Desks are here to stay. There is an interesting pattern with design and meaning.
A pattern with a sense of movement created by the interplay between lattice lines and square focal points.
This layout uses LX1200 tiles in the full range of colors. See how unique each one looks.
Color switching between counter and lobby floor. Designed for you to get conscious about the zoning.
A stylish space inspired by bringing in the green from outside through the window.
An elegant striped pattern chosen to go with the atmosphere of the store and products.
A design pattern inspired by a beach.
Here is a bias effect in basic colors. For everybody to experience elegance and playfulness.
A lone pentagon on the floor. This design is stylish and impressive.
This floor may invigorate your day. The orange makes you feel vividly and open-hearted.
A big curve is best suited for a large space. Give your public area a relaxed atmosphere.
Make your workday pleasurable. The bright, expansive pattern helps you get it.
This is a place to get your body back to normal. The design must cheer up your feelings.
Just like on a tremendous canvas, this design imparts light and nature..
In a hall with lots of stairs, the seamless tile LX-1900 is best suited.
The way the colors are divided in large steps adds interest to the space.
An elegant bias design. Perfect for restaurants, too.
Randomly arranging products with similar colors adds depth.
Use a colorful scheme to create a bright atmosphere.
Scatter the focal points to add a sense of movement.
Here, a touch of interest has been added to the design by arranging tiles with the same color but different patterns to create a border on one side.
Make a small difference even in a narrow space. Put an accent against a wall, for instance.
This design uses two different colors of tiles placed randomly to create a sense of depth.
Woody warm colors to create a peaceful room.
Using colors that match the furniture creates a comfortable space.
A pattern of tiles that looks like a rug.
A relaxing, resort-like atmosphere.
A natural style that takes colors from beyond the window and incorporates them into the floor.
Using the LX-1800 and LX-1900 with unnoticeable joints, the wavy pattern extends largamente before your eyes.
A simple style with colors that match the furniture.
The kind of layout that can only be created by using tiles with the same color but different patterns. Combining LX2500 and LX2600 creates a space with a distinctive feel.
The large, diagonal color-blocking creates a sharp impression.
The square pattern with large differences in shading gives the space a modern feel.
A design based on a large gradation and a tile arrangement that evokes flagstones.
A pattern of lines of different widths. It gives the space a stylish ambience.
Light and calm colors for the rest space.
A sophisticated design with a focal color that matches the furniture.
Accents are added along the way from the entrance. Make your workplace motivational.
Providing sense of asymmetric space accentuated with a bold cross.
Pattern with achromatic and natural-colored cells comfortably gradated.
Simply creating check patterns with single-color LX1200 tiles offers a wealth of design possibilities.
A pattern formed from the gradation of dark and light colors. The purple scheme exudes intelligence and beauty.
Mother Nature’s colors sprinkled here and there. Healing effect ingeniously added in workplaces.
The matching colors on the wall and floor give the space a sense of unity.
A vivid red chair adds a splash of color that contrasts with the chic floor.
Different colors are used for each space.
Three same-color, different-pattern products randomly arranged. Enjoyable flooring with various expressions.
LX-1500 tiles look beautiful laid in a simple arrangement.
Laying different tiles on either side of the curve formed by the lighting produces a gentle atmosphere.
A bold design created with zoning in mind.
A totally coordinated scheme that uses matching colors for the walls, floors, and furniture.
Featuring a brilliant blue border, your space looks more refreshing.
The key color here is red. Look at the floor, wall and floor to enjoy the color switching.
Adding a wave pattern to a cold, hard space makes it feel softer.
Wall colors and floor colors are well matched each other.
Conscious of the impresssive ceiling curves, the floor colors are also zoned in curved lines.
Brisk coordination in beige and bluish green. Possibly accentuated with your corporate color.
The lines are sharply laid out with modernist touch. A flooring plan for large spaces.
Using different tiles creates aisles even when there are no walls.
A color scheme consisting entirely of soft tones. A darker tone has been used in front of the door, as an area that many people will pass through.
Throw in some green for a bright, clean-looking space.
This design uses a color layout that fits in with the space, and combines LX2500 and LX2600 to form a gradation.
A simple pattern of rhythmically arranged focal points.
A pattern created with zoning in mind. Yellow is added as an accent.