shopping 12.16.03

Bolon Flooring

WHAT IT IS:
Bolon is Swedish woven vinyl flooring resembling sisal. It was introduced in the U.S. about two years ago.

WHY YOU'D WANT IT:
You can cut it in any direction and it won't fray, it's easy to clean, and non-slip. MUG thinks the best application for city dwellers is this: you live in a brownstone with hideous 70s floor tiling in your kitchen and bathroom — Bolon flooring is a quick, inexpensive, and surprisingly attractive fix.

WHERE TO FIND IT:
It's available at many of the city's flooring stores, including Aronson's 135 W. 17th [6th/7th] 212.243.4993.

WHAT IT COSTS:
A 6' 6" x 4' piece costs about $140 and takes two weeks to get shipped to the store.

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