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Form Collection by Amtico

Mixology North21 Awards Finalist – Product of the Year: Flooring

10/11/2021 1 min read

Amtico’s new Form collection is a hardwearing LVT, designed with a variety of commercial environments in mind, including hospitality, retail and office settings. The collection is also highly tactile and textured, offering all the charm and characteristics of natural materials.

The Form collection consists of three key textures: Natural Wood Grain brings the sensation, subtlety and impact of real timber with authentic grain textures in seven colours; Artisan Emboss Wood, a hand-scraped surface texture provides a dense detail found in time-worn, deeply weathered wood, which is available 23 colours; and Ceramic Emboss, a smooth, subtle surface texture that’s closer to fine ceramic and enhances the natural variations of Form’s contemporary palette of six stones.

 

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