From bold saturated jewel tones and lively graphics in carpets and soft surfacing to subtle shifts in texture and tone in tiles and hard surfacing, here are 28 recent debuts in flooring. In Matuto by Mohawk Group, 12-by-24-inch luxury vinyl tiles are hardy enough to withstand a student body's worth of wear and tear, courtesy of a 20-mil commercial-wear layer with ceramic-enhanced urethane coating (polish optional). Meanwhile, for Chakra Tak by Ralo, Tsering Lhungay has reproduced exact replicas of ancient Tibetan tiger rugs including the rip-roaring Chakra Tak. And Hutton by The Rug Company, the accomplished printmaker and fashion designer Jonathan Saunders brings his keen architectural eye and color sense to hand-knotted Tibetan wool runners inspired by vintage wallpaper patterns—for his first flooring collection, ever. All products have also been featured in Interior Design’s Spring Market Tabloid.