|Installation Method||Glue Down|
|Material Type||Sheet Vinyl|
|Product Name||Calming Beige|
|Subfloor||Concrete, Wood, Vinyl, Hardwood, Ceramic|
Size/Thickness DifferencesIf you are considering installing this product next to, or together with an existing product it's important to understand that they may not match in size or thickness. Even if you get a sample, the samples may not be an exact representation of the locking mechanism or profile of your current materials. Please verify that the thickness and product codes match identical to the box or specifciations of your existing floor. If you order the wrong material it may be returnable in some cases, but there will be a 35% restocking fee.
Reflecting in the Movement
The Asana collection combines soft, subtle patterns and calming colorways to create spaces of serenity. Embracing the Japanese concept of Kanso, the designs within this collection focus on simplicity and aim to improve the patient experience and quality of stay.
- Allure: Allure embraces the movement of a gentle breeze over calm water with soothing wave-like patterns throughout. The intentionally asymmetric patterns bring forth a sense of warmth and comfort atop the cooler, textured undertones.
- Hillier: Available in four serene colorways, the Hillier design features a terrazzo-inspired visual in tonal neutrals to induce feelings of relief and relaxation in healing spaces.
- Namaste: Available in four calming colorways, Namaste draws inspiration from the soft, circular patterns left behind in the raked sands of Japanese Zen Gardens.
Low Maintenance, Superior Durability
Manufactured in Stillwater, Oklahoma, with Diamond 10 Technology, Asana is engineered to stand up to the wear and tear of commercial settings. This low maintenance solution eliminates the need for polish, is scratch and stain resistant, and features reinforced calendared layers for protection from rips, tears, and gouges. Asana is available in multiple widths – 6, 9, and 12-foot rolls – to provide installation and design flexibility. Larger roll widths can reduce the number of seams in corridors, under patient beds, and in large open areas.