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ATI Releases New MirroFlex Patterns and Finish for 2019

Press Release from ATI Decorative Laminates

Released June 6, 2019

MirroFlex Structures have long been a flagship product for ATI Decorative Laminates. The demand for these 3-dimensional thermoplastic wall panels has remained consistent since their launch in 1995. Their reputation as a durable, beautiful, cost-effective solution has made MirroFlex Structures a top name in the decorative laminate business. In 2019, ATI is proud to launch 5 new patterns and 1 new finish for MirroFlex. Patterns include the classic, tile-inspired Versa-Tile and Vista, earthy and organic Safari, and modern, geometric Inferno and Glacier. The newest MirroFlex finish, Distressed White, is a light, weathered wood grain. Each of the new MirroFlex releases are careful responses to trends on the market.
Tara BurgioPresident of ATI Decorative Laminates
“Our new MirroFlex releases have something for everyone, whether they’re seeking a classic look, an eclectic look, or a rustic look,” says Tara Burgio, President of ATI Decorative Laminates. “ATI’s customers have always demanded top quality designs. We’re eager to get these new MirroFlex formulas out into the world.”
Versa-Tile and Vista are available as a 4’ x 8’ Wall Panel, 4’ x 10’ Wall Panel, and Tub/Shower Surround. Safari, Glacier, and Inferno are available as 4’ x 8’ and 4’ x 10’ Wall Panels. Distressed White can be combined with MirroFlex patterns for both Wall Panels and Tub/Shower Surrounds. In total, this adds up to 360 new pattern and finish combinations on top of 1000’s of existing formulas.
The new MirroFlex pattern and finish combinations are only part of this product launch, however. ATI is also launching three new instructional videos for MirroFlex Wall Panels, MirroFlex Glue-Up Ceiling Tiles, and MirroFlex Lay-In Ceiling Tiles.
Customers can learn more about MirroFlex Structures by visiting Physical samples can be ordered online at or by calling ATI directly at 800.849.1320 x 2252. All three new instructional videos can be found on the ATI YouTube Channel.