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Surrounded by distractions, we lose our ability to connect and focus. Nature restores our sense of calm and helps us feel more grounded. Composure's pattern is inspired by natural rock formations and creates a tranquil, comfortable platform. The collection offers a wide range of neutral, pastel and bright colourways, as well as the transitional Composure Edge, which facilitates a flow from one colour to the next. Composure has been designed with the organic, non-directional flexibility to flow through large areas with ease.

A palette with many hues
The 16 neutral colourways are inspired by rock formations around the world and form a soothing base for any space. 16 new colourful shades expand the versatility of Composure. The collection features both chalky pastels and poppy brights. Specific colours return in several colourways, making it easy to create flows of colour in a single installation. Visit Interface #ColourStories hub to discover the power of colour.

A striking transition
The Composure Collection also features Composure Edge, a range that features a transitional design over a single tile, multiplying the possibilities of this great collection.

Combine Composure and it's tile companion Composure Edge to create an organic colour flow that links one space to another.

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