Luxury vinyl tiles from Polyflor feature in the stylish interior design scheme at The LiquorLab, a new cocktail bar in Telford, Shropshire.
Situated at the Southwater development, tiles from the heavy commercial Affinity255 PUR range were perfect to suit the laidback, industrial inspired design scheme of this trendy cocktail bar.
Tiles in the Huckleberry Oak shade were installed in the lounge, seating and bar areas, guaranteeing customers had an inviting area to socialise in.
The particular shade used features rich hues in a realistic wood effect design with authentic surface textures and intense grain detailing.
Matt Taylor, Owner of The LiquorLab, said, “We’re delighted with the finished look of the bar as the flooring perfectly complements the modern, stylish décor and furniture. Our staff also find the flooring easy to clean and maintain everyday.”
Designed for areas with high levels of footfall, the durable Affinity255 range boasts an eclectic mix of 16 authentically reproduced wood plank designs in a wide plank format, incorporating both traditional styles and contemporary trends.
It is also 100% recyclable via the Recofloor recycling scheme and contains an average of 40%.
Affinity255 samples can be ordered free of charge on the Polyflor website or by calling the Polyflor Samples Direct Hotline on 0161 767 2551 or on the Polyflor website.
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