When large warehouses gave way to lofts and apartments in large cities, an industrial style emerged with force in interior design. Its spaces filled with bricks and apparent pipes mixed with metal and a lot of concrete gave a look of modernity to several residences around the world, and up until today this inspiration creates personality for contemporary environments. But how can we bring this style to smaller apartments? Can you have an industrial decor that is functional and elegant in small spaces?
Yes, when it comes to flooring. So once again, Durafloor vinyl is innovative and transforms your home or office into a space with an industrial look.
Atlanta and Boston patterns, from Art and City lines, present cement burned with beauty, fdity and the appearance of concrete, without losing sight of the practicality and acoustic comfort of traditional vinyl floors. Ideal for spaces full of urbanity and boldness, they can be applied in both work and home environments, and are a great alternative for those who want to reform environments in a faster and more economical way, and with practically no mess.
Art line – Atlanta
Besides the beauty and durability, the installation of the Atlanta and Boston vinyl flooring is also very simple. They can be placed directly on cement, polished granite, marble, or ceramic as long as the floors are level.
For the Art and City lines, which use glue in the installation, the process is simple, just apply it directly without underlayment. In the transition to other floorings such as ceramic, carpet and laminate flooring, it is ideal to use the metallic look.
Turning your home into a modern and cool environment may be simpler than you think. And best of all, with low cost and no mess.