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  • Interface Net Effect B601 carpet tile in Black Sea in an upscale corporate office; B602, Black Sea; B603, Black Sea colourInterface Net Effect B601 carpet tile in Pacific, Atlantic, North Sea, Black Sea, in a higher education library ; B602, B603

    Inspired by the color and movement of the oceans, the three square styles in Net Effect™ are a grouping of textures that, when placed side by side, capture the fluidity of water in linear patterns with expanding and contracting rhythms. The shared palette was drawn from the deepest parts of the ocean to the sun and salt bleached wood and stones of the shore. B601’s fully textured, tufted loop construction represents the foamy surface created by ocean waves.

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  • Interface Net Effect B602 carpet tile in museum in Pacific, Atlantic; B601, Atlantic, Pacific; B603, Pacific, Atlantic colourInterface Net Effect B602 carpet tile in higher education library in Pacific, Atlantic, North Sea, Black Sea; B601, Pacific, Atlantic, North Sea, Black Sea; B603 Pacific, Atlantic, North Sea, Black Sea colour

    Inspired by the color and movement of the oceans, the three square styles in Net Effect™ are a grouping of textures that, when placed side by side, capture the fluidity of water in linear patterns with expanding and contracting rhythms. The shared palette was drawn from the deepest parts of the ocean to the sun and salt bleached wood and stones of the shore. B602 is the transition style that brings the three modular carpets in this collection together, recreating the visual of ocean waves meeting the shoreline.

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  • Interface Net Effect B603 carpet tile in Caspian colour in an open officeInterface Net Effect B603 carpet tile in area with bookshelves and colorful chairs in Black Sea colour

    Inspired by the color and movement of the oceans, the three square styles in Net Effect™ are a grouping of textures that, when placed side by side, capture the fluidity of water in linear patterns with expanding and contracting rhythms. The shared palette was drawn from the deepest parts of the ocean to the sun and salt bleached wood and stones of the shore. B603’s tight texture and appearance of light and shadows reflect the “still” surface of the ocean.

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