From vinyl tiles with digitally-printed scans of wood to flooring that mimics the appearance of concrete, here's a selection of the latest finishing products on Dezeen Showroom.
Inset is a collection of parquet-style flooring made of vinyl-covered planks that resemble concrete and wood, created by Patcraft.
Intended for commercial spaces, the flooring is embellished with metallic accents of bronze, silver or gold that are scattered diagonally across the flooring, which creates a playful contrast.
Characterised by its concave shape, the Bow collection comes in an array of colours including azure, white, teal, silver and maroon, as well as glossy or matt finishes.
HI-MACS is a durable and stain-resistant surfacing product intended for commercial and residential projects with new recycled and terrazzo options.
The material is made of acrylic mixed with minerals and can be moulded to produce a seamless finish. The recycled versions include granite stone-effect finishes as well a Volcanics range that emulates the look of precious natural stones.
The terrazzo-style tiles feature flecked stone that runs all the way through their form instead of just appearing on the surface, which makes the tile suitable for spatial manufacturing processes to create rounded, contoured or bevelled edges.
Crogiolo Lume is a series of wall tiles informed by the handmade majolica tiles native to the Mediterranean, created by Italian brand Marazzi.
The tiles, which are frost-proof and resistant to abrasion, have a high-gloss finish and come in a number of mottled colours including blue, green, musk and greige.
The tiles feature a bactericidal finish, which makes them suited to spaces that require good hygiene such as hospitals, clinics and libraries.
The plasters are composed of unfired clays that have been mixed with natural pigments and minerals, which means it is compostable and free from toxic ingredients.
As well as being easy to repair, the plasters are sound-absorbing and can assist in humidity and temperature regulation in interior spaces.
The finish, which is suitable for walls, floors, stairs and bathrooms, can be applied to any material and can be hand-finished with a choice of acid-stained, clouded, silky or polished effects.
Scans of natural materials including wood and stone have been digitally printed on vinyl tiles to create flooring brand Tarkett’s iD Inspiration collection.
Intended for areas with high foot traffic, the versatile flooring comes in 100 different patterns informed by the varying grains, textures and imperfections of natural materials.
The tiles are made from recycled marble dust collected from the production waste and come in a number of finishes, including ones that replicate the appearance of travertine or natural stone.
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