The Polished Concrete Co’s showroom in Croydon sets the scene for showcasing its Pandomo Floor and Floor Plus products in an industrial style environment. The Polished Concrete floors are shown in the warehouse where it is perhaps displayed in an environment more in keeping with it’s perceived natural home. Here in our showroom it is shown against a backdrop of brick and concrete with a more than passing nod to the lofts of New York and closer to home the converted warehouse spaces of the Docklands and other regenerated city areas.
However, polished concrete is more than just a floor for the hi-tech interiors of urbanites. It can also be used to complement many interiors and works equally well where there is a blend of different textures and architectural styles. Perhaps if a more modern, minimalist look is envisaged or a mixture of old and new –an old reclaimed Victorian door juxtaposed with a Charles Eames chair or a Robin Day sofa besides a French classic stool designed in 1934 by Xavier Pauchard. All offset against a cool, seamless floor. If your aspirations are of a country idyll then the use of a polished concrete floor can help you to create a less contrived chintz filled cliché and set your interior apart. Maybe you are more of shabby chic or Scandi style person? Whatever your aspirations, a polished concrete floor allows your creativity and imagination free rein to create an interior unique to your own individual style. At the showroom in Croydon, Polished Concrete Co can help you to achieve this by allowing you to view their extensive range of oiled and un-oiled hand-troweled flooring options.