When Karndean Designflooring came out with its Kaleidoscope vinyl flooring collection, it had a lot of different types of styles, like wood, stone, and block colour.
The Kaleidoscope luxury vinyl tile collection features eight geometric shapes, including the herringbone-inspired Apex and cube-like Cubix, that can be combined to create custom patterns.
For busy businesses, Kaleidoscope is a good choice because it allows designers to achieve a natural look while adding the extra durability and flexibility of luxury vinyl tiles.
While the tiles and planks can be formed into a variety of “standard” designs when combined with borders and inset strips,
Kaleidoscope designs “take this to a new level of creativity by allowing for completely unique shapes, sizes, colour combinations, and patterns,” said Richard Strong, specification manager for Karndean Designflooring London.
Kaleidoscope’s tile layout can be used to divide large rooms into zones or to help people find their way around by giving them subtle directions.
Designers can play around with Karndean Designflooring’s computer-generated imagery (CGI) tool, which places the flooring in 360-degree virtual environments.
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