blue, green, pink, orange and violet.
Shaw Contract Group has introduced a collection of graphic hexagon tiles that can be made in custom proportions for specific needs and compositions.
Off the Wall is a new design by New York-based street artist Aakash Nhihalani for flooring manufacturer, Mohawk Group. For Off the Wall, Nhihalani, who uses neon painter's tape to create the illusion of 3D shapes in the urban environment, has translated one of his linear patterns into a carpet design. The design forms part of Mohawk Group's wider Street Thread Collection that was launched at NeoCon earlier this year.
Belgian acoustical solutions brand BuzziSpace have introduced a new modular flooring solution called BuzziPatch. Square and rectangular pieces of carpet in various different patterns and colors are mixed and matched into unique configurations to create eye-catching area rugs.