Business Flooring Trends
If you’ve been in the traditional workforce for awhile, you’ve probably seen a wide range of office styles and layouts come and go. But what you may not have noticed is how the flooring has also been changing! Business flooring (or commercial flooring) has evolved over the years. It’s become the foundation of good office design – adding style AND function to your work space. The floor of your office acts like a giant canvas, and should be considered carefully as part of your overall office design. When it comes to commercial flooring, there are many options, but here are a few of the most popular we are seeing this year.
Gradient Carpet was all the rage at NeoCon this year – and for good reason! With seemingly endless styles and colors from companies like J+J Flooring Group, it’s easy to make a statement with your flooring that speaks to your brand and company culture. Gradient carpet is modern and fresh, something historically couldn’t be said about carpet at all!
Plus, there are new modular options designed to be mixed and matched! Install these carpet tiles in many different patterns for a completely custom look. Commercial carpet tiles withstand even the highest traffic of a busy office. But, it’s also easy to replace one if it gets damaged beyond normal wear and tear. They make a great choice for most office spaces.
Luxury Vinyl Tile
If carpet really doesn’t suit your needs, consider the commercial version of luxury vinyl tile. Similar to the residential version, this type of flooring comes in many patterns and finishes and is extremely durable. LVT can be installed in different patterns like carpet tiles so you’ll get a unique look for your office. Some finishes even come with an anti-microbial coating, making them great choices for medical waiting rooms, doctors’ offices, and schools!
Textile Composite Flooring
You may not have heard of this newer flooring product yet, but you’ll certainly be seeing it more in the years to come. Why? It blends the feel of a soft surface like carpet with the durability of a hard surface floor. Made of thermally fused layers, this innovative business flooring gives you the best of both worlds. You get the cozy feel of a soft surface underfoot but also the long term wear of vinyl. The Kinetex line from J+J is truly a remarkable piece of state-of-the-art technology. Plus, its non-slip finish makes it perfect for applications like retail and healthcare.
If you’re in need of new flooring for an office renovation or new office, the choices may seem overwhelming. Let us help! ROSI has over 25 years of experience in office design. We can talk about your needs and budget and decide which type of flooring would best suit your office space. Then, we’ll work together to choose a pattern or style that enhances your overall office design. Consultations are always free, so contact us today to get started on your new flooring project!