Nolan UDA Pty Ltd has introduced two new carpet tiles to its TOLI carpet collection inspired by the look of distressed timber and concrete.
Contemporary design concepts are often based on a building’s original fittings, especially in commercial and hospitality environments. Though elements such as aged timber and exposed brick styles can give contemporary design a whole new perspective, they also present limitations in terms of functionality.
Nolan UDA’s new flooring addition, Veniche is a range of carpet tiles inspired by distressed timber to complement this contemporary styling trend while bringing the warmth and acoustic benefits of carpet to the interior.
Nolan UDA’s TOLI collection includes a carpet tile range that embraces the aging process of concrete. Mortarclay carpet tiles are also inspired by the trend to use aged structures and minimalist spaces as focal points for contemporary design and are available in a choice of four unique colours. Mortarclay complements the hard surfaces often associated with minimalist design.
Image: Veniche is a range of carpet tiles inspired by distressed timber