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TAKE A HEALTHIER PATH WITH ENOMER® FLOORS

Colors as a source of wellbeing and comfort HEALTH & WELLNESS | 4

AGE IS THE NEW BLACK AGING POPULATION | 24

AN ENCOURAGING, VERSATILE AND RELAXED LEARNING AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT CITIZEN EMPOWERMENT | 34


Natural Wellbeing Finnish nature is a source of tranquility and inspiration. Life in the harsh conditions of the North inspires sustainable innovations and the clean environment teaches us to appreciate clean indoor air. Safe and healthy choices help us create a calming atmosphere for hospitals, schools, and day care centers. It promotes the wellbeing of patients, nurses, doctors, children and teachers. Wellbeing is the path to a better life…for everyone. That is why we have Enomer®.

Promoting clean indoor air The extremely durable, scratch and chemical-resistant Enomer® flooring solutions are the path to a life without PVC and plasticizers. Clean Enomer® flooring plays a part in maintaining a higher indoor air quality for healthy breathing. We can achieve superior results in wellbeing through close cooperation between builders, architects, and designers. Durable flooring offers superb product properties without compromising environmental values or safety. Enomer® flooring is made with natural materials and clean polymers, this makes it an excellent choice for day cares, schools, hospitals, health centers and offices. All Enomer® floors are mutually compatible therefore you can design your floor freely, playing with patterns and color combinations. Enomer® colour stories have been made in cooperation with Jaana Beidler and Tiina Aarras from Bright Design. The Finnish Enomer® flooring is easy to clean and install while keeping low maintenance costs. Naturally.

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TAKE A HEALTHIER PATH WITH ENOMER® FLOORS 4–5

HEALTH & WELLNESS

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Color design

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Neutrals, Light & bright

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Calming serenity palette 1

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Calming serenity palette 2

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Calming serenity palette 3

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Calming serenity palette 4

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Calming serenity palette 5

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Energizing palette 1

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Energizing palette 2

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Energizing palette 3

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AGING POPULATION

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Color design

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Senior palette 1

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Senior palette 2

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Senior palette 3

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CITIZEN ENPOWERMENT

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Color design

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Education palette 1

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Education palette 2

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Education palette 3

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Coworking palette 1

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Coworking palette 2

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ENOMER® ZERO SHEET

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ENOMER® ZERO TILE

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ENOMER® ZERO SOUND

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ENOMER® XPRESSION

The palette samples of the color selection in the magazine are from the Enomer® Zero Sheet collection. The colors shown in the magazine may differ from actual product colors for printing technology reasons.

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Colors as a source of wellbeing and comfort Nature makes us strong, and colors inspired by nature have the same effect. We can make public spaces more comfortable by bringing nature colors indoors. We can even make hospitals look more pleasant and less clinical with professional color design. This also shows the significance of the color of flooring on our wellbeing. Zero Sheet

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For hospitals, the choice was Zero Sheet flooring that is especially durable and resistant to harsh chemicals. The ionomer reinforced surface prevents dirt from penetrating the floor, and rubber wheels will not stain the floor, for example. 1.

COLOR DESIGN

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Energy and stimulation

Calm and tranquility

Rich colors and vivid graphics as well as patterns promote and stimulate positive interaction in the lobbies, corridors and waiting areas of hospitals and health centers. We should think carefully about colors in hospital rooms, with patients’ mental and physical wellbeing in mind. Bright colors and bold contrasts create a friendly and happy atmosphere and promote healing in short-stay wards.

When choosing colors for hospital rooms, we should think about the wellbeing of patients but also their families and visitors. Light, neutral tones and cool colors are recommended for long-term wards, as they are harmonious and calming. This helps patients ease their spirits and prevents unnecessary agitation. Broken colors help create a calm and trouble-free atmosphere. Cool colors, such as blue and blueish green shades, promote tranquility and serenity.


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4. 1.–3. Jorvi Hospital, Espoo, Finland. Zero Sheet 5704, 5729, 5752, 5762. 4. Queen Silvia’s Hospital for Children and Young People (Drottning Silvias barn- och ungdomssjukhus), Gothenburg, Sweden. Zero Sheet 5702, 5703, 5728 and 5763.

Functionality

Brand personality

Patients, visitors and even staff members may get lost in large hospitals. Using colors connected to the various areas of the hospital to mark routes and identify locations may offer directional anchor points. For example, different floor and wall colors can be used for each ward; this makes it easier to picture the different wings and sections of the building. Flooring is excellent for improving route marking and the identification of locations.

