Considering neurodiversity in office design

An office design plan that includes zoning

Neurodiverse environments

While neurodiversity is not a new idea in the workplace, not all businesses have supported it in the past, but that is finally changing. In fact considering neurodiversity in office design is reported to be a 2022 commercial design trend.

The term ‘neurodiversity’ refers to the variances in our brain functions and how we interpret information. Neurodiverse conditions include ADHD, Autism, Dyspraxia and Dyslexia.

To cater for neurodiverse employees, employers are starting to create more diverse work environments – gone are expansive open-plan offices. New designs include enclosed spaces for more focused work, shared spaces for socialising, quiet zones to take a break and dedicated areas for client meetings.

In creating a neurodiverse office space you need to consider

  1. Community
  2. Collaboration
  3. Communication
  4. Concentration

These considerations include low stimulation environments for hyper focus, quiet rooms for greater concentration, low traffic areas to reduce anxiety and zones that encourage movement and communication. There is an excellent blog that we have found that highlights the best office layout/zoning to address a condition that a surprisingly high percentage of us have to a greater or lesser extent.

The value of a well-designed workplace continues to grow, especially since it’s been linked to increased staff productivity and wellness. In recent times, we’ve had to reconsider and re-evaluate what we need most from our workspaces, as well as how their design may best serve us.

When combined with other key trends of 2022, an office environment automatically becomes more inclusive and more desirable to be in. This results in greater productivity and greater creativity. These additional trend considerations that work hand in hand with a neurodiverse office environment are:

More natural light
One of the most fundamental office interior design trends in 2022 is to try and include more natural daylight. If there aren’t many windows in the office space,  other options help:

• Using diffused light (light that is evenly distributed) such as frosted glass, diffuser screens and softboxes

• Installing features that mimic natural lighting, such as light dimmers

• Low-growing plants and shrubs on windowsills that provide shade and reduce glare

It’s also beneficial to use non-reflective matte floors and wall panels, especially if using a light colour as they help to reduce glare.

Biophilic office spaces
Bringing more nature into the workspace by designing a biophilic office area, with features like living walls and windowsill herb gardens also help. Biophilia refers to our inherent relationship with our natural surroundings and is thought to boost productivity and reduce stress in the workplace.

As well as looking attractive, incorporating more plants helps to reduce sound, helping staff in open-plan offices to concentrate. Plants can also be used to create discrete zones that help to divide areas within open-plan offices more subtly. A strong consideration when focussing on neurodiversity in office design.


We can help provide the perfect flooring that creates zones that are easily recognised and meet differing functionality. We are happy to advise on how best to achieve the look you desire and the practical options you require. Contact us to discuss your latest project.

Making a construction site safe

Construction site with floor being laid

Working in the construction industry has historically been considered one of the most dangerous jobs. In 2019, the HSE released a report saying that the industry had the highest average number of deaths each year and was responsible for the second-highest number of deaths on the job.

A proper understanding of Health & Safety Regulations is required for any site operatives or visitors, but in this article we touch on basic common sense considerations and responsibilities, when it comes to making a construction site safe.



Strong communication between all team members is key to ensuring that all health and safety processes work well. If you can master it, you can make sure everyone is on the same page and reduce safety risks in the workplace.

Health and safety on construction sites in the UK is managed by clients, designers, and contractors. The Design and Management Regulations 2015 require that all parties involved in a construction project are responsible for managing health and safety risks. Each party has a duty of care that they must fulfil to ensure that people working on the project are kept safe from hazards. They must also follow all relevant health and safety legislation when doing so.

Clients: The client is responsible for ensuring that all relevant parties know their legal obligations under the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015. This includes ensuring that any risk assessments completed by designers or contractors are passed on to them on time.

Designers: Designers are responsible for undertaking risk assessments and providing advice on managing risks to the client. They also need to keep records of this information for three years after completion of work (or longer if required).

Contractors: Contractors need to make sure that they have suitable policies to manage health and safety risks at each stage of construction, including taking reasonable steps to protect workers from harm and ensuring that subcontractors comply with these policies.

Managers: Managers carry out day-to-day supervision of workers. They make sure that everyone understands their role and how it relates to other workers’ roles. Managers also implement policies and procedures to ensure that everyone is following regulations while they’re on site. It is also up to the manager to provide training for new employees so they know what to do in an emergency.

