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    Braided Kvadrat Rug1. Braided rug in Kvadrat wool in Depot by Atelier Gary Lee.
































    Western Edge Carpet Tiles2. Western Edge carpet tiles in Antron’s solution-dyed nylon in Lizard Lounge, Aqua Caliente, and Cargo Culture by Bentley.














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    3. Virtue porcelain tile in Unpolished by Crossville.
























    ColorFields4. ColorFields rubber flooring in Vine Charcoal, Cattail, and Sandbox by Mannington Commercial.























    Duo and Trio

     

     

     

     

    5. Duo and Trio modular recycled-nylon carpet tiles in Sage and Mustard/Sage by InterfaceFlor.

























    Revue

     

     

     

     

    6. Revue modular nylon carpet tile in Stella byJ+J Industries.
























    Screentone Stripe7. Screentone Stripe carpet by Tandus Flooring.














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    8. Wood porcelain tile in brown by Imola Ceramica.






    Hexagon by Shaw9. Eschewing the typical square or rectangle,Hexagon offers multiple connection points, just like the modern-day workplace by Shaw.



















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