New hope for Worcestershire charity’s multi-sensory room

New Hope PR Shot (MX92) edit

(Left to right) – Steven Bickley, Karndean Designflooring, Richard Tanner, RT Floors, Ethan Roberts, aged 11, Jean Wilson, New Hope and Charlie Lewis, aged 8.

We were delighted to add the perfect finishing touch to New Hope’s new multi-sensory room for children with disabilities as part of our ’40 Free Floors for 40 Good Causes’ appeal.

Tasked with transforming New Hope’s facilities by replacing dated carpet with Karndean floors throughout its new multi-sensory, kitchen, hallway and jubilee play room.

Joining forces Worcestershire based RT Floors, we recommended our ‘Navarra Chalk’ Spanish pebble effect flooring and ‘Umbrian Nero’ mosaic pattern flooring as the perfect solution for the specialist care facilities.

Take a look at the finished space, we’re sure you’ll agree it looks fantastic…

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Above image shows Navarra Chalk MS2 from our Michelangelo Iconic collection.

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 Above image shows Umbrian Nero MX92 from our Michelangelo Iconic collection.

Here’s what Jean Wilson, founder and director of New Hope had to say….

“It’s amazing to receive such a generous gift and we could not be happier with our brand new Karndean floors.

“Karndean have not just provided us with a free floor, they’ve given us a floor that meets the requirements of the children that get so much joy from spending time with us. The touch and texture of our new floors will help us engage and interact with the children.

“What’s more, being so durable and easy to clean means our staff can spend more time playing and enjoying time with the children, rather than having to worry about everyday spillages, scuffs and wear.”

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