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BOLTA designs to feature RECORE Technology
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Feb '09
OMNOVA Solutions is pleased to introduce High Plains, High Plains Texture and Square Peg, the first BOLTA commercial wallcovering designs to feature RECORE Recycled Wall Technology.

RECORE wallcoverings contain 30% recycled content, including a minimum of 20% post-consumer waste. They perform like other Type II BOLTA wallcoverings, exceeding Class A wallcovering requirements. They are stain resistant, washable, scrubbable, and also recyclable through OMNOVA's Wallcovering Reclamation Program.

High Plains uses a popular design motif of clean lines, natural elements and cultural flair. A background shading consisting of multiple crossing lines enhances the natural elements of occasional buttes and other rocky outcrops found in this design. High Plains coordinates with its ground, High Plains Texture. Both patterns come in 18 rugged, yet beautiful colorways.

Rows of evenly spaced, sketched squares glisten on a shimmering background texture in Square Peg. A bona fide member of the glitterati, Square Peg's 18 vibrant colorways will make walls glisten!

All three patterns are 20 oz., Type II vinyl wallcoverings. High Plains, High Plains Texture and Square Peg are GREENGUARD INDOOR AIR QUALITY CERTIFIED for their low VOC emissions.

BOLTA wallcoverings bring to life the most creative visions for corporate, hospitality and healthcare interiors. Subtle, large-scale patterns with flowing harmonious textures enhance a wall with beauty and style. With an elegant and refined design attitude, BOLTA wallcoverings offer clean, fresh designs with fashion-forward Zen style.

OMNOVA Solutions Inc


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