Forbo’s new Allura collection

Refreshed range now offers 123 options including new colours and designs

Forbo has updated and expanded its Allura range

Forbo Flooring Systems has refreshed its Allura Luxury Vinyl Tile collection, one of the most-popular brands in its portfolio.

With more than 120 contemporary designs, and a new acoustic offering; the revitalised range enables designers to create beautiful floor spaces and better indoor environments, no matter what the project requirements or budgets may be.

Developed by Forbo’s in-house team of creators. and produced in Europe by Forbo, the new Allura collection pushes the boundaries of design and manufacture.

In fact, the Allura Core Collection comprises the largest choice of colour and design to date.

Within the collection, there are 123 products, including beautiful, realistic wood and stone effects, which feature a natural colour variation and in-register embossing structures to emphasise the texture of the planks for a truly-authentic aesthetic.

New innovative options have been introduced to the wood range, such as burned and bronze wood, which have a unique crackle finish and a new narrow Ash plank format (150 x 15cm).

The collection now boasts a selection of abstract, marble and terrazzo designs

What’s more, as reclaimed gym floors remain a popular choice across many sectors, Forbo has also introduced a range of bold and daring wooden planks that feature digitally-printed colourful strips, to help specifiers and end users easily recreate the desired gym floor look.

Reflecting a palette designed for a fresh new decade, the collection also hosts a wide selection of contemporary abstract, marble and terrazzo designs, as well as a new on-trend circle shape, which can be inlaid within the square tile format to create bespoke and individual floors.

Janet Lowe, head of marketing at Forbo Flooring Systems, said: “There’s an art to making a beautiful floor, that’s why our Allura team has worked hard to develop all of the new designs found within the collection, which not only reflect the latest trends found across all sectors, but provide specifiers and end users with solutions that will help them to transform rooms into inspirational spaces.”

In response to a global move to create better indoor environments, the effects of poor acoustics are becoming increasingly recognised, particularly within healthcare spaces, with research documenting the negative effects unwanted noise can have on occupants’ health and wellbeing.

Forbo has, therefore, also launched a new tackified Allura Decibel range, which has been developed to deliver 19 dB impact sound reduction, without compromising on aesthetics or ease of installation.

The new Decibel collection offers 30 tile and plank formats in a range of its own unique and contemporary designs and is the perfect sound reducing solution for all sectors. It is particularly suited to multi-occupancy buildings.

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