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  1. FLOR System

    FLOR System

    In the film The Corporation, Ray Anderson, InterfaceFlor CEO, says “We’ll spend the rest of our days harvesting yester-year’s carpets and recycling them…with zero scrap...

    $3.34

  2. Spartina

    Spartina

    Build It Green, a local design resource, led us to these carpets at Hendricksen, an eco-flooring emporium.

    $45.75

  3. Metropolitan Collection

    Metropolitan Collection

    Fans of fisherman’s sweaters can kick off their L.L. Bean moccasins and enjoy the warmth of Metropolitan Collection’s heavy piles and bright colors. Check their website for the latest styles, but...

    $47.00

  4. Veracruz Sisal

    Veracruz Sisal

    Considering sisal’s antistatic, sound-absorbing qualities and the fact that you can just as easily mount it on walls as floors, it could be perfect for your music studio, or any high-traffic area...

    $26.00

  5. Bio-Floor Collection

    Bio-Floor Collection

    If you’re sensitive to chemicals (or just got really paranoid after seeing Julianne Moore in 1995’s Safe), you can sleep like a little lamb on top of this all-raw material, 100 percent...

    $40.00

  6. Natural Fiber Floor Covering

    Natural Fiber Floor Covering

    In colonial times, these kinds of carpets were used as padding beneath finer imports from the Orient, until some iconoclast realized they were tread-worthy in their own right. Fibreworks’s range of...

    $26.50

  7. Neopolitan Bamboo Plywood

    Neopolitan Bamboo Plywood

    Strips of different lengths and widths of bamboo glued to a solid core of plywood with natural adhesive. Bamboo is from managed forests in China.

  8. Engineered Flooring

    Engineered Flooring

    A layer of hardwood bonded to two wood sublayers. More than 15 choices of wood available, including Australian chestnut, White tigerwood, and Chocolate oak.

  9. Global Passage Collection

    Global Passage Collection

    Photograph of wood grain laminated onto particleboard. Nine choices available, including Indian tigerwood, Brazilian cherry, and African padauk.

  10. Cork Mosaic Tiles

    Cork Mosaic Tiles

    Two circle sizes. Available in natural or more than 100 custom colors. Made from the waste of the cork bottle-stop industry.

  11. Sustainably Harvested Woods

    Sustainably Harvested Woods

    Wood laminated in vertical strips adhered with natural glues. Available in birch, beech, pine, ocoumé, meranti, poplar, or deal wood.

  12. Reclaimed Wood

    Reclaimed Wood

    Salvaged from buildings, plantations, mines, and railroads. Stock is sold as mixes of wood sorted by color, such as Cinnamon Mix (composed of merbau, alan batu, and other species from mine shoring...

  13. Find a Face Rug

    Find a Face Rug

    This fun rug featuring the work of photographer Francois Robert will no doubt keep a kid busy taking a closer look at the faces that emerge from doorknobs and other everyday objects. FLOR's modular...

    $179.99

  14. Curvy Doormat

    Curvy Doormat

    It's the last line of defense before guests track their tennies through the house but despite its heavy duty duties, there's no reason your doormat shouldn't reflect the good taste your friends...

    $45.00

  15. Bluestain Flooring

    Bluestain Flooring

    The mountain pine beetle has ravaged broad swaths of our northern forests, killing millions of western pines nationwide. The wood of the trees they effect, however, takes on a handsome bluish cast,...

  16. Silestone Quartzite

    Silestone Quartzite

    Based in Spain, Cosentino produces the granitelike Ocean series of Silestone quartzite surfaces, shown here in Pacific.

  17. Volcano Porcelain Tile

    Volcano Porcelain Tile

    Nemo Tile’s Volcano line of porcelain tile is a dead ringer for natural stone. Volcanic rock found in southern Italy inspired the seven available colorways like Grigio, shown above.

  18. AnTeak

    AnTeak

    AnTeak, by Walker Zanger, is made of FSC-certified reclaimed wood. It comes in seven patterns, from herring-bone (above) to penny tile.

  19. Halo-Halo tiles

    Halo-Halo tiles

    The Italian designer, who worked alongside Sottsass and other avant-garde Alchimia and Memphis group members, has designed a series of nine graphic mosaic tiles that can be arranged at will.

    $324.00

  20. Cubes Rug

    Cubes Rug

    Smith looked to stained glass windows for this abstract take on ancient art. He also used a special looping method to create crisp edging. 

    $7236.00

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