Flooring coordination without compromise

With broadloom carpet, carpet tile, rugs, LVT and woven vinyl, our multi-disciplinary approach to flooring is a real benefit to commercial space designers. Designers and specifiers can create dynamic layouts, changing material for appropriate function or purely for aesthetics; resulting in a beautifully coordinated look that retains design integrity.

We’ve developed a formidable collection of design-centric flooring including the Salto range of loose-lay vinyl and Woven Vinyl. These can be matched with broadloom carpet and carpet tiles, including popular ranges such as Balance and Elements, for a layout that works to the specific needs of the area.

Palettes are designed to work together, grey oak and concrete looks in Salto loose lay vinyl teamed with grey carpet tiles with colour accents that can be perfectly coordinated in luxurious deep pile broadloom for breakout areas; all on a backdrop of textural Ntgrate woven vinyl. The results are sophisticated floor layouts that avoid obvious colour blocking and clashes; instead bring a subtle and mature effect to zoning through complementing colours, shifts in texture and changing materials.

As well as coordinated colours, Quadrant products share the same quality ethos – carpet tiles are made in Britain in a 12th gauge quality while Ntgrate woven vinyl is made in Belgium using glass fibre-reinforced PVC – so that designers can be confident of high performance levels, durability and ease of maintenance regardless of product type.


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