From Gray to Gorgeous! SoftTiles Childrens' Playroom Basement Makeover- D103
February 27, 2015 12:54 / 0 comments
Photo by photographer Greg Kessler, www.gregkessler.com.
Talk about extreme makeovers! SoftTiles 2x2 Foam Mats helped turn a NYC co-op basement into this colorful children's playroom. SoftTiles Interlocking Foam Mats are perfect for use directly on top of concrete floors. SoftTiles will turn your basement playroom floor into a soft, safe, and comfortable play area for your kids. You can choose from our bright colors and die-cut shapes to create bright basement floor mats!
• SoftTiles mats can be easily put on top of whatever flooring surface currently exists.
(Concrete, flat carpet, linoleum, ceramic tile, etc.)
• SoftTiles’ dense foam material provides a padded soft insulating surface to cover cold concrete basement floors.
• SoftTiles’ many color options help brighten up an otherwise dark and colorless space.
• SoftTiles are made of a closed cell foam and do not absorb water. This makes it a better option than carpet in areas where you may have water seepage or flooding potential. Where a carpet can be difficult to remove and destroyed by water, SoftTiles can be easily pulled up, air-dried, cleaned, and put back in your basement.
Installation is simple.
The puzzle edges of the mats interlock together, so they are easy to put down and install, without messing with adhesives.
•Use our sloped borders to give the room a finished look, or as a transitional border to areas of the floor not covered by the SoftTiles. You can also easily cut the mats yourself using a box-cutting knife, so you can go wall-to-wall with your SoftTiles flooring.
How would I use them?
Our customers have used SoftTiles to create large fun playrooms, workout/ stretching rooms, home offices, craft rooms, pet sleeping areas, flooring for covered deck rooms, and more. Basically- any place that you want a soft, easy-to-install cushioned floor. This can also be in small areas where you stand a lot, whether it is a handyman’s workshop, kitchen, or laundry area. The uses in a home environment are limitless.