Armstrong Releases ‘Rejuvenations’, a Sophisticated Vinyl Flooring Line
- Sep 13, 2011
Lancaster, Pa.—Armstrong Commercial Flooring has released a sophisticated and versatile line of vinyl floor coverings that can bring a long lasting visual impact to any interior.
Each sheet begins with real stone, wood or tile that is digitally reproduced on a world-class scanner. The images are tweaked and toned to provide the most life-like and aesthetically pleasing vinyl sheets when printed. The end result is three distinct collections of flooring solutions that can enter any design project across the full spectrum of commercial real estate.
“We’re focused on helping our customers create the right environment and the right experience for those who will be in these spaces,” says Di Anna Borders, principal designer at Armstrong. “Lots of spaces may be similar, but every design solution is unique.”
The Ambigu collection is the most trend-forward style of the three, and includes tweed, pearlized and end-cut wood grain visuals. The StoneRun line features the look of travertine and concrete. The TimberLine collection presents realistic wood looks that range from tradition maple, oak, walnut and cherry to more exotic woods like merabau and bamboo.
All styles offered in the Rejuvenations lines are part of the Armstrong Continuum, a collective of products that are made to coordinate in both color and design. While the range of products in the new vinyl flooring lines is extremely wide, many of the styles can be combined in a single space to achieve powerful results.
Although Armstrong is billing the line as the perfect choice for Healthcare (where porous surfaces are a no-no and durability is key), such an exquisite attention to detail and forwardness in design makes many of the styles more than suitable for modern apartment lobbies, hallways and common areas. The sheets have a low-maintenance, UV-cured polyurethane coating that eliminates the need to polish or spray buff—a nice features considering the amount of money property management can save on maintenance.
On the green side, Armstrong sheet products are also low VOC emissions – third-party FloorScore certified to California Section 01350. They also comply with LEED EQ4.3 for Indoor Air Quality.