Flooring

Shaw Contract Adds New Carpet Tiles, LVT to Flooring Lineup

Shaw Contract has launched two new flooring lines for education institutions.

The first, Campus, is a Bauhaus-inspired collection of carpet tiles offering a range of patterns and tones for different spaces.

Campus is a Bauhaus-inspired collection of carpet tiles offering a range of patterns and tones for different spaces.

According to the company: "The modern campus is no longer just a place of learning or commerce, but a hub for innovation and inspiration. Rooted in patterns and tones that work across multi-use spaces, the No Rules carpet tiles meet the cycles of activity at the heart of any corporate or educational campus. From calm neutrals to corresponding, multi-colored brights, the Campus collection embraces the Bauhaus appreciation of bending the rules. Campus’ system of carpet tiles interweave the strands of creativity, contemplation, and collaboration with artistic intent to deliver designs that reflect the spirit of the modern campus."

Shaw also launched Compound + Cast, an LVT flooring collection "inspired by natural materials," according to the company. "Each style and colorway creates a palette of neutrals and colors that work together throughout your environment."

Shaw also launched Compound + Cast, an LVT flooring collection "inspired by natural materials," according to the company.

Designed for high-traffic areas, Compound + Cast includes a 20 mil wear layer and an ExoGuard+ topcoat. It requires no polishing, according to Shaw.

Both lines are available now. Further details can be found at www.shawcontract.com.

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