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    Shaw carpet tile collection encourages experimentation with colours and sizes

    Shaw Contract

    Shaw Contract Group Australia has launched a new carpet tile collection that offers design flexibility with a broad choice of colours and two sizes.

    Color Frame Color Form, Shaw’s latest collection of carpet tiles, combines the new tile size of 23 x 91 cm with the standard 61 x 61 cm to allow design to be monochromatic subtle or make a progressive colour statement.

    Shaw Contract Group General Manager Paul McCosker explains that the Color Frame Color Form collection is available in two carpet tile sizes and an extensive colour palette of 36 colours ranging from brights to neutrals, presenting generous opportunities to coordinate with countless styles in Shaw’s larger product line.

    He observes that the versatility of the collection makes it ideal for all market segments, especially corporate office settings, education and government. The Color Frame style is also part of Shaw’s 2015 In Stock In Australia program, making the style ideal for design focused projects with tight lead times.

    Color Form tiles feature a simple and tailored, near solid pattern consisting of random linear lines, are available in 36 colours, and measure 23 x 91 cm and 17oz.

    Color Frame tiles feature a subtle non-directional, horizontal and vertical pattern, are available in 36 colours, and measure 61 x 61 cm and 18 oz.

    Made from premium Eco Solution Q nylon with EcoWorx tile backing, Color Frame Color Form is Cradle to Cradle Silver Certified, completely recyclable, and manufactured with recycled content. All carpet tile styles featuring Eco Solution Q nylon and EcoWorx tile backing are GECA certified and achieve a Green Star ‘Level A’ product rating according to the Green Building Council of Australia.

    Shaw offers a lifetime commercial warranty for the Color Frame Color Form carpet tile collection, assuring protection against abrasive wear, static build-up, tuft bind, edge ravel and delamination.

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