When you hear the word “essence”, what comes to mind? What does it really mean?
Simply defined, essence means the basic, real and invariable nature of a thing or its significant individual feature or features.
This is quite a mouthful. Let’s consider an example. To say, freedom is the very essence of our democracy, gives you an idea of the true meaning of the word. Essence is really the core, the substance that makes it real, something’s character and quality. The very explanation above applies to a remarkable product range that FloorworX stocks and is happy to promote.
The Desso Essence Structure carpet range has been created with versatility in mind. It is also hard-wearing, highly functional and provides a financially affordable option for long lasting flooring solutions. Essence Structure takes on an organic form, with an infinite series of fading lines. Its “stone-washed” look is achieved through the juxtaposition of light and dark tones. Seven neutrals, including beiges and greys, create a subtle but interesting effect, while five more vibrant options –blue, teal, deep orange, bright orange and green – make for bold, statement flooring.
As the building block of the range, Essence is a strikingly simple flooring solution providing an endless creative scope for commercial interiors.
The advantages of this range include:
– Easy to handle and install;
– Improves acoustics in your unique environment;
– Offers thermal comfort; increased safety and durability; and
– Is stain and soil resistant, and also features fire retardant qualities.
Coming in a standard 50x50cm size, FloorworX currently has excellent stock availability for the two darker colours in the range namely 9501 and 9503. Be sure to visit us at www.floorworx.co.za to view these and many more exciting flooring solutions, as well as to find contact details for our teams in your region.
Explore your own essence in a creative and unique way.
For more information, contact FloorworX on Tel: +27 (11) 406 4024 or via www.floorworx.co.za.
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