Karndean Designflooring introduces Kaleidoscope Floorstyle


New range designed for statement floor designs

Karndean Designflooring is introducing its sophisticated Kaleidoscope Floorstyle tool for architects, interior designers, and flooring contractors looking to create a bespoke floor design.

A user-friendly interactive specification tool; Kaleidoscope Floorstyle features all six geometric Kaleidoscope designs - Apex, Cubix, Pyramid, Tripoint, Pennon and Hexa - with over 100 colourways to choose from in established wood and stone designs.

Empowering architects and interior designers at the point of specification; users can select from various commercial spaces including office, restaurant, and retail, and try out different laying patterns, angles, and colourways to create their Kaleidoscope floor design.

“Kaleidoscope has taken the design community to the next level and enabled specifiers to create a unique floor design with shapes and patterns at the forefront,” said Matthew Speck, commercial sales director of Karndean Designflooring

“Kaleidoscope Floorstyle allows the design community to take control and visualise their bespoke designs in an easy to use online tool. There’s no limit on the number of design combinations, and with 100 colourways to choose from, designers can push the boundaries to create a statement floor.”

Once Kaleidoscope designs have been created, users can save their favourite combinations and add free samples to their basket on Karndean.com. There’s also a CAD service, allowing users to transfer designs to an external CAD or 3D modelling programme.

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Kaleidoscope by Karndean Designflooring contains popular shapes and patterns, such as hexagons, chevrons and cubes, to name but a few, that can be cut in several colour combinations across Karndean’s established wood and stone designs. Kaleidoscope also introduces block colourways, giving designers the ability to specify bright colours against wood and stone for added visual interest in commercial spaces.