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Patcraft Carpet Tile Collection

Raw Elements Revealed in Patcraft Carpet Tile Collection

Patcraft introduces Deconstructed Metal, a carpet tile collection created through patent-pending manufacturing technology that exposes the primary backing as part of the product design. Inspired by a study of transparency, Deconstructed Metal products highlight patterns that emerge through exposed primary backing and a variation in fiber pile heights. Available in 12”x48” tiles in two styles (Metallic Alchemy and Alloy Shimmer), the tiles of the collection are comprised of six different yarn combinations (Quartz, Nickle, Patina, Cobalt, Onyx, and Antique) and three metallic backings (titanium, bronze, and graphite) for a total of 18 colors.

“Deconstructed Metal builds on the success of our Deconstructed Black collection,” said Shannon Cochran, Patcraft vice president of creative and design. “We incorporated a completely new primary backing into our system and collaborated with new partners to bring a sense of subtle opulence into the collection. The products highlight the use of metallic details within a variety of commercial and hospitality spaces.”

Constructed with Solution Q Extreme and EcoWorx backing, Deconstructed Metal is Cradle-to-Cradle certified. Products are also backed with a lifetime warranties against stain, colorfastness to light, and static and abrasive wear.

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