Sweden meets Italy in vibrant colour for the floor. Distinctive new patterns and colours make a punchy addition to Bolon’s Missoni collection of woven flooring.
22 November, 2019
The relationship between Swedish woven flooring company Bolon and the Italian fashion family Missoni has precipitated some bold, creative flooring collections over the years. The latest releases bring a particularly cheerful dose of colour.
Two new patterns have been revealed. One of them is Trinidad – a vibrant striped pattern familiar from one of Missoni Home’s rug designs. The other is Fireworks – a strong graphic pattern with a flowing gradient, which was inspired by one of Missoni Home’s signature fabrics.
“The 2019 collection is an eye-catching explosion of colours that will suit any interior project with a one-of-a-kind desire,” says Annica Eklund, Bolon’s Chief Creative Officer.
Additionally, Bolon’s classic Zigzag design is now available in three new colours: turquoise, green and red. Flame has been released in a pineapple hue, and Flame Patch is now available in three new colourways: lagoon, wood and black.
All designs are available from the roll except Flame Patch, which comes in 50 x 50cm tiles.
Says Rosita Missoni, “The novelties for 2019, such as the multicoloured Trinidad and black-and-white Fireworks inspired by the space-dyed fabrics of Missoni Home, offer additional unique touches to a collection that reflects the distinctive characteristics of Missoni.”
The collection is made in Sweden, contains recycled material, is easy to maintain, has a high-performance classification (33 Heavy Commercial) and a 15-year warranty.
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