Posts Tagged ‘playroom flooring’

Soft Floor Tiles Used As A Display Surface, Trade Show Flooring Or As Playroom Flooring!

Posted on: August 12th, 2013 by

Interlocking Floor Mats Can Be Used In A Variety Of Ways!One of the great things about living in California is I’m so close to entertainment at pretty much anytime. This last weekend I was in Hollywood taking a stroll down the walk of fame looking at all the people, and there are a lot of people to look at. Aside from the normal character actors like Johnny Depp look a likes or Batman walking around there are your good ol’ fashioned masses of unwashed locals. I’ve met spacemen from the future warning about the end, Marilyn Monroe’s ghost and some people that aren’t just celebrity impersonators, but people that actual believe they’re said celebrity. It is very entertaining, but very weird at the same time. After an hour or so I have to take solace in the many many stores, who’s merchandise is often as entertaining as the people outside.

While looking around the Harvey Davidson store, I came across one of our products being used in such a simple way, I can’t believe I haven’t thought of it before. In the display cases, the store was using one of our textured SoftFloor tiles as a display surface. So simple and kinda cool looking. The soft floor tiles didn’t look out of place or like a cheap alternative to something, it actually fit in well. The shelves they had were glass, so the colored interlocking tiles gave some depth to the case and made the product pop. Most of the products in that store are black, so they used a contrasting gray tile. Ant the interlocking teeth just sitting exposed gave It a cool off beat look that I liked. The softfloor tiles are often used as trade show flooring or as playroom flooring, but hey sure found a good way to use too!

Once again, one of our many products has yet another use. So whether it’s at a craft fair or trade show, our soft floor tiles can add a different look and be a simple way to highlight your products. There’s a wide variety of colors and styles which makes it easy to change up color combinations to match the product or season. I wish I would have had this idea for the fourth of July. I can already envision a white rectangular table with red and blue tiles as the surfaces for appetizers!

Playroom Flooring for Kids

Posted on: June 18th, 2010 by

children's play matsPlayroom flooring or interlocking floor mats can save you a lot of headache and hassle as a parent. Every parent knows what it’s like to have to clean up the messes kids invariably make on the floor; we’re talking spills here, mostly. The worst ones are on carpet! You have to stop what you’re doing, attempt to soak or wipe up the spilled…whatever…and then try to clean it out using carpet cleaner; usually a foam carpet shampoo.

You could avoid all of that if you put down some durable kids playroom flooring tiles in your kids game room or primary “hang out” area; even if you don’t go wall to wall with them. They make an excellent sound and vibration barrier. These interlocking floor tiles come in a variety of colors, are impervious to fluids, and non-allergenic, and provide superb protection and comfort kids to lounge on while playing; they even protect against injuries from falls. Is it any wonder many playgrounds now days have similar protection with soft, durable playground flooring?

Children’s Play Mats

Posted on: May 11th, 2010 by

children's play matsWhen you say you are looking for children’s play mats, you might have to be a bit more specific. You see…kids play mats and play carpets are often grouped together, categorically-speaking. If you mean padded, folding mats like the one pictured here, you’ll love the phthalate-free tumbling mats made by Soft Play, which are a blast for little ones to tumble on, flip on, flop on, and even fall asleep on when they get tired.

But if you’re thinking of carpet play mats or play rugs for kids, then you’ll want to make sure there are plenty of Hot Wheels, blocks, or other toys to use for igniting active, young imaginations. And if you don’t want to take any chances of your young ones—whether they’re your own kids or students you teach or administer over—you would do well to investigate the advantages of playroom flooring so individual mats aren’t such a concern.