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FLOR’s recycled carpet squares bring endless design to every room

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FLOR’s recycled carpet squares bring endless design to every room

FLOR carpet squares break the mold on everything traditional roll out carpeting was meant to be. Instead of spending years with the same flooring and then ditching carpet to the landfill when it’s time to be replaced, FLOR carpet systems offer versatility in the form of squares you can fashion into any space. We can’t wait to get our hands on the 100 percent renewable, recycled and recyclable carpet tiles at the upcoming BKLYN Designs showcase kicking off this week, May 8–10, 2015.

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The company adheres to a strict design and sustainability philosophy that supports the ever-changing lifestyles of their customers, and the need for solutions that are also easy on the environment. No matter your design taste there’s a FLOR in store for you. Designs run the gamut—from vintage brocade to mod and bold, and intricate geometric shapes to modern patterns, you have the freedom to bring new energy into every room.

Transforming each FLOR system of carpet squares into a runner, full rug or wall-to-wall design is effortless. Each square is secured without nails, padding or smelly glue with FLORdots that interlock to hold custom carpet creations intact. We’re stoked to see the “Made to Matter” collection that boasts recycled nylon squares made right here in America.

Ready to redecorate or recycle your FLOR? Simply lift, package, and mail it back to the company headquarters (they’ll cover the shipping). Your old FLOR will become a post-consumer recycled material in someone else’s new FLOR. We’ll leave the recycling technology talk to the experts, so be sure to ask about it when you attend BKLYN Designs this week.


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