Early prototypical stores use a natural stone slate in the power aisles. The Golfsmith logo at the front of the store is a black absolute granite that is water jet cut in the slate field.
Vino Volo desired a metal fascia that would oxidize. Storefloors had it fabricated from steel plate with custom cut sizes and predrilled screw holes for ease of installation. It is used on both the interior and exterior fascia. Located at Tyson’s Galleria, VA.
Working with 5ive Creative, Storefloors was instrumental in selection and specification of all flooring offerings: broadloom carpet, custom area rug, engineered wood, large format porcelain tile. Storefloors also provided all transitions and adhesives required to maintain manufacturers’ warranties.
Haggar’s sales area flooring is comprised of 17” x 26” porcelain tiles and 6” x 24” porcelain wood look planks. The floor is complimented by the use of stacked ledge stone on feature walls.
The flooring complimented every aspect of the lobby from entry to the bar. The floor tile continues vertically up the front of the bar, blending in to direct the focus to this magnificent piano bar.
The Sea Ray L590 yachts are embellished with this rich 3 dimensional wood feature wall which adds beauty and elegance. The wood panels featured are walnut. The panels come 13.5” x 53.5” and go together like a puzzle pieces to create the beautiful backdrop.
Sweet Auburn, Hartsfield Jackson Int’l Airport
Sweet Auburn is a market located in the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. The glazed white brick, porcelain wood look planks and large format porcelain tiles are attractive while functioning to differentiate the various areas of the store. Each product was selected for performance, low maintenance and long lasting appearance.
House of Hoops
Once a multi-year rollout was executed, the challenge was to replicate the look of the prototype in a fast-track retrofit scenario in existing Foot Locker stores. Storefloors had the floors custom made to replicate the reclaimed visual in an engineered format that included faux nail holes and indentations. The floors were mass produced to achieve consistency and ongoing availability.
The owner and designer wanted interior finishes to coordinate with their paint colors. We worked with them to match LVT wood plank and broadloom carpet to their color palette, and also procured a coordinating carpet for use in the areas where breakables are displayed.