The most traditional laying method for carpet tiles is quarter turn . Though recent trends show that a monolithic, single direction approach is often preferred to quarter turn these days, as well as more complex options such as brick repeat, half drop or even random lay. Each laying method has its own merits and this article focuses how to use quarter turn in a contemporary way.
You can play with angles and light when laying carpet tiles quarter turn – especially if the product has a linear design. One product can look more interesting by quarter turning the tiles.
Kowerk Offices, Budapest – lateral
Quelfire Offices, Chesire – hadron
NUAST, Nottingham – tivoli
Access Interiors, St Ives – balance echo
By using more than one Burmatex carpet tile product, you can create a mixed up, random effect. The strength of this collaborative style is enhanced by quarter turning the tiles.
Advanced Tapes Offices, Leicester – strands
NUAST, Nottingham – balance stripe
Quarter turning carpet tiles can create a strong look, ideal for statement areas on your floor.
Wester Hailes Library, Edinburgh – strands
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