When deciding to upgrade your commercial floors, there are several factors to consider. You have to know the square footage of your space, the location, the amount of foot traffic it will receive, and how comfortable the floor needs to be. These are all main priorities, but you also have to consider how you want your space to look. So without further ado, here are 4 different styles to choose from.
Polished concrete is a modern material that has seen a very large increase in use in trending commercial floors. It’s simple, elegant, and easy to maintain, however it comes with a pretty hefty price tag. The good news is there’s an alternative. You can look for Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) to mimic the look, without the blow to your wallet, and still get the beautifully simplistic elegance of the modern look.
If you’re looking for a more welcoming, cozy look for your commercial floor then it’s hard to find something better than hardwood. As such a long-standing type of floor, it’s been trending since flooring was trending. However, just like polished concrete, it can be a little hard on the wallet. But just like polished concrete, there is an alternative. Guess what it is? LVT again! There are several different styles of hardwood floors, and most of them can be replicated with LVT, making the rustic look a wonderful option for your commercial floors.
3: Mid-Century Modern
When going for a look like this, you’ll generally want to go with a shag carpet. However it doesn’t have to be just as simple as picking the colour and going about your day. You can choose to use carpet tiles, which allow for fully customizable patterns and colours to give your commercial space the exact aesthetic you want!
The coastal design excels in providing a look that’s able to bring the outdoors in with a refreshing, clean atmosphere. To achieve this look I’d recommend choosing a traditional tile as it can bring the colour and vibrancy of the coast straight to your commercial floor, providing a memorable look certain to leave a good impression on customers. Plus the versatility of tile patterns ensures that the look you get is unique to you, without blowing a wide hole in your wallet.