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piano

Piano is the Italian word for gently, plain, smooth or soft. In our Marmoleum Piano design a subtle soft fiber feel is combined with a plain background creating a semi-plain design with dirt hiding properties. Watch the video to get some inspiration!

Our Piano flooring is the perfect alternative for those who love the minimal and plain aesthetics of our Walton range but require soil hiding properties.

Marmoleum Piano presents a subtle soft fiber feel design combined with a plain background thus creating a semi-plain visual with dirt hiding properties.

Products

Marmoleum Piano

Techn.specs

Techn. specs. Marmoleum Solid

Environment

Sustainable & durable flooring

97% natural raw materials
72% rapidly renewable
43% recycled content

High performance created by nature
Created from natural, renewable materials, Marmoleum flooring is the most sustainable resilient flooring available. It contains no phthalates, no plasticisers and no mineral oil. The key raw materials used in the Marmoleum production include:

● linseed oil, which comes from the flax plant seeds
● wood flour from controlled forests and
● jute, the natural backing onto which the linoleum is calandered.

Marmoleum has been measured against all of the important sustainable global eco labels like e.g. Nordic Swan and the Blue Angel.

Topshield2 is Forbo Floorings' high performance UV-finish which is applied to all Marmoleum floor coverings. Topshield2 prevents staining, scuffing and scratching for lasting appearance retention and provides for easy cleaning and maintenance at lower intervals.

Marmoleum raw materials

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Floorcare

Marmoleum floorcare

Video

Marmoleum Solid video

The eye catcher of the room or the subtle surface on which other materials can accelerate; Watch the Solid video where our senior designer Tamar Gaylord and product manager Bregje Smulders explain about the collection:



or watch the Marmoleum Piano video: