The industrial warehouse aesthetic is often associated with polished concrete floors, steel, exposed brick and vintage furnishings. Along with renovation television shows, visual social media platforms including Instagram have propelled this urban design aesthetic into popularity.
These days more and more restaurants and bars are creating “Instagram friendly” environments. These settings are designed to be photo friendly and feature many typical industrial factory design components.
Resin flooring can be used to create and compliment this atmosphere. Resin systems can be tailored to create a subtle, natural finish emulating the desired aesthetic whilst also tailoring performance requirements such as material, thickness and functionality.
The final SlideShare presentation in our three part series looks at facilities where polished concrete is commonly specified and how a resin flooring alternative can provide a flexible fit-for-purpose alternative.
You can read more about Polished Concrete Alternatives with our free whitepaper, “Comparing Polished Concrete with Resin Floor Options for Commercial Environments”.