As an employer, you need to ensure that workers have the tools they need to report problems on the job site as soon as possible. If you do this, not only will your workers be able to take care of their own safety, but you will also be able to keep the problem from happening again.


Training can cover very simple things, like how to use ladders safely and how to avoid getting hurt from falling. The most important thing is to make sure that everyone has had the right training, which will help lower the amount of danger on the premises.

Know the dangers

One of the most dangerous things on a construction site is a worker who does not know what is going on around them. If you are an employer with responsibilities, knowing about these risks can help you lower the risk.

Make sure the premises are safe

Making sure that tools are not left lying around, wires are not trailing across floors and the building and site itself are as safe as possible goes a long way to protecting your workers and any other visitors to the site. Mitigate slips and falls by putting down appropriate safety flooring and cleaning up any spillages as soon as they occur.

Even though it is the employer’s job to make sure that their workers are safe on the job, it is also the workers’ job to follow these suggestions. With the work of a whole team, it is possible to make a building site much safer to work on.

Working with Duraflor

As a company we work in conjunction with main contractors, flooring contractors and designers on major construction projects. We offer site visits and help with project planning. We are always mindful of all aspects of site pressures and do all we can to help you manage projects.

How to add value to your commercial property

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How to add value to your commercial property to attract and retain tenants.

In this blog post, we’ll be looking at value creation in the built environment and give you a few tips on how to add value to your property.

What is value creation in construction?

Adding value to real estate property means making improvements to enhance its value and ultimately increase cash flow. This can include renovations, repairs, subdivisions, building reconfiguration, zone changes, vacancy lease-ups, etc.

How to add value to your commercial property?

There are a plethora of ways to add value to your commercial property. They include:

1. Improving the exterior

Sprucing up the exterior of your property is a small change, but it can make a drastic improvement. A few simple ways you can improve the exterior of your building include:

• Cleaning windows regularly
• Landscaping
• Painting the outside bricks

2. Add more space
Adding space can go a long way in increasing the value of your commercial property. Parking space and extra storage are always in demand, so adding more of that can help increase the demand for your property. If you have a commercial building, creating additional offices or more conference space can help make the building more alluring. That said, ensure that the extra space you create is practical and functional. A key consideration these days is modern office trends, a need to include collaborative spaces, embrace how the pandemic has changed the way we use technology not only at home but in the office. Offices now have to be destinations rather than a place people come to each day.

3. Add new amenities
Other than the space itself, tenants and buyers consider the amenities the building has to offer. Availability of wireless internet, a fitness centre, an entertainment area, etc., can significantly increase the value of your property. If you are unsure what amenities to add to your building, talk to your tenants and other individuals who frequently use the building because they know exactly what could make their lives easier.

4. Invest in smart building technology
Smart building technology may be what you need to add a wow factor to your building. It automates processes to automatically control the building’s operations, such as lighting, security, heating, etc. This improves the efficiency of your building and can be a unique selling point.

5. Update and modernise
As mentioned earlier, new developments are always coming up. Therefore, it is crucial that your building is comparable to the surrounding properties in terms of quality, aesthetics, and style. Installing new floor coverings, updating the HVAC system, buying energy-efficient appliances, etc., are a few updates that can really modernise your property.

If you want to update your commercial building’s flooring, Duraflor is a leading luxury vinyl tiles and carpet tile supplier for commercial spaces. Get in touch with us today for more information about our products.

Office Design Trends Of 2022

Office using Axis LVT and Freedom

What are the significant office design trends of 2022?

You may have thought post- 2020/21 pandemic high levels, hot-desking would come to the fore as one of the office design trends of 2022 with having fewer people in an office at any one time (combined with a good cleaning regime of course) – but that seems to be missing the point.

According to a report by the National Bureau of Economic Research, from small businesses to large companies, approximately 70% of companies will adopt a hybrid “home and office” model by 2022.

So, the shift is more sizeable, resulting in a comeback for co-working spaces, and not just for freelancers and entrepreneurs, but for whole office teams that want to temporarily use the facilities rather than having a permanent base.

Plus, we already touched on the other trend – a “destination office” – A key concept here is the idea of designing a “destination office” – a highly attractive workspace that staff want to come to rather than being obliged to attend. A place where healthy interaction is encouraged.

We now look a little more detail at some of the key considerations for offices in 2022.

