The latest range from Interface is designed to help you create memorable spaces.
3 August, 2012
Interface’s Red Carpet Collection is conceptually driven by the very nature of red carpets, which are known for lending a sense of power and prestige to a space.
There are three styles – Reduce, Redesign and Redeliver – and a host of colours, textures and patterns to choose from. And because the styles offer similar patterns with increasing intensity, they can easily be combined as ‘partner products’.
The soft variations between each design also makes zoning simple where a strong pattern like Redesign can be used to demarcate a meeting area while a less intense pattern can go to line a hallway.
There are 28 colours per style and naturally, all styles come in the signature bright red hue made especially for highlighting insets of carpet installations. In addition, the collection’s thick plush texture – a result of combining looped and sheared yarn – makes this an ideal option also for uses outside the office.
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