This Colorful Vinyl Tile Is a Pixellated Rainbow For Your Floors
The resurgence of the retro-style 8-bit art in the gaming industry serves as the design inspiration behind this spirited, multi-colored vinyl flooring collection by Atrafloor, a new custom printed flooring concept. Named Censor, the pixel pattern is a modern spin on the nostalgic graphic style that’s perfectly suitable for someone in search of a less traditional tile design.
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In an effort to prove that “the passion for pixel design isn’t dead,” Atrafloor has plenty of options to help create rooms that make you love vinyl flooring, including a bright, multi-hued version to add a bit of pizzazz to any kids’ space, as well as alternate color palettes for kitchens, bathrooms and utility rooms.
In addition to Censor, other standout patterns offered by Atrafloor include: Aran, a highly durable grey knit effect flooring that works well in homes and office spaces; Boardwalk, a wooden plank vinyl flooring that’s photo-realistic and high-definition; Constellations, a celestial design that’s perfect for kids’ rooms or play areas. It features a clear night sky with constellations set against a dark background; Carousel, a playful, mutli-colored geometric pattern with an overlay effect; and City Life, a kid-centric, interactive depiction of a toy town, complete with an airport, a castle, skyscapers and factories.
All flooring is made to order and approximately $7 per square foot.
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