1. Integrated technology workstations and acoustic Pods

In an age of high-tech, it only makes sense that we want to be able to access technology at our fingertips while we’re working. We want to be able to charge our smartphones, tablets and laptops easily in the office. But now that we are used to making calls on Teams or Zoom, we also want to continue this method of communication with customers and suppliers, or remote colleagues even while sitting in an office with many of our work team. So, while offices are about interaction, having Pods or soundproof offices where we can interact is also a greater consideration, especially if multiple participants of an online call are also in the same place.

2. Collaboration centres
Collaboration centres are a popular commercial interior design trend because they help people work more efficiently meaning that they ultimately get more done. These are designated spaces that allow people to brainstorm, share ideas and generally work together. They’re often set up in an open concept design, so that several people can work together at the same time if they choose to. It is no surprise that this will be a key feature of a destination office – creative thinking around this, including items such as bleachers and other collaborative furniture innovation should form part of thinking, as well as zoning off different areas of the floor, which is where we come in.

Contact us for help with your office redesign project.

Ideas to make offices more energy efficient

Energy efficient ratings on an office plan

Ways to make offices more energy efficient
Energy efficiency is a critical factor in building and construction work. As the world’s natural resources get depleted, all entities are trying to preserve and carefully manage these resources. Commercial buildings are no exception.
State of affairs

Offices are in fact amongst the largest energy consumers in the country, next to the retail, industrial, health, and hospitality sectors. In addition, heating and lighting take up most of the energy produced in the country. Such consumption confirms the importance of energy efficiency in all new buildings and renovations of old buildings.

Many of these ideas you will already be aware of but it is worth recapping.

1. Invest in certified energy-efficient devices
Specifically, invest in Energy Star-labelled products – with regards the

UK, this label is used on office equipment and shows that a product has achieved energy efficiency standards set by the EU. These products consume less power than similar products. Consuming less energy leaves more for future use while buying time for natural resource rebuilding efforts.

2. Adopt modern architectural designs
In the past, office blocks were enclosed cages that needed lighting round the clock. Seeing as lighting is one of the biggest energy consumers countrywide, adopting an open plan style office layout helps minimise the need to keep the lights on. By using more natural light, the building will use less energy for lighting. Additionally, using more steel and glass in construction with proper sealing prevents heat loss. This option adds to energy conservation since the building won’t need as much heating.

3. Use energy-efficient and longer-lasting materials
Besides lighting, the floors and walls are the following energy loss points in a commercial building. There are energy-efficient commercial flooring products such as luxury vinyl tiles that have balanced heat retention and dissipation. This way, you won’t need to constantly heat the offices when it’s cold or cool them down during summer. Commercial carpets and carpet tiling boost energy efficiency by retaining heat during cold seasons.

4. Make the commercial building smart
Installing smart thermostats, smart lighting, and other automated devices helps monitor energy use and increase efficiency in energy consumption. For example, smart lights turn off when no one is in the office. Similarly, a smart thermostat regulates the office temperature far more accurately than people.

It’s essential to find ways to preserve energy and consume it responsibly and sustainably. Designing energy-efficient commercial buildings is an excellent strategy since commercial buildings are among the biggest energy consumers.

Office layout trends

Meeting room pod, outside walkaway with 3 contrasting textile colours

What are the office layout trends?

Office layout is incredibly important for staff wellbeing, teamwork and productivity. There have been debates about what type of office is best for decades – small enclosed cubicles, comfortable home-away-from-home workplaces with sleep pods or large open plan offices with hot desking. Balancing privacy, interaction and teamwork can be difficult, but with the right office layout, businesses can see huge increases in productivity and innovation. We take a look at some of the science behind office layouts and what type of office might be best for businesses. Office design has never been so important, considering the impact of the pandemic and the trend of creating a destination office – one worth leaving home for!

Researching office layout

In the 1960s, inventor Robert Propst headed a team of mathematicians, anthropologists, and psychologists to understand how an office actually worked. The designer furniture company Herman Miller had tasked him with creating a research division that examined how office layout affected worker behaviour and performance. This was perhaps the first time office layout design was truly studied by scientists.

Are open offices good for productivity?

In the 1900s, open offices were the norm, with large open spaces and rows of desks. Robert Propst’s research led to the idea that open offices weren’t good for productivity and workers needed to get up, interact with each other and move around more. Their work led to the development of the famous Action Office, which evolved unintentionally into the office cubicle, which became the norm in many offices until the 2010s.

