Best ideas for flooring in commercial lobby spaces
From carpet tiles to concrete flooring, here are some of today's emerging commercial flooring trends, simply because of the great longstanding qualities and good aesthetic appeal of these four finishes.
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The seamlessly smooth transitions are respectful to wheelchair users, while accommodating dynamic patterns. Manufacturers offer an array of transition strip options.
Commercial-project designers generally lean toward vinyl composition tile, linoleum, and rubber as a resilient floor choice. The qualities that make resilient flooring choices stand out are the color and texture offerings, sustainable properties, and ease of maintenance requirements.
Tile carpet products offer extensive design flexibility, and it’s much easier to replace worn or damaged tiles than to fix a problem with broadloom carpet. Initial installation produces less waste, and some tile products no longer require adhesives.
Although polished concrete isn’t appropriate for every site, these floors are continuing to find a place in retail, corporate, sports, and specialty healthcare settings.