Trends come and go with the seasons, and the Gerflor Design Centre never stops working on exciting new designs. Something tells us our latest creations
“The current architectural trend is for the customization of shapes and materials”
Victor Marquez is director of Mexican architectural firm VMA.
This is a trend with well-established roots: It’s “goodbye” extreme vintage decors and “hello” to a retro style that revives the ’60s vibe. Colourful retro-pop interiors are taking on a fresh look.
Every LVT design begins with an idea, a flash of inspiration, from which the Gerflor teams squeeze every drop of potential to create a unique product.
Over the past few years, concrete’s understated mineral appearance has made it a material of choice for minimalist interiors. The latest trends, however, have seen it gradually gaining a foothold in warmer settings
Hidden away in a small shopping street in Lyon is a gem of a shop that goes by the name of Ressource, a haven for amateur and professional decorators seeking expert advice on paint.
Trends come and go with the seasons, so the unique designs of the LVT range are continually updated and renewed. The Gerflor Design Centre turns the spotlight on the 5 key LVT trends for 2015-2016
Vinyl is one of the only building materials able to be fully recycled.
On average, 25% of each Gerflor product is made with recycled content.
On average, we all spend 80% of our time inside buildings. Indoor air quality is consequently a major concern, driving forward Gerflor’s efforts to devise innovative products