Crazy Flooring Fad of the Future: 3D Photorealistic Floors



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Most of us, when we want to change up the look of our flooring, get a new rug, install carpet, or lay some new tiles. For Dubai company Imperial Interiors and their clients, the answer is a lot more impressive – and a lot more extreme.

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The totally impressive 3D floors are created using a specialized photo printer and then covered with epoxy and lacquer. They call it “3D Liquid Flooring,” a name that seems especially appropriate given that some of the most impressive designs are those featuring underwater scenes.

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The company can create whatever design you desire. Some of their projects have included an endless field of roses, a dolphin jumping out of the floor, tons of scenes that make you think you’re walking on water, and a floor covered in various coins.

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Imperial Interiors says that their high-quality epoxy floors are easy to care for and sturdy enough to be used in public buildings.

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The awesome technique can turn a floor into a huge work of art – art that you can live with and be surrounded by every day. Plus, it just looks really fun to walk around on a school of colorful fish.

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