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Selecting timeless commercial flooring is easier said than done.
While you may think choosing the trendiest floor for your space is the best route to achieve prolonged style, staying too on the trends can sometimes have the opposite effect, speeding up your design’s expiration date. Thankfully, keeping an updated space can often be achieved with simple flooring touches that can give your commercial area a refreshed look. Keep reading for some of our favorite ways to take your commercial space from shabby to chic!
Brighten Dark Areas
Dark hallways or breakrooms are inevitable, especially when dealing with office spaces or large, old buildings. Depending on the look you’re going for, a simple fix could just be adding brighter flooring in this area. Sometimes all a dark and dated hallway needs is some light and bright flooring to give the appearance of warmth where there isn’t much natural light.
Clean Up Edges
Even if a floor isn’t outdated, damaged edges can add years to its life. Make sure you keep transition strips updated and free from damage. If an area of carpet is frayed, it might be worth replacing it to keep the area from looking dingy and to update your design a little! Edges typically garner a lot of damage from foot traffic and general wear and tear, so keeping them clean is a simple way to maintain an updated look.
Ensure Easy Maintenance
The easier a floor is to keep clean and maintained, the more likely it will stay that way. By limiting the amount of dirt and debris on your floors you’ll also minimize scratches, keeping them looking newer for longer. If you’re still in the early stages of selecting your commercial flooring, then make sure you think about maintenance and consider whether the flooring you go with will be easy to maintain or more difficult as that can lead to bigger issues with combatting dinginess down the road.
If you’re looking for some extra guidance on sprucing up your floors, then enlist the help of our experts at Commercial Flooring and Interior Concepts. We’ll work with you to determine which flooring type is right for your space and will last you years to come. Contact us today!
*Photo courtesy of Mannington Commercial.