Today we are hosting a Guest post from Tiles Direct on the blog. A post looking at how to bring greenery and nature into the office space... Image source: Pexels With more and more people embracing ‘green living’ in their homes and everyday lives in a bid to reduce their environmental impact,
The rise of neutral colours can be linked to the recent buzz around Scandinavian aesthetics. The trend calls for de-cluttered spaces that play with light and texture rather than bright colour and loud pattern. Soft and natural shades of concrete, cork, metal and wood are drawn upon for inspiration
FURNITURE AND ACCESSORIES Many elements contribute to making a workspace comfortable, productive, professional and flexible and as the habits of workers evolve, so does the design of the products that fit within the office environment. People are living longer, working longer and therefore health
In this post we will be looking at workplace wellness; how our office environments play a role in our mental well being and health. This topic was chosen as May dedicates itself to Mental Health Awareness week in the UK (8th - 14th) and Mental Health Awareness Month in the US respectively.
In this post we are showing a selection of some of our newest, commercially relevant, burmatex installations. All fitted in a range of environments, from education to student accommodation and offices. Each case study image below shows how the carpet tiles were laid out to give you an idea of how