Cubicles to open offices

Office cubicles weren’t popular and most companies switched to open offices to encourage communication and collaboration. However, open offices have actually been shown to decrease face-to-face worker communication, with a 73% fall in interactions and the use of email increasing by 67%. In many studies, enclosed private offices outperformed open-plan layouts. More recent research has also shown that the open office can be detrimental to productivity, with most workers finding them loud, distracting and difficult to work in.

Privacy vs teamwork

When it comes to privacy vs teamwork, prioritising the design of an office layout is essential and it is important to make sure workers have enough privacy to concentrate. Though teamwork is essential, it can often be easier to communicate in private office meetings than in the middle of an open office.

It might be best simply to ask

Perhaps the best way to redesign an office for a team is to conduct some research and ask the teams what type of office they find best to work in. Involving teams means greater buy-in, and as previously mentioned, with the need to encourage staff to return to the office, it is important to reassess how the space will be used and which precautions need to be in place to ensure office hygiene, so employees feel safer at work.

Get in touch

If you’re helping a business change its office layout to increase productivity or collaboration, Duraflor has a huge range of office flooring options for a modern and innovative workplace. Contact our flooring experts team today to discuss what flooring would be best.

Add value to commercial rentals

Freedom Storm adding value to a rental property

Flooring can add value to commercial rentals


Working on commercial refurbishment projects for rental means that you focus on ways to bring value to a location. And considering high-quality flooring options, means that you have a greater chance of increasing the value of a property and attracting buyer interest.

Why Duraflor?

Duraflor is a provider of a range of different flooring products for commercial spaces but more importantly the ranges are popular designs, that can meet the budget needs of landlords, while adding value and aesthetic appeal to any commercial environment, making it attractive to tenants.

The products on offer include carpet tiles that add an extra degree of texture and warmth to any commercial space, and luxury vinyl tiles that are often selected for their natural appeal but low maintenance and hygiene benefits.

How Duraflor can help

Stock availability: This choice of popular carpet tiles or LVT is available from UK stock for immediate delivery, which means there are no project hold-ups. Once any construction work is finished, you can expect a speedy installation. To discuss your project and be sent samples, contact our sales team for a fast and efficient response on 01592 630 030.

Immediate Pricing: We really do make things easy, we give you an immediate price and talk about the best options to meet your budget requirements.

Expertise: Not only do we have a great knowledge of what is both a popular floor covering design, which will stand the test of time, but we are experts in floor preparation. We can help you and sub-contractors with site advice and make recommendations for every aspect of floor preparation and finishing.

How flooring adds value

Adding extra design: The internal design of any property includes the way it looks. Having a neutral, but still beautiful, flooring option in place invites a range of design options for office planners. We often refer to our flooring as the canvas for the interior designer, a wise choice of floor covering completes the look of a building without restricting design ambition. We can help with choice of colours and patterns of carpet tile, or suggest luxury vinyl tiles that create an immediate welcoming and/or practical look.

Ready for work: If companies view a bare-floored property, they may be deterred from renting or buying it, as a property can look unfinished. Companies see more value in an office that is ready for them to move into. It is certainly worth considering the differences between CAT A, CAT A+ and CAT B projects – this link may serve as a good bit of advice on what the market is now looking for.

Try Duraflor

If you’re interested in discussing which flooring products we believe can add value to commercial rentals, the Duraflor team are ready to help. We want to help make the refurbished property as profitable as possible for you.

What are the ways to eliminate downtime on fit-out projects?

Wrecking ball hitting an alarm clock


Ideas to eliminate downtime on fit-out projects

Any commercial interior design project that requires collaboration between several groups of people is likely to experience some roadblocks along the way. No project plan is foolproof, but there are some steps that can be taken to ensure minimal problems.

We have complied a few best practice tips but also tried to give them additional insights.

Draft and discuss a plan

The best way to prepare for inevitable issues is to establish a detailed plan early on. This should encompass every aspect of the fit-out process, including the date for commercial flooring installation to the payment schedule for the entire project. Getting everything down in writing works doubly to give concrete form to your plans while functioning as a record and reference. Combing through the project timeline also helps to spot potential roadblocks before they occur, allowing for early contingency planning. It also sets out expectations and reduces the chances of client changes without an extra cost being realised. Sitting down to draw out this plan will also offer further chances for interfacing between the contractor, designer, and client, helping smooth over communication in the long run.

