Front-of-the-house flooring not only has to look good and complement the interior design, but it should also provide a safe surface for staff and diners.
There are three main types of floors and each have pros and cons.
A Q&A with Scott Crandall, VP of National Accounts for Crossville, Inc.
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Flooring plays a big role in a restaurant setting. As one interior element that touches every single customer and every staff member, and one that has major implications
In restaurant design, every detail matters, from the ceiling to the floor and everything in between. While many bits and pieces come together in one harmonious design,
Informed Decisions about Your Flooring Installation Can Ensure Success
Flooring can be the least exciting part of the restaurant design process, but it’s ultimately the element that everyone — from customers to staff to vendors — interacts
Multiple factors go into flooring selection — aesthetics, durability and cost among them. But if safety doesn't get equal consideration you're putting employees, guests
When selecting flooring, there is much to consider beyond simple aesthetics, and the options for a restaurant are many and diverse: traditional carpet and quarry tile; a