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Decorative epoxy flooring example - food outlet
The owner thought sealing the concrete at the front and a grey non-slip kitchen floor was all he could hope for in his food outlet, Rice vs
Noodle. What a waste! The fresh, vibrant decor of the counter and seating areas would be totally lost on such a lifeless surface, so
why not really set the place alight with a decorative epoxy floor just as hot?!
Client - Rice vs Noodle
Location - Surfers Paradise, QLD
Floor Type - Restaurant (Retail and Commercial)
Design Scope -
- Vibrant red (with blood red undertones) colour-matched to complement restaurant decor.
R12 non-slip finish in the kitchen done in the same colour to maintain theme. The surface was impregnated with aluminium oxide particles for
maximum wear resistance.
A specialist leveller was installed under the epoxy in the kitchen to create run-off to drains. The service area required extensive cleaning
and patching (to remove deep scratches and gouges).
Installation carried out in a busy shopping precinct, so a decorative epoxy floor free of pungent odours and dangerous solvents was a
The client thought a lifeless combination of sealed concrete at the front and a grey kitchen was the best he could hope for. With
encouragement, a far more creative, eye-catching look was achieved with the red-hot decorative epoxy floor created.
Customer Feedback -
"I refer the supplier to everyone...their service is 110%"
- Justin Lee, Rice vs Noodle
Customer Score -
You can find more information and tips on our decorative epoxy flooring
post, and see more examples of decorative epoxy flooring in a takeaway restaurant, club
bar room, restaurant
and office by clicking the links.
Take care and keep smiling,
Real World Epoxies