When it comes to flooring and surfaces design, what could be more credible than a publication focused on floors? (we’ll wait)
Truly, check out the mission of Floor Focus magazine:
“We provide readers in both the residential and commercial sectors with an in-depth perspective on the latest trends and issues in the marketplace and offer insight…”
Trinity Surfaces’ Floor Focus Feature
On a more serious note, we have to confess that we were so excited to hear that one of our favorite magazines, Floor Focus, featured us! The article highlights a recent project that team Trinity Surfaces was a big part of.
Author of the article (and design guru), Angela Hinton dove right into the art of creating the perfect clubhouse. Pretty awesomely fun niche, don’t you think?
Hinton describes how clubhouses require a dynamic design that is cost-effective yet aesthetically-inspiring and maintenance-friendly. That’s where Trinity Surfaces comes in. The Capri Cork collection was the perfect fit for this clubhouse design project.
One of the many draws to Capri Cork flooring is that unlike its rubber predecessors, it comes with the function of champions without the rank smell of rubber. Like Hinton writes in her article, “club[house] members do not want to be smelling rubber while in their downward facing dog.”
Cork Flooring from Trinity Surfaces
Cork flooring is something we’ve been talking about a lot at Trinity Surfaces over the past couple of years. Between its price, longevity, and increasingly attractive design, we still believe that cork flooring (like the Capri Cork in the Floor Focus article) is just getting started.
The Capri Cork collection is loved by both residential and commercial designer, most likely because of its versatile nature. And, what makes a great product even better? Great customer service! The folks behind this collection are a cut above the rest when it comes to customer satisfaction. Alongside, Angela Hinton, team Trinity Surfaces highly recommends the Capri Cork collection!
This post was written by Matt Hepner