When you step into a new space, you notice the color first. This instantly leads to either a positive or a negative feeling about the environment, facility or brand – often unconsciously. Color design is a tool for creating a coherent and identifiable brand identity for the interior design that will reinforce, form or complement the brand message. Colors symbolize what a brand represents: colors give a brand character and a customer promise. Enomer® magazine |

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Neutrals Footprints in light-colored sand are calming and it is not the beach alone that creates the effect. Light flooring have been a significant trend. They reflect more light and brighten up the room. In a hospital environment, patients connect white or light shades to cleanliness and hygiene. EnomerÂŽ flooring is repels dirt and extremely chemical resistant, this connection is more than an image.

Zero Sheet

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5764

5711

5723

5702

TyĂśplus, Occupational health care, Uusikaarlepyy. Zero Tile 5123.

You should avoid using just one color. By using several shades of color in a space, we can make sure that the environment remains visually interesting. The balance between warm, cool and neutral colors is key to effective color design in a healthcare environment.

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Light & bright Zero Sheet

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Queen Silvia’s Hospital for Children and Young People (Drottning Silvias barn- och ungdomssjukhus), Gothenburg, Sweden. Zero Sheet 5702. The safe and healthy Zero Sheet is the perfect choice for the demanding hospital environment. Enomer® flooring is extremely chemical resistant and does not encourage bacterial growth. This makes it very easy to keep the floor clean.

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HEALTH & WELLNESS Calming serenity palette 1

Calming serenity palette 1 Caring is relaxing. Bright Design have studied the effect of color on people and recommend minimal solutions with clean lines and a calming, light and neutral color palette with harmonious hues for the rooms of long-term patients. However, some color variation is required in order to achieve a visual balance and to avoid monotony.

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5702


Calming serenity palette 2

Calming serenity palette 2 Finnish nature is a source of calm and inspiration. Nature was also the inspiration for the natural color palette of EnomerÂŽ flooring that combines the hues and colors of trees, plants, rocks and sand. Clean indoor air, safety, durability and scratch-resistance are important factors when choosing flooring materials for spaces where people spend a lot of time. That is why we created EnomerÂŽ.

Zero Sheet

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HEALTH & WELLNESS Calming serenity palette 3

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Calming serenity palette 3 We can feel and sense the serene effect of calm waterways at sunset. The same balance of warm, cool and light colors is at the core of successful color design for healthcare environments – in the rooms of long-term patients, in particular. Harmonious and cool shades of water, such as blue and turquoise, can be combined to this palette of light, warm and calming colors.

Zero Sheet

5724

5754 / 5758

5753

5723

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5711

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HEALTH & WELLNESS Calming serenity palette 4

Calming serenity palette 4 Soft pink and yellow hues add character to the space. EnomerÂŽ- flooring comes in a variety of colors for creating different atmospheres.

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HEALTH & WELLNESS Calming serenity palette 5

The floors are a combination of the Zero Sheet and Xpression collections. It is easy to keep the floor surfaces clean, which helps keep the overall look of the premises calm and harmonious. The neutral tones selected from the wide variety of colors will withstand time and create a serene atmosphere in the premises.

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The innovative and durable EnomerÂŽ flooring is very easy to clean, and the products in this collection can easily be combined.

Calming serenity palette 5 Nature remains a popular theme and it is central in bringing aesthetics to healthcare environments. There is a good reason for that: nature has a healing effect.

Zero Sheet

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5729 / 5725

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HEALTH & WELLNESS Energizing palette 1

The Zero Sheet and Xpression collections, Salpausselkä School, Lahti, Finland

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“Adding a contrast in the colors and hues used in the space stimulates the brain and encourages action. Selecting colors from the opposite sides of the color wheel maximizes the effect. A good example of this is combining the blue with the warm orange. This is a good choice for short-term wards, gyms and other common areas.” – Jaana Beidler, Color and Sensorial Designer, Bright Design

Energizing palette 1 Zero Sheet

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5753

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HEALTH & WELLNESS Energizing palette 2

Energizing palette 2 Red color has a similar effect on people as the sun. Hues from pink to strong reds and even orange feel pleasant, as they create a stimulating environment. Red stands out and energizes your mind.

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HEALTH & WELLNESS Energizing palette 3

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1. Zero Tile 5163. 2. Zero Sheet 5765. 3. Jorvi Hospital, Espoo, Finland. Zero Sheet 5752 and 5762.

Energizing palette 3 The healing effect of the color green also works well in healthcare premises. Green colors are often connected to trees and leaves.

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5766

5758

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AGE IS THE NEW BLACK The visual and cognitive problems of the elderly become worse when products and environments are light and soft in color or when there is little contrast. Design plays an important role in making the life of seniors easier. Well-designed senior environments use colors in a functional manner. Colors represent easy and natural movements that support the independence and interaction of seniors.

