Metroflor has expanded its Metroflor LVT collection with a product designed for main street commercial applications, Metroflor Déjà New. Available beginning in the fourth quarter of 2018, the focused dryback selection of wood grain, concrete, abstract, and textile looks authentically captures natural building material finishes and colors. With a 20 mil wear layer and 2.5 mm gauge, Déjà New is suitable for a wide range of applications in the Main Street marketplace, including hospitality, retail, healthcare, education, corporate and multifamily.

“Déjà New was designed specifically for today’s ‘near future’ emerging color and design trends that are most popular for Main Street/commercial applications,” said Robert Langstaff, Metroflor’s director of design. “It’s easy to mix and match colors within a design, or among different designs, because all are the same 2.5 mm gauge. With a little imagination, any or all SKUs can be used in innovative layouts such as herringbone, alternating colors, borders – there’s a lot of flexibility throughout the entire collection.”

Déjà New is available in four wood grain plank visuals, two stone/concrete tiles visual, and an abstract plank visual.

Oak Framing is a new take on repurposed wood used to frame poured concrete. Its sandblasted finish evokes a more elegant, refined look in four colors. Coastal Oak is the classic answer to a palette wood grain in four colors with high contrast and rich, bold detail. Both Oak Framing and Coastal Oak come in 7x48 in. planks.

San Marcos Oak is a new, quieter Oak, with fewer knots and refined graining. Not complacent, the design offers an elegant, natural flow of the woodgrain. A larger, more authentic-looking plank in scale and texture, Clean Oak offers a contemporary look with no knots, even graining and subtle variation across the floor. San Marcos Oak and Clean Oak are available in 9x60 in. planks.

The appeal of concrete remains a classic look in today’s use of building materials. Smooth Concrete is offered in a range of natural colors that work with most carpet and tile color collections in a 24x24 in. tile. The simple and elegant stylized fabric texture of Belgium Weave makes a handsome floor that can create wayfinding and borders by using different color combinations from the palette in a 16x32 in. tile. The versatile Alleyway design with its linen embossing evokes the look of roughed out slate made new again, with a range of primary brights and widely used, popular neutrals in a 7x48 in. plank format. Along with accents for hospitality and healthcare, Alleyway can be used to create a Herringbone pattern.

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