Surface Values

The latest materials and finishes bring together great aesthetics, high performance, and smart technology.

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Carnegie Cache Wallcovering

This felt wallcovering in deep neutral colors has layers of stitching to create three-dimensional embroidered stripes.

Brentano Discovery Collection

Patterned like formal European gardens, these textiles (Parterre shown here) are light-fast, antibacterial, and bleach cleanable.

Cosentino Silestone Nebula Code

This collection of quartz surfacing has five colors inspired by the appearance of natural stone. The product is naturally non-porous and never needs to be sealed, and has high scratch, stain, and heat resistance.

Wilsonart Old Mill Oak Laminate

Old Mill Oak is a high-pressure laminate that recreates reclaimed wood from an old mill in Northeast America. It’s part of a collection of 12 designs that feature AEON technology to resist scratches and everyday wear.

Shaw Contract Group Virtual Spaces

These graphic tile patterns evoke the digital dimension. They are constructed using 100-percent-recyclable Solution Q Extreme nylon and EcoWorx tile backing.

Tagina Dot-to-Dot Tile

Custom facade design can be created with these “ceramic pixels for architecture,” using an algorithm that translates the colors of an image into pixels of different shapes.

Bentley Western Edge Collection

This collection of commercial carpets is inspired by the American Southwest and the radiant energy of the Mojave Desert. The carpets (Salt Creek shown here) feature Antron Lumena 895 fine denier, solution-dyed yarns.

41Zero42 Muro41 Tiles

The two-by-nine inch Muro41 tiles come in four colors—lava, olive, silver, and milk. Made of artisanal colored-body extruded porcelain, they are intended to coordinate with 41zero42’s existing collection, Jumble. 

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