When you are seeing up a new salon it can often be quite an expensive affair. You need so many things, from salon chairs to mirrors, reception desks and more. When you add in the cost of some of the flooring and lighting, it can soon become a very large outlay. Salon floor coverings may be wooden boards, tiled floors or various other commercial surfaces such as Karndean™. Whilst these all have undeniable advantages and can have a very appealing style, they are all quite costly options.
We are hearing that more and more salon owners might start out by making use of industrial paints for their floor, such as epoxy floor paint. These floor coatings have always been popular with car showrooms where the two pack system is often followed by a top coat to provide the sheen you might expect from a car showroom. Resistant to wear and tear and protective against spillages and chemicals, these perhaps unlikely salon floors are a great way to make a start and to have an easily maintainable floor.
Some salon owners push the boat out with painting salon floors and add flakes of glitter and colour to the finishing coat to produce a granite-like appearance which can be very appealing. Black floor paint with charcoal and dark silver paint flake shards can look very appealing and retain the advantages of a painted salon floor.