Cosmetics outlet flooring - Baufloor® screed
Project name: Mon Credo beauty store
Technology: Baufloor® PCC screed, platinum-grey, with black shades, polished. Laid on old concrete slab.
Use: cosmetics shop, salon, boutique, outlet
How to acquire such an outlet?
For franchise please approach Mon Credo ;), we provide flooring systems. Smart mixing of three different screed colors makes secret of this floor. You need a contractor with similar projects in their portfolio. Another success factor is polish - leave matte decision. Pictures depict polished variant. You can merely polish as well to get the half matte effect. Regular matte makes for another interesting (industrial) look.
Baufloor® screed is only 8-15 mm thick - just fine when the boutique is redecorated. Whip old floor-covering, tiles, parquet off and lay Baufloor®. Surface level will remain roughly intact.
Then with newly furnished shops, boutiques, salons, especially large ones, consider monolithic concrete flooring (10 cm+ thick). The solution may be cheaper - the slab and its finished surface constitute a single element, built at the same time. Call us and we'll suggest a suitable flooring system.
Joints had been artfully worked out here. Instead of trying to conceal, regular 45° angle cuts had been used, then filled with white sealant. Our joint sealants.
Is such a floor practical for cosmetics store, salon, boutique? It is pretty, unique, so producing marketing effect. The floor is not conspicuous - you won't overdo your interior. It's easy to maintain (may be washed), durable - will resist customers' footgear.
Wishing for a unique, awesome outlet floor? Call us now for a quote!
Unique, quaint, unobtrusive - such is this boutique's flooring. Sheer from customers' point of view, the floor makes an integral component of the interior - imagine plain tiles instead...
For this surface three differently-colored mortars, dry mixes had been used: platinum, grey and graphite. Through experienced contractor, unique appearance had been obtained - without repeated pattern or finishing machine traces.
Depicted floor's tint emerges after dark. During daylight, warm hue is replaced by cooler, concrete-like shade.