Fit-out and design on commercial and residential projects demands good groundwork. What specifiers choose to put underfoot is key
The floor plays a key role in a space and many specifiers use it as the starting point for the fit-out and interior design of commercial and residential spaces.
The colour of the floor is key to creating atmosphere and ambiance because colour has the power to make a space neutral and business-like at one end of the scale and very personal at the other.
Dark, subdued floors facilitate a cosy, warm and comforting feel; lighter choices open up and energise spaces.
Flooring can then be complemented by decorative and furnishing specifications that establish the character of a commercial business or a residential property.
Floors can be beautiful, but they are also integral to how a space operates. They must also be practical and long lasting.
Certain spaces will require the floor to be more durable. Office floors, for example, need to provide good scratch-resistance against chair castors.
Depending on the location, a floor may need to be compatible with underfloor heating, impervious to liquids or be slip resistant.
A floor also needs be easy to clean and maintain.
Resin floors are extremely versatile and suitable for any location or use.
Arturo floors meet all these practicalities and are available in a range of colours and design options.
The company is a specialist in resin floors and offers a wide range of self-smoothing floors, resin screeds, coatings and sealers for the industrial sector, public buildings, offices and residential use.