As seen in the March 2021 issue of Madison Magazine
Our Design Process
FLOOR360’s talented team of designers are ready to assist in the selection of the perfect floor for your kitchen design.
Jen Fickling, FLOOR360’s Director of Residential Sales, said aside from answering simple questions about color preferences, materials and budget, clients can also share inspiration photos they’ve found to help guide the design process.
“Our design process is an experience that’s collaborative, creative and above all hassle-free,” said Fickling. “Our designers excel at bringing all the elements together to create a custom personalized space specific to the client’s needs and wishes.”
Popular Kitchen Surface Materials
“We are seeing these wood-look hard surfaces installed in more and more custom homes because of the constantly improving quality of gorgeous realistic wood looks and the durability they provide for kid and pet-friendly homes,” she said.
For tile flooring and backsplashes, Fickling said FLOOR360 offers design centric materials that are unmatched by other local companies and are generally only found in larger cities like New York and Los Angeles. FLOOR360 generates CAD drawings for approval on all tile designs so clients can trust the outcome will be true to their vision.
Hardwood continues to be a popular choice for many homeowners because of its timeless beauty and functionality. Fickling said the current trend is using lighter woods, like oak, because they help camouflage scuffs and dust.
Kitchen Design Solution
FLOOR360 also has an in-house fabricator to offer custom rug options to pair with hard surface flooring.
“A custom area rug for a kitchen is a great design solution because it adds protection for the hard surface while offering an opportunity to complement or contrast with the overall design,” she said.