As the long hot days of summer give way to cool crisp autumn weather, ATI Decorative Laminate is expanding its MirroFlex decorative thermoplastic product line with new finishes and patterns that cross many applications.

Eight new finishes join the lineup including new wood grains, linens, solids and a metal. Sophisticated Linen Beige and Linen Chocolate are accented with a subtle strie pattern. A rich, plum Merlot and a cool, calming Lavender make up the new solids. Three new wood grains join the MirroFlex finish family: reddish-brown African Cherry and American Walnut, plus a cool, gray Oregon Ash. And a metallic Brushed Stainless rounds out the new finishes.

MirroFlex Ceiling Tiles add a Corrugated pattern, designed to mimic the look of corrugated metal. Using a metallic finish, it’s impossible to tell the difference between MirroFlex and aluminum or stainless steel. And MirroFlex offers the advantage of being lightweight with the ability to be cut on-site with scissors. The Corrugated pattern is available as a 2-foot by 2-foot tegular, lay-in ceiling tile.

MirroFlex Wall Panels add four new patterns: the iconic Subway Tile; a brick-patterned Herringbone; a highly-dimensional, rectangular Tetrus; and the North African-inspired Morocco that echoes the region’s iconic ogee shape. All are offered as 4-foot by 8-foot panels.