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COLOR DESIGN

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Rich colors

Strong and warm

Rich and full colors and added contrasts enhance the perceptive skills of those with visual and cognitive impairments. Basic colors, such as blue, red, green, yellow, black and white are effective. Neutral and soft pastel colors should be avoided, as seniors may find them difficult to perceive. Dark floors may cause anxiety and confusion: a dark surface may look like a hole in the floor.

Strong and warm colors stimulate the brains of the elderly. Yellow and red tones are the most noticeable and stand out the most: for example, research has shown that the use of red colors has had positive and cheerful effects on patients in nursing homes. People remember colorful things better than black and white things; this suggests that color has a special role in human memory. Colors enrich and define memory traces; green has been found to have a particular effect on memory.


Light Good lighting is as important as light-colored floors and the use of contrasts. On average, older people need three times more light to be able to see as well as younger people. In addition, older people are more sensitive to glares. Good lighting helps patients in their everyday activities. At the same time, it is an important element in dementia-friendly design.

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AGING POPULATION

Senior palette 1

Zero Tile 5143, 5102.

Senior palette 1 A calming environment improves the wellbeing of patients, nurses and doctors but it does not mean that bright colors are banned. Shades of yellow and red are easy to distinguish. Red colors have a positive and stimulating impact on senior living facilities.

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With the Zero Tiles, it is possible to create a finished and seamless look for lobbies and corridors without welded seams.

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Senior palette 2

Senior palette 2 Red and green are known complementary colors. It is probably no coincidence that the sense of sight of humans and animals is sensitive to noticing red strawberries and raspberries among green leaves. Green is the color of vitality and growth and it has a stimulating effect on people.

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The shape of the Zero Tile is perfect for creating patterns. Shapes and patterns can also be used to create guiding details.

1. Zero Tile 5163 and 5162.

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2. Jorvi Hospital, Espoo, Finland. Zero Sheet 5762.

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Senior palette 3

Senior palette 3 “Adding contrasting colors or using accent colors are ways of stimulating the brain and encouraging activities. For maximum impact, we can choose complementary colors off the color wheel, such as blue and orange, or yellow and purple, as in this palette. These are ideal color combinations for senior citizens with visual cognitive restrictions,� says Jaana Beidler from Bright Design.

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1. Zero Tile 5158, 5154 and 5176. 2. Zero Tile 5159 and 5176. 3. Kreisschulzentrum Offenburg Schule, Offenburg, Germany. Zero Sheet 5732. Effective color design creates an inspiring and individual environment that brings joy to people using the premises.

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CITIZEN EMPOWERMENT

An encouraging, versatile and relaxed LEARNING AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT The classic classroom layout based on rows of desks and a teacher lecturing at the front has been proved ineffective. Still, majority of teaching takes place using this old authoritative method. Research has shown that, in addition to shapes, patterns and lighting, color enriches a learning environment and affects the emotions, efficiency, and heart rate of students.

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A healthy environment is important for growing children. A calm atmosphere promotes learning.

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CITIZEN EMPOWERMENT

Day Care Centre Pikkureppu, Pori, Finland. Different patterns were created using the shapes and colours of the Zero Sheet collection.

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COLOR DESIGN

Happy day care years Colors are especially important to children: they may have a huge impact on their mentality. Bright colors, reds, oranges and yellows in particular, stimulate the brain and encourage play. Playing is one of the key learning methods for children of day care and preschool age. Research has shown that the best and happiest learning environments for children comprise the full spectrum of colors.

Childhood and teenage years “Fortunately, children aged 6–18 tend to prefer and love rich colors,” Jaana Beidler says, pleased. Bright Design studied the effect of colors on people. According to Beidler, children perform better in reading tests, for example, in environments with vivid colors. It has been shown that students make fewer calculating errors and spelling mistakes in red environments and the most in white environments.

Nature and greenery There has also been research into the effect of nature on children. According to research, children with ADHD showed fewer symptoms after they had spent time in nature or in an environment with plenty of green colors. According to certain color studies, exposure to the color green may improve students’ performance in creativity-related tasks.

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Education palette 1

Education palette 1 When it comes to children’s imagination, the sky is the limit. In a playful, natural indoor environment, you can see yourself making sand cakes, playing with rocks, exploring forests and going for a swim. Color research indicates that the green may improve students’ performance in creativity-related tasks.

