Sense of movement: Invision’s Inception planks

Invision launched its newest modular plank product. Called Inception, it resonates with chromatic highlights among neutral backdrops.

Inception has bright flares of color that surge and dissipate along the 18-inch by 36-inch planks, achieving a sense of movement in both horizontal and vertical directions. The blended visual provides an impactful yet quiet aesthetic that never repeats itself. Inception offers seven neutral colors that anchor the collection. To build upon these bases, each neutral has two companion accent options that can stand alone in an installation or can be used in tandem to impart an infusion of color. Beyond pattern and color, Inception can forge an infinite number of visual effects through creative installation. It can be used in a brick repeat, half-drop, herringbone, basketweave or monolithic configuration.

Created with 100 percent bleach-resistant fiber using the proprietary ColorLoc Plus Stain Resistant Technology, Inception joins Invision’s offering of products that include lifetime warranties for tuft bind, delamination, moisture barrier and dimensional stability.  

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