Meet the FLOOR360 Design Team
Our Milwaukee flooring team consists of designers who understand full home interior design but with an expertise in flooring design. Our process includes understanding the needs of your space (children, pets, hobbies) as well as exploring your design style. We provide CAD drawings for showers and backsplashes and present a full design palette. Designs include your paint colors, trim and cabinets to ensure your flooring selections enhance the personality of your home.
FLOOR360 Milwaukee offers a full variety of floor coverings for your home. We currently stock and special order wool and nylon carpet, solid or engineered hardwood, laminate, luxury vinyl and tile.
Kashou Design Studio
Kashou Design Studio is a flooring showroom unlike anything Milwaukee has seen. We feature a collaborative environment with a lounge-like space to enjoy coffee, water, espresso or even a glass of wine while selecting from the most design-driven exclusive products in Milwaukee.
Our residential flooring products are also far from ordinary with exclusive fashion that you find in the major design cities of New York, LA, or Milan but priced to Midwest values. Our exclusive Dabbieri carpet, European hardwoods, unsurpassed tile and stone collection as well as the best of the new floor covering categories of cork, bamboo and luxury vinyl planks are all unique flooring options that will define your home as uniquely yours.
Contact a Designer
Tell us about your upcoming project large or small. We’ll pair you with a designer to guide you through your decision making and installation process. It all starts with a design consultation in our showroom, bring inspiration photos if you have them!
Carpet Flooring Showroom Location and Hours
Milwaukee Flooring Showroom Location
12500 W. Silver Spring Drive, Milwaukee, WI 53007
Showroom closed November 7 and November 8
FLOOR360 showrooms are now available by appointment. Get started on your project by filling out a design contact form.
Offices and Showroom will be closed on Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Friday after Thanksgiving, December 25, December 26, and New Year’s Day.