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 • 5 1 New Slip-Resistant Flooring Colors Slip-resistant Altro Stronghold 30 features ve new colors suitable for a variety of kitchen applications. The line's 3mm thickness aids with noise reduction and comfort underfoot. Altro www.altrooors.com Marble-Look Porcelain Tile Iris Ceramica introduces Marmi 3.0, a marble-look porce- lain. With light-lled spaces as the canvas, the veins and visual intrigue of marble combine with glossy tiles in modern hues for a new material perspective. Available in two nishes — natural (honed) or glossy (polished) — with a 9mm thick- ness in eight marble-like shades. Tile dimensions include 24 by 24, 23 by 12 and 24 by 48 inches. Iris Ceramica www.transceramica.com Decorative Sheet Vinyl DecorArt Rejuvenations Šooring, a vinyl sheet collection from Armstrong, now includes a range of updated designs that deliver enhanced realistic visual impact and long-lasting performance. The line also features Armstrong Flooring's scratch- and stain-resistant coating. Available in three collec- tions — TimberLine, StoneRun and textile-inspired Ambigu (pictured) — the line merges commercial and residential aesthetics, cross pollinating colors and textures for a variety of choices. Armstrong Flooring www.armstrongooring.com

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