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Burmatex has marked the arrival of its latest products, Zip and Code, by creating a red carpet in the foyer of the Hilton Hotel in Manchester at this year’s Roses Awards. Zip and Code are the next
generation of Burmatex’s awardwinning structure-bonded product, Lateral, which uses a mix of three
textures to create a sophisticated effect. Each Zip and Code tile is made up of two colours from Lateral’s palette. The three products therefore complement each other, and the vibrant colours and subtle textures of Lateral, Zip and Code can be combined to harmonise with an existing interior scheme, or to create definition and atmosphere. Burmatex’s structure-bonded collection is available in three distinctive colour groups – Funky, Tonal and Acid – and is aimed at anyone wishing to create a unique interior space. Burmatex has also unveiled its new ranges of luxury tufted tiles: Axis, Vibe and Spin. Cut-pile tufted tile Axis is a dense twist carpet tile with a vibrant colour palette that brings a contemporary slant to a classic style. Cut-and-loop tile Vibe and textured-loop tile Spin are intended
for contemporary, high-end offices, and their 18 colours can either be combined like-for-like or can be
contrasted for dramatic effects.

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