Inspired by the marine industry: Surf and Bayside from Morbern

Surf and Bayside are two new vinyls from Morbern.

Both vinyls use Morbern’s Splash construction, a pink-stain resistant vinyl formulation.  With UV protection, crack resistance and four-way stretch, they were originally designed for the marine market, but the range of colors and significant wear resistance make them suitable for contract interiors as well. These can handle the weather with their mildew resistance, 1,000 hours of exposure under WeatherOmeter testing, and a cold crack rating of -25 degrees Fahrenheit. These also handle 100,000 double rubs without significant wear.

Bayside has a smooth, matte linen grain in a range of 28 colors including a range of neutrals plus rustic and earthy shades of reds, blues, yellows and greens.

Meanwhile, Surf has wavy lines in deeply grained surface that mimic the flow of the sea. The matte finish keeps it feeling casual, as do the 23 colorways in a palette of neutrals plus earthy reds, greens, oranges and blues.

Photo credit: Morbern

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