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Remix 2.0 Brings Custom Vibes to 4 Interior Environments

Posted on Aug 31, 2016, by Mollie Williams

Interior design invites the opportunity for one to make a unique statement, but project timelines don’t always allow for custom pieces. We’ve designed a solution into our floor covering collections.

Many Milliken collections are created to allow customers to incorporate custom colors as part of the standard offering. Remix 2.0, a collection which offers a seamless and randomized floor plane, for example, also enables users to customize the design with predetermined accents. Known as vibes, these accents connect and move between multi-directional textures.

Depending upon the hue, the addition of a vibe can change the aesthetic of a sophisticated tonal neutral to a playful, multi-color approach. It also allows customers to incorporate brand standards and school colors in an easy-to-use manner.  

See this concept at work in these four interior environments, from K-12 schools to corporate offices.

O'Fallon Public Library - O'Fallon, Illinois

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Designed by Andersson Architects. Photography by Alise O'Brien.

Guarantee Trust Life Insurance Company - Glenview, Illinois


Designed by TZS Design. Photography by Marcel Page. 

Grand Rapids Christian Middle School - Grand Rapids, Michigan


Designed by AMDC Architects. Photography by Bill Lindhout. 
Cetera - St. Cloud, Minnesota


Designed by Floors by Beckers. Photography by Pete Sieger.

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Mollie Williams

Written by Mollie Williams