Parquet, Wood & Laminate Flooring
Solid floors, the natural way. Exhibitors in this display category will demonstrate how nature and technical innovation are making inroads into both residential housing and development projects.
Classic among Floor Coverings
A classic among floor coverings – products in this segment continue to remain highly popular with consumers and architects. And it’s no wonder, since parquet, wood and high-quality laminate flooring visibly increase the value of residential and commercial interiors. With their elegant appearance and natural feel, these floors lend every interior a lively warmth, coziness and atmosphere, providing a basis for style-conscious interior design.
Unlimited design options
Rustic plank or dark smoked oak, light and soaped pine, noble inlaid parquet or laminate flooring with natural grain and a plank-type look – the design options with wood and laminate floors are varied. Manufacturers in this segment are offering a wide variety of grains, structures, colors and shapes.
Increasingly, manufacturers are responding to requests for individualization and allowing their customers to choose from a wide range of innovative patterns, structures and colors – offering architects and planners as well as craftspeople, retailers and consumers a wealth of choices.
The team of the two European associations is looking forward to informing visitors and discussing products and markets. The EPLF is particularly involved with the plans of the association and its members to communicate the diverse, also ecological and sustainable properties of the laminate flooring to consumers even more closely in the future.
At the MMFA, visitors want to impart detailed knowledge about the still young and dynamically developing MMF floors. The awareness of the diverse and quite different possible uses creates the basis for the correct selection of the right floor for every project.
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