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Goodbye carpeting, welcome textile floors!

I must say, the carpeting has lost its charm over the years: difficult to clean and bearer of dust, germs and mites. But as the carpeting is considered the evolution of the rug, it too has undergone a revolution. Such as? It has become textile flooring. Textile floors are a real trend in living today: warm, soft, easy to clean and to lay, very light and non-invasive. 

In the photo: textile floor used for Selva's exhibithion stand at Salone del Mobile 2019 in Milan


Textile floors are treated like tiles and have the advantage of having reduced thickness (2-4 mm), so they are very useful for renovations thanks to the flexibility of the material, which can be easily bent.

Floors, walls, ceilings: this textile covering is ideal for any surface, making it interesting and contemporary. I want to mention in particular the TATAMI from Sughero Puro Italian company, with a cork surface on the back that softens the noise of the trampling and above all acts as a thermal insulator.

Thanks to the availability of different modules different effects can be obtained: with the application of the roll, the surface will be continuous and homogeneous, with the laying of square elements, a more geometric and fun impression will be obtained.

In the photo: textile floor by Sughero Puro


Another great advantage of textile flooring is its versatility. They can be installed in domestic environments, but also in contract spaces such as hotels or public places. The vast variety of colors, textures and finishes completes the versatility of this new coating, allowing for extreme customization.
The only limit is fantasy!

In the photos: Tatami product in square format by Sughero Puro