Selecting modular carpet can seem like a never-ending list of decisions to make. Color, pattern, size, shape - small decisions that all have a significant impact on your finished project. From large square tiles to narrow carpet 'planks,' it can be difficult to determine which is the right shape and size for your organization. With that in mind, we’re identifying the most common commercial carpet tile sizes – and exploring the different uses of each.
Wood flooring has a timeless aesthetic. In commercial spaces, it offers a great way to introduce an organic, biophilic feel into select areas, coordinating different styles around its simplicity and classic appeal.
But while wood flooring is a great fit in certain spaces, in some parts of the commercial environment, the rigorous demands of the modern workplace can mean that other flooring products might be a better choice.
Stone and ceramic tile flooring create a striking aesthetic, and so it can be a popular choice for high-end office lobbies or reception areas, as well as in spaces you conventionally expect to be tiled, such as bathrooms and kitchens. But in modern commercial environments, are hard stone or ceramic tiles the best - and safest - option?
When it comes to selecting flooring for your commercial space, there are various options to choose from, and they all have their respective merits and drawbacks. It can be difficult to determine which type of flooring best suits your organization's specific needs. To make the right decision, you need to look beyond the aesthetics of each flooring type and consider the day-to-day practicalities first.
Redesigning an office can be a great morale booster for the entire team. Unfortunately, it's a lot of work, so it is often delayed until it's absolutely necessary. However, there are several smaller changes you can make to refresh a workplace without requiring a major renovation.
Your choice of flooring has a surprising visual impact on your office: it covers the entirety of your space and offers a myriad of color and design options. As such, your office carpet provides a fantastic opportunity for a visual refresh without going through a complete redesign. Here are four ways you can enhance the look of your office by making small changes on the floor plane.
When it's time to renovate your library, one aspect that can easily become a low priority - or be altogether overlooked - is your choice of flooring. However, flooring can significantly impact the health and wellness of everyone using your library - from young elementary school children to loyal library staff. Additionally, it makes a large contribution to the visual impact of the library and how welcoming the environment is to students and visitors.
When selecting flooring for hospitality interiors, it's important to balance aesthetics with longevity. In a busy hospitality environment, high levels of foot traffic mean that durable flooring is a necessity. Clients may prefer carpet or hard flooring for aesthetic reasons, so today we're sharing how to select long-lasting flooring for both flooring types.
Vinyl plank flooring is increasingly popular in commercial installations thanks to its durability and simple maintenance schedule. In addition, it mimics the look of natural wood flooring, without the high budget or complex installation requirements.
If you're specifying vinyl plank flooring on an upcoming project, it's important to consider both your client's aesthetic and practical requirements. To help you identify vinyl plank flooring best suited to your client's needs, we're sharing the three most important factors to consider when selecting vinyl flooring for an office environment.
LEED credits are used to evaluate the environmental performance of buildings as a way to encourage sustainable building and renovation practices. Sustainability has been a century-long core value at Milliken, so today, we're sharing four interior elements that can be addressed during a renovation to help your school achieve more LEED credits in line with the new LEED v4 standard.