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1. Pajala Day Care Centre, Kaustinen, Finland. Zero Sheet 5722, 5763. 2 and 4. Munsala School, Uusikaarlepyy, Finland. The Zero Sound flooring installed in the classrooms provides excellent acoustic insulation, diminishing the sound of foot traffic. 3. Byleskolan, Täby, Sweden. Zero Sound 5822. A serene atmosphere has been created on the premises, promoting student learning and reducing stress, headaches and sleep disorders. The Zero Sound flooring installed in the classrooms and corridors minimizes the sound of steps.

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Education palette 2

1. Pajala Day Care Centre, Kaustinen, Finland. Zero Sheet 5732 and 5722. 2. Zero 5732 and 5775. 3. . Day Care Centre Pikkureppu, Pori, Finland. Zero Sheet 5716 and 5728. The cheery atmosphere of the day care centre is created with the bright colours of the Zero Sheet flooring 4. The Zero Sheet and Xpression collection. Salpausselkä School, Lahti, Finland. Zero Sheet 5744 and Xpression 1521.

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The M1-rated Enomer® ensures excellent indoor air. The VOC emissions of Enomer® flooring are extremely low.

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Education palette 2 Red and orange colors are warm and inspiring. They stimulate and activate people. Colors also affect children’s behavior and learning: research has shown that children’s performance in an arm strength test was the best in a pink room, poorer in a blue room and the poorest in grey rooms.

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Education palette 3

Education palette 3 More subtle pastel hues also have a place - in learning environments. Light colors and harmonious interiors generate a tranquility, a much-needed element in the hectic school world.

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5702


Zero Sheet 5756 and 5753.

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Coworking palette 1

Salpausselkä School, Lahti, Finland. Zero Sheet 5744, Xpression 1525.

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Coworking palette 1 According to a survey conducted by the Forbes magazine in the US, only 13% of employees in the world are committed to their work. A well-designed working environment is encouraging, versatile and relaxed. It nurtures the community spirit and encourages inclusion. In the working life, coworking spaces created through a common culture for individual operators has proved to be efficient and innovative.

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5745

5743

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Coworking palette 2

Coworking palette 2 Sitting is the newest bad habit. Today, modern and adjustable working spaces with their versatile meeting areas or quiet areas provide a good platform for work that requires creative thinking. Work spaces that focus on operations - co-working spaces - often use elements from nature. And bringing nature into the workplace has proved useful: it has improved productivity and mental wellbeing. Nature can be visible in green colors, natural light or other natural elements and natureinspired color choices. An inspiring design promotes creativity.

“The best coworking spaces have plenty of personality and character. They are inviting and lively, and they feel like home. Color plays an important role in creating an environment that promotes working, but also in communication, creativity and positive thinking. Neutral, light colors, such as white, cream and grey are no longer current without bold shades and significant design details. Surprises are in.� –Tiina Aarras, Color and Material Designer

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1.–3. The Zero Sheet and Xpression collections, Salpausselkä School, Lahti, Finland. Image 1: Xpression 1525. Image 2: Zero Sheet 5753 and Xpression 1521. Image 3: Zero Sheet 5762 and Xpression 1521.

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Enomer® Zero Sheet The Zero Sheet collection includes more than 50 colors. The wide range of colors in the Zero product family allows you to get creative, there is almost no limit to the combinations.