It isn’t just about what should go right….

Our insight here is around leaning from past mistakes. It is important to foster a culture that says it is OK to make mistakes as long as you own them and work with everyone to address them. An open and honest dialogue at this stage, discussing what can regularly go wrong, and how it has been previously addressed can help all parties share issues as they arrive, and know what to do in advance in many cases.

Ensure open communication

We just referenced it and perhaps the most pertinent consideration in any fit-out project is constant and effective communication between all parties involved. Good communication ensures a better working relationship over the course of the fit-out.

Furthermore, should there be any last-minute changes or inevitable issues arising, negotiations will be much easier to navigate with a pre-existing rapport between all involved parties. These conversations may also reveal further ways to cut costs and improve the efficiency of the fit-out process by deferring to the respective professionals in the conversation. Duraflor is happy to advise flooring contractors and designers on floor preparation issues as well as selecting the best products for the job. That can extend to providing product quantities and assisting with site measuring and various testing.

Expect conflict and be prepared to deal with it…..

Regardless of all the steps taken to prevent issues, there will inevitably be hiccups. In the event of an actual clashing or untenable change of plans, one skill that is invaluable is conflict management. There are several ways to mitigate conflict, such as using the Imago technique of mirroring, empathising with and validating the other party’s perspective before presenting your own viewpoint and inviting them to do the same for you. With open communication and by approaching the conflict firmly but kindly, there is usually a compromise to be found.

Make Downtime Productive

“Downtime” is a word that no designer wants to hear. It typically signals a problem with the fit-out process and can result in costly delays.

If circumstances out of your control result in unexpected downtime, it may however present an opportunity to look at areas that could be improved, see if a positive can come out of an issue.

Perhaps some of the inspection processes or activities that normally fall at the end of a project can be implemented earlier, to claw back some project time. Additional environmental and cost issues might be addressed.

The pace of some projects often means that company staff or sub-contractors are not as engaged with projects as they could be. Downtime could be productively used in working with the company to engage staff around the changes. Minimizing downtime is all about making a workforce feel empowered to speak up be heard, and to be a part of the solutions that make their office environment a great place to work. If the project hits a glitch, involving staff has additional bonuses and is likely to reap rewards for the client, and make the job of navigating the delay easier.

Our Mantra

As part of the Langford Group, we are on a mission to eliminate downtime, our distribution arm SASGO has a reputation for keeping projects moving through unrivalled service. At Duraflor’s premises we hold popular floorcoverings in stock (in the UK) and make everything easy for you, with regards pricing, expert advice, and delivery. We make sure that we are part of your solution to eradicate downtime. Contact us to discuss your project and how we can help.

Benefits of an office fit-out

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The benefits of an office fit-out on wellbeing


We explore the benefits of an office fit-out from a wellbeing and productivity perspective, as well as providing helpful hints on how those involved keep their own wellbeing optimal!

The UK Workplace Survey previously reported that over 8 million UK employees are negatively affected by poorly designed workplaces. An outdated design, or one that makes workers feel enclosed, directly affects performance and morale. With the 2020 survey talking about 2/3 wanting a hybrid of working from home and in the office, the office needs to meet even higher standards to promote wellbeing and encourage staff to be present.

Likewise, according to Forbes, “research shows how workplace design positively influences health, wellbeing, employee satisfaction, and performance.” Undoubtedly, a good fit-out is an invaluable asset to the workplace.

A well-thought-out design not only gives a good first impression to prospects and is a welcoming environment to clients, but it also affects staff productivity and mood. Before making any decisions, here are a few things to consider, and how these affect the workplace:

1. Invigorating common areas
Common areas should make a statement about the company but also provide comfort. Areas like the reception desk, as well as others that are open to the public like coffee shops and atriums, should be inviting, with comfortable waiting rooms and engaging spaces with interesting details. Encouraging investment in designed lighting or striking artwork can make the space feel more alive and make a good first impression.

2. Design that reflects the brand’s identity
The workplace should also highlight the brand’s identity. Consider adding subtle details that reflect the company’s values and bring more cohesiveness and originality to the space; think consistent colour schemes for commercial carpets, as well as logos on glass partitions.

