Emily Steinhorst


I graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point in December of 2018 with a degree in Interior Architecture and Business, and have been in the flooring and tile industry here at FLOOR360 since September of 2019! I love the freedom that comes with design and the balance of creating a space that is both functional and tasteful. I enjoy keeping up with trends and industry knowledge, and doing research to help clients create their ideal space that is both functional and beautiful. My personal style utilizes classic and clean neutrals and incorporates bright splashes of color to bring a client’s personality to the room.

When I’m not at work I enjoy antiquing, hiking, spending time with friends, and helping out at my local church.

1-608-204-7534 | esteinhorst@floor360.com


"Emily answered all my questions in choosing Vinyl Plank flooring for living, dining rooms and hall. The floor is beautiful. Daniel and his installation team did it all in one day. Great selection and quality at Floor 360." - Linda

“We just love our backsplash and couldn’t be happier!” – Andrea

Design Portfolio

Kitchen Backsplash

Chic and Modern. Light and Bright. Create visual attention in your kitchen's high-impact zone above the stove with a design accent perfectly installed by FLOOR360

Stairway Carpeting

Emily helped her clients select the carpeting and our in-house carpet fabricator provided the serging and finishes while our installers completed the look.

Stairway Carpeting

The carpeting used on the staircase is Anderson/Tuftex Stroll – Spring Green. FLOOR360 also provided the custom serging to complete the look.

Luxury Vinyl

This is a floating luxury vinyl from Karndean's Korlok Select collection – the color is Baltic Limed Oak

Kitchen Backsplash

Emily assisted her clients with the tile selection and FLOOR360 expert installers installed the subway tile backsplash. Tip: Control the humidity in your home during the winter to prevent cracking in all of your backsplashes.

Bathroom Project

Here is a picture of a bathroom remodel I designed right after graduation. Their old bathroom had a huge, wood trim window in the very middle of their shower wall that was impractical. They still wanted a window, but one that made sense in the space. We exchanged it with two clerestory windows, raised the height of the shower head, and covered the walls to the ceiling with elegant scalloped grey tile.

Design Inspiration

The best part about design is that there are no rules! Go bold. Get creative and try a new pattern or mix-match styles. Your home is your own; make it so!