Resilient flooring manufacturer Amtico International unveiled new wood- and stone-look surfaces at Surfaces 2003. These floors feature digital remastering technology to give the floors a natural appearance, the company says.
As with the company's Priory Oak product, Priory Pine has been created to resemble the interior of the 11th century Lancaster Castle located in the north of England. The vinyl floor offers the wood's rural character and warmth, Amtico says. Amtico also introduced Wild Cherry, based on the character and color of wood from Switzerland, with a bleached warm tone.
Marquina & Biancone are two new black and white stones that complement each other or work on their own, the company says. The vinyl line is meant for use in hallways, kitchens and bathrooms.
Honister Slate is based on the green slate pulled from the Honister Quarry in the Cumbrian Mountains, along the Lake District of England. Slabs were selected, cut, polished, and digitally remastered to vinyl on site, Amtico says.
Finally, the company's Olive Grove Collection includes four new designs: Jasmine, Rosemary, Juniper, and Vine. Each pattern is available in one color only -- Jasmine in gold, Vine in copper, Juniper in silver, and Rosemary in bronze.