Just last month, sustainable flooring manufacturer Tarkett unveiled a new collection called nowHAUS. Designed by Tarkett’s hospitality creative director Amy Jaekel, the collection celebrates the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus movement with new flooring inspired by its iconic shapes and patterns. The bold new designs are the perfect combination of handmade craftsmanship and innovative technology that lend well to all kinds of applications. The nowHAUS collection is available in Tarkett’s tufted broadloom and Axminster carpet patterns, and high-definition digitally printed LVT, all of which coordinate seamlessly when used together.
Tarkett Introduces nowHAUS: A Bauhaus-Inspired Flooring Collection
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