Surfacing provider expands New England presence.
Karen Pearse Global Direct
It offers four fabric products.
Each design is made of 4-by-8-ft. aluminum sheets with a slight sheen and reflection.
This porcelain floor and wall tile was inspired by old-world Moroccan tiles.
Metallic space-dyed yarn is woven throughout, adding a bold aesthetic.
The high-density version is 50-percent post-industrial recycled content.
Flooring designer Robert Langstaff combines his love of natural beauty and a highly developed design aesthetic into resilient luxury flooring
It’s also 100-percent recyclable through this company’s ReStart reclamation program.
The line is a reportedly affordable solution for luxury materials that are often expensive.
The underside features 90-percent recycled content.
This Red List-free hard surface line is influenced by biophilia and natural materials.
It includes nine “cracked ice” laminate patterns in a variety of shades.
The tiles come in 12-by-36-in. carpet planks offering a palette of 24 colorways.
Designed by Joni Vanderslice as part of this 15-pattern collection.
It features 17 custom laminate designs featuring abstracted and literal biophilic designs.
The line interprets timeless style in porcelain that reportedly outperforms marble.
Featuring 100 knots-per-inch in a 5- and 5.5-mm. pile.
Architectural Systems Inc.