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furniture linoleum

Furniture Linoleum is a unique surfacing material for furniture applications such as desks, stools, cabinets, doors, and displays. The material is naturally flexible and can be applied to all kinds of constructions.

● Sustainable – made from natural raw materials
● Tactile finish that is warm and comfortable
● No marks from fingerprints
● Flexible – processes like wood
● Antistatic – prevents dust and dirt from sticking

This natural furniture surfacing material has a matte look and feels warm to the hand. It presents a number of new fresh and stylish colours that complement the classic greys and blacks.

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Furniture Linoleum

    Technical & environmental

    Technical & environmental

    Furniture Linoleum Technical Specifications
    Furniture Linoleum Fire Walling Test Report

    Furniture Linoleum TVOC Emissions Test Certificate

    Furniture Linoleum warranty statement
    Furniture Linoleum Safety Data Sheet

    Forbo has a wide variety of promotional and technical documentation available for Furniture Linoleum, including technical specifications and environmental data sheets. All documents can be found by clicking on the following link Download Centre

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    Studio Stefan Scholten

    Furniture Linoleum x Studio Stefan Scholten

    Commissioned by Forbo Flooring, Studio Stefan Scholten researched the colour effect and perception of Furniture Linoleum. Inspired by the unique naturalness of linoleum, he developed the soft colour shades clay, leather and walnut.

    Stefan Scholten, an internationally renowned designer and a leading representative of Dutch design, has worked for prestigious clients such as HAY, Maharam, Cappellini, Nanimarquina and 1616 / Arita. Based on his unique use of colour, reductionist and functional designs, Forbo Flooring approached him with a special assignment.

    Stefan Scholten studied the original recipe and properties of linoleum. “I wanted to understand the pure material based on the original recipe. As a reference I used the natural materials that you find in interiors, such as wood, leather, pottery and textiles, and I searched for the original nuance. The end result echoes an emotional value and at the same time is optimally applicable.”

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    Furniture Linoleum delivers a combination of a satin matte surface with a warm, fine texture creating interior furniture with a truly distinctive, genuinely individual look and feel that really is unlike any other surface material available.

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