Restaurant Development & Design

NOV-DEC 2018

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N O V E M B E R / D E C E M B E R 2 0 1 8 • r e s t a u r a n t d e v e l o p m e n t + d e s i g n • 4 7 LVT Overprint Options The Aspecta One Ornamental LVT ooring collection's over- print designs — Damask, Malta and Masquerade — can be layered randomly on select Aspecta One planks and tiles to create custom looks. The Arabesque Malta motif shown here, dramatically overprinted on 4-foot Shipwright planks, evokes a Moorish inuence suitable for use with vintage, mid-century and contemporary interiors. Metroor www.aspectaooring.com Unpolished, Fabric-Finish Texture The Bohemia porcelain tile collection includes fabric-‚nish texture, earthy colors and large-format and mosaic sizes and trims. Field tiles come in 12-by-24-inch and 24-by-24-inch sizes. Options include bullnose and cove base trims as well as 3-by-3-inch and basket-weave mosaics. The eight colors come in a burlap-like, unpolished ‚nish that's durable and easy to maintain. Crossville www.crossville.com Metal-Look Porcelain Tile Flowtech porcelain tiles de‚ne the style of a public and private environment through an industrial appearance. The weather resistant tile comes in three color variants — burnished, russet and aged bronze — and in a variety of sizes, from large panels (up to 63 by 126 inches) to a number of smaller formats. Florim www.orim.com

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