All the patterns of the Coswick Engineered Mosaic collection by Span Floors can be made in any of over 80 Coswick shades.
Span Floors, a leading brand of wooden flooring in India, has launched the new and modern designs of Engineered Mosaic collection by Coswick. Coswick mosaic tiles are a combination of classic real solid look and feel with modern technologies, providing superb stability, flawless geometry, finish durability and overall product structural integrity. With the launch of Coswick Engineered Mosaic collection, Span Floors has essentially upgraded the range of mosaic hardwood flooring in India. The patterns in Coswick Engineered Mosaic collection by Span Floors can be made with 80 Coswick shades and the entire range can be seen at the Span Floors store, M-8, M-Block Market, GK-II, New Delhi and other authorized Span Floors dealers across India.
All the patterns of the Coswick Engineered Mosaic collection by Span Floors can be made in any of over 80 Coswick shades. It is even possible to combine several colours or wood species in the top layer of one tile, creating completely new eye-catching decors. The collection truly carries unlimited opportunities of hardwood flooring design open up, including sophisticated palace decors, classic looks, as well as country, loft or high-tech style. Eco-friendly and maintenance-free Silk Oil ultra-matte is used as a protective finish. The finish highlights the natural texture of Oak, Ash and American Walnut.
The exclusivity of the collection lies in the ability to combine several shades in one module. The variety of decors and simplicity of laying the mosaic hardwood floor allow you to create any ornamental compositions; from fanciful palatial decorations and classic illustrations to effective solutions in the country, loft or high-tech style.
Satinder Chawla, Managing Director, Span Floors adds, “Twenty new patterns were developed in addition to four existing classic patterns. We hope the fresh touch to the mosaic line is expected to broaden the use of such floors in modern interiors in India. In spite of the complex manufacturing process of mosaic floors, there is a lot of possibilities that one can explore with these unique patterns and shades. This helps our team to develop new design ideas as per clients’ requirements.”