3. Incorporate wellness and nature
Functionality is important, but the space should also feel nurturing and restorative. Diversity of settings allows people to move around between private and public areas. Increasing the number of open spaces also encourages well-being, safety, and flexibility. Include glass fronts in office and conference rooms and consider designs that invoke nature such as biomorphic forms in materials, textures, and artwork. These subtle details allow the different rooms to “breathe” and feel more integrated with the overall space.

4. Be environmentally conscious
The workplace can benefit from more natural lighting, which cuts the cost of overhead lighting consumption. Likewise, consider installing solar panels for clean energy and avoid waste by recommending the use of more cloud technologies.

All the above factors should make a big difference to an office environment. Wellbeing and practicality can be harmonised whilst making smart design decisions, which are reflected in a more pleasant atmosphere in the workplace.

The office fit-out – it is not all plain sailing


Any commercial interior design project that requires collaboration between several groups of people is likely to experience some roadblocks along the way. No project plan is foolproof, but there are some steps that can be taken to ensure minimal problems.

When it comes to the benefits of office fit-outs on wellbeing it is important to consider implementation as much as end results. A few tips are:

1. Make a Plan
The best way to prepare for inevitable issues is to establish a detailed plan early on. This should encompass every aspect of the fit-out process. This added structure also provides opportunities for clear boundaries to be delineated. Sitting down to draw out this plan will also offer further chances for interfacing between the contractor, designer and client, helping smooth over communication in the long run.

2. Ensure open communication
Perhaps the most pertinent consideration in any fit-out project is constant and effective communication between all parties involved. This dictates the quality of all other aspects of the process by ensuring that open discussion about the project is encouraged. Good communication also ensures a better working relationship over the course of the fit-out.

Regardless of all the steps taken to prevent issues, there will inevitably be hiccups. In the event of an actual clashing or untenable change of plans, one skill that is invaluable is conflict management. This aspect of the fit-out project is further eased by utilising clear channels of communication established early on in the timeline.

At Duraflor we make it our responsibility to give you the best possible service, having stock ready for delivery to site at the precise point that you need it. So when it comes to getting a office fit-out project completed on time there is one less consideration to think about – contact us now using our enquiry form, email us at [email protected] or call 01592 630 030 – we are here to help.

Choosing commercial flooring that will last

Durable office flooring AXIS LVT

How to choose commercial flooring that will last?

If your office is due for a refit or you’re a flooring professional that needs a hardwearing solution for clients, the durability of the flooring you choose is an important factor. From tough vinyl flooring for restaurants to carpet tiles for waiting rooms, the type of flooring you choose needs to suit the environment both now and in the future. In this article, we look at how to choose commercial flooring that will last for years to come and continue to look good despite frequent use.

The benefits of durable flooring

Durability is an important factor for any floor, but it’s even more important in a commercial building where people are working, moving furniture, visiting and walking around.

Flooring that has been designed specifically for use in Commercial areas is Class 33 Heavy Commercial Wear. The BS EN standard requires that the flooring product will last at least 10 years without presenting problems, that is if used in the designated room type. However, the floor must have also been installed according to the instructions, and be used and maintained as prescribed, for this to apply. For more details on Flooring Classifications and Regulations we recommend this blog.

Flooring that has been designed specifically for use in these areas, like vinyl flooring and hard wearing commercial carpet tiles, tend to last far longer than a wooden floor or linoleum.

There are a number of benefits to choosing a durable flooring solution like LVT, including

– more resistant to wear and tear
– low maintenance
– more hygienic
– easier to install
– long warranty
– neutral and often natural design

Long-lasting floors are especially important for high traffic areas like hallways and entrances so pay attention to the quality of the flooring you choose and what it’s made of. To make sure your flooring lasts even longer, you could also install entrance matting to protect it and reduce slip hazards.

Choosing timeless commercial flooring

It’s also wise to think about the design you choose for your commercial flooring. A bright floral pattern might be very on-trend but it will probably look outdated far quicker than a neutral grey floor, or sophisticated darker design. Designs with random patterns can be beneficial from both a long-term appearance perspective, and wastage during installation. It’s also a good idea to choose a neutral floor if you are planning to redecorate in the future, so the floor will match, even if the walls have changed.

It is important that the flooring is reflective of the company’s image/brand for it to stand the test of time.

Call our team

If you’re looking for durable commercial flooring that will last for many years, at Duraflor we have a wide range of options to suit any commercial environment. Call our flooring experts on 01592 630 030 today, so we can find the perfect hard-wearing solution for your commercial flooring project.