Linoleum kommt wieder und war nie tot

In architecturaldigest.com finden wir eine Liebeserklärung an das Linoleum. Es ist einer der sichersten, nachhaltigsten und natürlichsten Bodenbeläge, die wir finden können.

Besteht aus Holzmehl, Korkenstaub, Leinsaatöl, Pinienharz, Mineralien und Pigmente und Jutefasern ...
Besteht aus Holzmehl, Korkenstaub, Leinsaatöl, Pinienharz, Mineralien und Pigmente und Jutefasern ...

Wir lesen auf architectural Digest: "In both interior design and our cultural consciousness, linoleum isn’t a very sexy word. It conjures up, at best, images of a retro 1950s checkered kitchen, and at worst, a drab, scuffed hospital floor. It’s in the same category as a flimsy vinyl or laminate flooring, but it shouldn’t be—first and foremost because linoleum is one of the safest, greenest materials in design. For real!

Linoleum is generally composed of wood flour, cork dust, linseed oil, pine tree resin, minerals and pigments, and jute fibers—all naturally occurring, decomposable, and renewable materials. “It's actually edible,” says Mark Bisbee, owner of flooring company GreenFloors, where he sells one of the most popular linoleum products, Marmoleum, which is manufactured by Forbo. (Not that we actually suggest eating it.)...” Im Original weitergelesen

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