We are celebrating the understated colour tones found in natural limestone by introducing five new stone designs to our modern Korlok collection.
Warmer underfoot and easier to maintain that natural stone, our new 18” x 24” tiles are the perfect choice for large and open plan spaces.
Our Korlok stone palette includes a range of silvery and warm mid-greys, muted and soft neutrals and honey-colours. From the striking charcoal-grey tones of Volcanic Black to the elegant Frosted Stone with its beautiful chalky limestone effect, there’s a tone to match traditional and contemporary interiors alike.
Above image features Urban Grey RKT2402
Our collection also features Urban Grey and Metro Grey with its contrasting warm, mid-grey colourways, and Cotswold Stone reminiscent of the dry-stone walls and honey-coloured cottages found in the beautiful Cotswolds.
As it clicks and locks into place without the use of adhesive, Korlok features K-Core® technology meaning it can be fitted over most existing subfloors, floorboards or ceramics. With excellent acoustic benefits reducing sound transfer to rooms below by 21dB, Korlok is fast becoming the format of choice for home designers looking to boost wellness and achieve a healthy home.
Above image features Cotswold Stone RKT2405
“Our new limestone inspired stones are perfect if you’re looking to create a neutral backdrop in your home,” commented Stella Coyle, national retail sales manager of Karndean Designflooring.
She said: “Each design can be perfectly paired with a wide range of trends including Scandi, modern industrial and minimalist to name but a few.
Above image features Volcanic Black RKT2406
“It also means those faced with the challenge of an uneven subfloor or existing ceramic floor, now have the option of a stone in a convenient rigid core design. We hope home designers love the soft tones of our new Korlok designs as much as we do.”
To ensure a seamless finish, our Korlok wood and stone designs also come with a set of complementary colour matched scotias and white paintable scotia and skirting board.
Why not try out our new stone designs out in your own home using Floorstyle?