Corridor Floor Ideas
Explore your options for corridor layouts with Interface Hospitality modular carpet tile. Combine colors, patterns and tile formats to create a floor that's uniquely yours and suited to your brand.
Find all the details you need for easy installation and lasting quality of your Interface Hospitality modular carpet tile.
Interface Hospitality’s Human Nature™ Collection—a range of Skinny Plank carpet tiles that remind us of the materials, textures and tones we find in the natural world—is inspired by the vital, mysterious link between the nature as we observe and this same nature within ourselves. It helps answer the question we always ask when seeking inspiration—'how would nature create an interior floor?' The Human Nature Collection is available globally from Interface Hospitality.
Offer your guests additional underfoot comfort and enhanced acoustics with Interface Hospitality's InterComfort underlayment. InterComfort installs glue-free with our patented TacTiles® installation system and is available in two formats—InterComfort PS for public spaces and InterComfort GR for guest rooms.
Why Interface Hospitality?
We offer exceptional products and performance with an added benefit to the planet. At Interface Hospitality, our focus on innovation keeps propelling us – and our industry – forward with smarter, more sustainable flooring solutions without sacrificing performance or aesthetics.
June 1, 2015
Glitz, Glam and Gold
All the glitz of Vegas shone bright at HD Expo 2015! The color of the year was gold in an array of shades, leaving Marsala, Pantone’s color of the year, just a memory. See images of this and other hospitality design trends we found in this blog from Sarah Pelham.
December 3, 2014
License to Chill
Interface Hospitality makes it easy to achieve a seasonal shift in your space with our modular carpet products. Accent rugs are a simple, cost effective way to refresh your interior’s seasonal mood. Sarah Pelham explains in her latest blog.
September 8, 2014
Shape Your Floor with De Stijl
Looking back at historical design movements, one style struck a chord with hospitality product stylist Sarah Pelham in relation to Interface Hospitality’s product dimensions—De Stijl. De Stijl was popular from 1917-1931 and was built on the geometric principle of straight lines, squares and rectangles. Interface Hospitality has developed a collection of square and rectangular products that work together as building blocks that allow you to create your own floor using a combination of sizes.
May 28, 2014
The New Definition of Luxury
The definition of luxury has shifted. Interface Hospitality invited three panelists to explain the trends during HD Expo.
May 19, 2014
The Art of Storytelling
Michael Suomi of Stonehill & Taylor leads the way on design and sustainability.
May 14, 2014
HD Expo 2014 Press Release
Interface Hospitality modular carpet tile has become a gold standard in the hospitality sector, valued for its flexibility, simple installation and replacement, extended design possibilities and sustainability properties. Upping the ante further, the company is offering up new product options plus online design tools to inspire and help designers create unique floor design layouts.
TacTiles Glue-Free Installation
With more than 20 million square yards installed since 2006, TacTiles is the proven glue-free installation system for our modular carpet tiles.
May 1, 2014
Hospitality Design Inspiration
Join us as we follow 2 designers from concept to execution as they create custom hospitality vignettes for HI Connect.
Environmental Product Declarations
We are committed to transparency and our Environmental Product Declarations, or EPDs, for Interface and Interface Hospitality products ensure that carpet tile specifiers can make an apples to apples comparison when looking at environmental attributes.
Biophilia is the theory that humans have a biological need to connect with nature and that this connection affects our well-being, productivity and relationships. It gave rise to biophilic design, an offshoot of the sustainability movement that seeks to integrate nature and structure, even in the most urban spaces. At Interface Hospitality, we use design to bridge the gap between these seemingly divergent environments.
Interface aspires to be the proving ground for a new industrial revolution. By demonstrating that there is a better way to a bigger, more legitimate profit, we offer the world an undeniably improved business model that can serve as a paradigm for others to embrace.
Redesigning Our Products
Interface Hospitality challenges assumptions and brings elegant approaches and innovative technology to the design of modular carpet for guest rooms, corridors and public spaces. By posing different questions, we developed a more holistic view of the impacts our products and processes have on the planet. This has allowed us to be more strategic in minimizing—and ultimately eliminating—the environmental impacts associated with our products.
Interface Hospitality's parent company Interface, Inc., shook the foundations of the petroleum-intensive carpet manufacturing industry when it committed to become the world’s first environmentally sustainable—and, ultimately, restorative—company.
August 6, 2013
Hospitality Design Inspiration: Neutral Palette
The Neutral Palette demonstrates how Interface Hospitality products in creamy, sophisticated tones can be used in multiple environments depending on what they are paired with.
Observing the organic rhythms of a leaf-strewn forest floor inspired us to devise i2, an innovative advancement in modular carpet tile design. Rather than make each carpet tile the same, they vary in patterning and coloring within one style and colorway.
May 28, 2013
9 Top Trends in Hospitality Design
What’s next on the hospitality front? We tapped three designers—Michael Suomi of Stonehill & Taylor, Patricia Rotondo of VOA Associates, and Angela Denney of FRCH Design Worldwide—for their take on what’s trending
Redesigning Our Company
In 1994, at age sixty and in his company’s twenty-second year, our founder and Chairman Ray Anderson steered our parent company Interface on a new course—one designed to reduce our environmental footprint while increasing our profits. His bold new vision was to create the first enterprise to become truly sustainable.