Furniture Linoleum delivers a combination of a satin mat 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.
The natural character of Furniture Linoleum means that the material achieves a beautiful patina over time.
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Easy to apply
Furniture Linoleum is flexible and can be applied as a surface on all kinds of constructions. It is supplied in a roll format and can be applied both horizontally and vertically, as well as to curved surfaces.
The combination of a mat surface and a warm, soft texture guarantees interior furniture with a truly distinctive, individual look & feel.
Hygienic & antistatic
The natural composition and the special surface finish ensure that Furniture Linoleum is naturally antistatic. The surface actively resists the build-up of static charges and prevents dust or dirt from sticking to the surface.
Moreover, this natural surface linoleum has one other unique feature: it doesn't show fingerprints!
Whilst the colourways of charcoal black and dark anthracite grey will always remain classic favourite amongst designers, Forbo Furniture Linoleum now offers a range of 21 contemporary and modern colours that complement current design trends and interior styling features.
A number of new fresh and stylish colours have been added to the classic colour range as have several warm hues and natural tones used in contemporary furniture, providing inspiration for a hospitality feel.
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The sustainable surfacing choice
Furniture Linoleum is made from 97% natural raw materials, 70% of which are rapidly renewable, along with a 43% recycled content. This makes it the most sustainable surfacing choice.
It is produced from a very finely ground linoleum granulate created from pure oxidised vegetable linseed oil and natural pine rosin, to which wood flour and colour pigments have been added.
Furniture linoleum is created by a calander process which rolls the material on to an impregnated paper backing. It is finished with a water-based, cross-linked acrylic finish that protects the surface while maintaining the flexibility special touch of linoleum.