Swedish design company Bolon announces the release of their latest flooring collection ‘Flow’ – and with it an innovative development within recycling. Inspired by the timeless mystery of our oceans, ‘Flow’ highlights design fluidity, visual motion and soft pastel shades. This is partly achieved by the use of a transparent warp that allows the weave’s subtle colours to shine through, creating an overall impression reminiscent of a tranquil, watercolour vista.

‘Flow’s design characteristics create a look that adds natural harmony and grace to any interior. Also, the fact that every article in the collection can be combined beautifully without adhering to strict pattern based laying makes it amazingly versatile,’ explains Chief Creative Officer Marie Eklund.

As well as making the collection available in rolls and tiles, the company is using the launch of ‘Flow’ to introduce its new tile shape, ‘Scale’. Celebrating the natural, glistening beauty within the ocean, it is the company’s first organic tile shape which features a soft, rounded form. The bottom layer of the flooring’s backing is made of recycled material from Bolon’s recently commissioned onsite recycling plant – a process that results in the end product comprising up to 33% recycled material.

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[Images courtesy of Bolon.]

 

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