5701 Pearl NCS S 1500-N

5702 Cape Cod NCS S 2500-N

5703 Pewter NCS S 4500-N

5704 Stone Grey NCS S 6000-N

5705 Graphite NCS S 7500-N

5706 Midnight NCS S 8502-B

5711 Silver Grey NCS S 3000-N

5712 Concrete NCS S 3502-Y

5713 Granite NCS S 4502-Y

5714 Ice Grey NCS S 2502-B

5715 Meteorite NCS S 3502-B

5716 Stormy NCS S 6502-B

5721 Moon Rock NCS S 1505-Y30R

5722 Dusty NCS S 2005-Y30R

5723 Morocco NCS S 4010-Y30R

5724 Corundum NCS S 6005-Y50R

5725 Shell NCS S 1515-Y10R

5726 Canary NCS S 1040-G90Y

5727 Hummus NCS S 1030-Y

5728 Mayan Maize NCS S 1060-Y

5729 Sunbeam NCS S 2030-Y20R

5731 Berry NCS S 2040-Y80R

5732 Carotene NCS S 2060-Y40R

5741 Rose Beige NCS S 1510-Y70R

5742 Mexicali Rose NCS S 3020-R

5743 Terracotta NCS S 2060-Y80R

5744 Allure NCS S 2060-R

5745 Mars NCS S 5030-R20B

5746 Rust NCS S 4050-Y70R

5751 Blue Mist NCS S 1510-R80B

5752 Blue Moon NCS S 5020-R80B

5753 Aquamarine NCS S 1020-B10G

5754 Serenity NCS S 2010-R90B

5755 Ozone NCS S 7010-B10G

5756 Lilac NCS S 1515-R60B

5757 Lavender NCS S 2020-R70B

5758 Blue Orchid NCS S 4020-R90B

5759 Denim NCS S 6020-B

5761 Apple Mint NCS S 1020-G50Y

5762 Thorn Apple NCS S 2030-G60Y

5763 Spruce NCS S 3040-G30Y

5764 Ambrosia NCS S 2005-G30Y

5765 Sea Foam NCS S 4005-G20Y

5766 Jade NCS S 6005-B80G

5767 Verde NCS S 7005-B80G

5768 Pine NCS S 5010-G30Y

5772 Mojave Sand NCS S 1005-Y50R

5773 Mesa NCS S 3030-Y60R

5774 Asphalt NCS S 7502-R

5775 Mystic NCS S 7005-R80B

5776 Curry NCS S 3040-Y30R

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Enomer® Zero Tile The Zero family is complemented by Zero Tile that let you create a seamless look or play with colors. This way, you can create details that guide the use of the space according to your needs. The Zero Tile collection includes 23 colors. 500 x 500 mm

5102 Cape Cod NCS S 2500-N

5103 Pewter NCS S 4500-N

5104 Stone Grey NCS S 6000-N

5105 Graphite NCS S 7500-N

5111 Silver Grey NCS S 3000-N

5112 Concrete NCS S 3502-Y

5113 Granite NCS S 4502-Y

5122 Dusty NCS S 2005-Y30R

5123 Morocco NCS S 4010-Y30R

5124 Corundum NCS S 6005-Y50R

5128 Mayan Maize NCS S 1060-Y

5129 Sunbeam NCS S 2030-Y20R

5132 Carotene NCS S 2060-Y40R

5143 Terracotta NCS S 2060-Y80R

5152 Blue Moon NCS S 5020-R80B

5154 Serenity NCS S 2010-R90B

5155 Ozone NCS S 7010-B10G

5158 Blue Orchid NCS S 4020-R90B

5159 Denim NCS S 6020-B

5162 Thorn Apple NCS S 2030-G60Y

5163 Spruce NCS S 3040-G30Y

5164 Ambrosia NCS S 2005-G30Y

5176 Curry NCS S 3040-Y30R

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Enomer® Zero Sound Not available in the US

Zero Sound is Enomer®flooring with impact sound insulation that makes safe and peaceful environments. An ergonomic floor with a warm feel make the space more comfortable.

5802 Cape Cod NCS S 2500-N

5803 Pewter NCS S 4500-N

5805 Graphite 5805 NCS S 7500-N

5811 Silver Grey 5811 NCS S 3000-N

5822 Dusty NCS S 2005-Y30R

5823 Marocco NCS S 4010-Y30R

5824 Corundum NCS S 6005-Y50R

5829 Sunbeam NCS S 2030-Y20R

5832 Carotene NCS S 2060-Y40R

5843 Terracotta NCS S 2060-Y80R

5852 Blue moon NCS S 5020-R80B

5858 Blue Orchid NCS S 4020-R90B

5859 Denim NCS S 6020-B

5862 Thorn Apple NCS S 2030-G60Y

5863 Spruce NCS S 3040-G30Y

5864 Ambrosia NCS S 2005-G30Y

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Enomer® Xpression The Xpression collection has plenty of choice for creating a stylish and comfortable space. For example, you can combine dark and light tiles along with wood look planks.

CLEAN WOOD

177,8 x 1219,2 mm

CLASSIC WOOD

101,6 x 914,4 mm

Scandinavian Maple 1121

Charcoal 1515

Canadian Maple 1122 Chestnut 1514

Golden Oak 1142 Hazel 1513 American Cherry 1151 Dune 1512 Royal Quince 1161 Almond 1511 Antique Cherry 1171

RUSTIC WOOD

177,8 x 1219,2 mm French Walnut 1101

Dark grey 1505 Rosewood 1191

Smoked 1504

Honduran Mahogany 1181

STRIPES

Natural 1503

500 x 500 mm

Cool grey 1502

Warm grey 1501 Dark 1535

GRAPHIC WOOD

Light 1531

177,8 x 1219,2 mm

TERRA

500 x 500 mm

Black 1525

White 1521

MOODS

Marbled 1556

500 x 500 mm

Faded 1551

Limestone 1541

Earth 1544

Slate 1545

Sand 1542

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