LockTiles® - carpet tiles with a unique edge

You already know our flat woven carpet tiles. Now we have taken our well-known quality one level up with a newly developed, innovative and patented solution, which has never before been seen on the market: we call it LockTiles®.

LockTiles® is a brand new and unique carpet tile shape with laser cut edges. This means that the edges interlock around each other and always will fit together in all directions – meter for meter, no matter the size of the area.

The LockTiles® guarantee an effective and perfect installation with a completely homogeneous surface making the joints less visible. The new carpet tile is specifically developed for customers, who want the best within flat woven carpet tiles and their many advantages, and simultaneously want the exclusive look of a broadloom.

The advantages of LockTiles®:
• These carpet tiles cannot be installed incorrectly!
• LockTiles® ensure an effective and perfect installation.
• The tiles interlock and fit perfectly together – and the dimensional stability is way better than normal tiles.
• The tiles can be installed in same direction, thus a broadloom effect is obtained with minimally visible joints.
• Single tiles can easily be replaced if, for example liquid has been spilled on a tile.
• The quality is the same as our other flat woven carpet qualities.
• The tiles and the edges are laser cut, which guarantees a perfect fit and helps prevent fraying.

LockTiles® are available in the size 50 x 50 cm and can be delivered in the following collections:
• Nordic
• COM 1000

Download brochure about LockTiles® 

Installation tips for LockTiles®

See how you install LockTiles® (video): 

See how you install LockTiles® perfectly


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Order a LockTiles box

Do you want to understand the LockTiles® concept by playing with small tile pieces? Then you should order a LockTiles® box, which will be delivered directly to you.


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