Interface Introduces First Vinyl Tile Collection

The company known for its carpet tiles introduced a luxury option which can be combined with its soft carpet products for a texturally rich design.

wc_am-texturedwoodgrainsgreyduneww890charcoaldobby-galInterface, a company renowned for its commercial carpeting solutions, recently introduced its first hard flooring option, Level Set™. The luxury vinyl tile (LVT) collection allows commercial building designers to create textural interest in the flooring across a variety of applications. The collection was created to imitate distressed, reclaimed and exposed natural materials with the durability of commercial tile.

We’re seeing an increased focus on cohesive design throughout the built environment, as well as a rise in demand for soft and hard flooring that blends well and functions as part of a modular design system,” said Matt Miller, president of Interface Americas. “Level Set embraces our customers’ interest in flooring that has the look of natural materials with the functionality, durability and affordability of LVT, while ensuring they can select a mix of hard and soft flooring from a single partner to create a unified look and feel.”

The Level Set collection offers 36 styles of natural woodgrains and stones and textured woodgrains and stones. The dimensions of the Level Set tiles are constructed to fit Interface’s Skinny Planks™, so that customers can pair different products side by side without layering materials. The new LVT planks are also engineered to match the thickness of Interface’s carpet tiles, so flooring can be mixed and matched without transition strips or the possibility of a trip hazard.

Features of the Level Set collection include: easy install backing, a ceramic bead coating finish that prevents scratching and scuffing, sound-absorbing proprietary backing, recycled materials and a 15-year commercial warranty.

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