For centuries, architects and interior designers have looked to cork to deliver specific properties to their designs. Flooring that is soft underfoot, quiet, safe and beautiful. Walls that absorb sound and provide a warm wood glow. This is why cork can be found on the walls of sound studios, in-home theaters, and elegant dining rooms, and on the floors of The National Archives, many federal court buildings and libraries, and some of the seminal works of architectural giants like Frank Lloyd Wright. SeaCork can provide a proven set of features, and an interesting twist to your next project.
SeaCork is an excellent choice for your interior project, particularly if:
- You are hoping to control ambient noise
- You put a premium on a safe, non-slip surface
- You are looking for a sustainable alternative to hardwoods
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