Choosing your office floor
Posted on 30th April 2014
When designing an office, the potential is there to overlook the flooring. Whilst it may be considered one of the simplest decisions to make, there are a considerable number of choices and dependencies to consider. It’s fairly easy to choose flooring based on personal preference, but will it be suitable for the ideal office? Good office space is essential for both image and productivity, whether a single-roomed home office or a multi-floored office block.
Home office flooring has the potential to make or break the atmosphere within a space, especially one that is so closely related to the non-work related parts of your life and home. Alternatively, flooring in a work related building – such as an office block – will probably be seen by prospective and current customers alike, and the floor that they’re stepping on had better impress!
Are you designing your home office? There’s a simple solution here, you can use your personal preferences whilst also keeping warmth and comfort in mind. You can get yourself some bespoke rugs, kick off your shoes and relax your feet as you work. From shape, size, colour, and pattern, a bespoke rug can make a home office truly yours. Russdales can create bespoke rugs specifically for you in any design including company logos.
In a traditional office space, carpet is king. Varied and functional, carpets are effective for those floors with heavy foot traffic. Russdales recommend durable and hard wearing striped carpets that will show as few signs of wear and tear as possible. At Russdales, we’re passionate about carpets and we make choosing easy for you. We’ll take all the time you need to find just the right carpets for your requirements, your style and your budget.
We all know that trends are cyclical, and wood flooring is coming back. Also durable and resilient, wood flooring adds a touch of class and comfort to a business. Even though real wood flooring has a perception of being highly expensive, it can now be very affordable and available within most budgets. It gives your interior design a rich look that improves over time due to aging, rather than deteriorating, and a simple sand and seal will bring it back to new again.
Depending upon your business, you may require a certain standard of acoustics. Wood flooring provides a better sound, whereas carpets and rugs will absorb sound for a quieter office.
If in doubt, we at Russdales are always ready to help out. Speak to a professional today and we can aid you in choosing the floor that is best for you and your business.
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