3D is a kind of trend in recent interior design world. We have seen many 3D designs, 3D ceiling mural, 3D wall panel and now 3D flooring. Starting from Dubai, these 3D flooring becomes a thing and spread over the world.
The installation process involves printing a high-definition image onto photo paper, coating it with a two-component polymer to create a 3D effect and then sealing it with a protective lacquer. Honestly, I am fine with the trend of 3D ceiling mural, 3D wall panel, but 3D flooring? It just somehow makes me feel not that comfortable, especially when you apply those flooring at private homes. Just imagine yourself take a bath undersea or sleep over the trees. Do you think it is a bit weird? And the worst part is to have a shark attacking image as a part of the flooring. Seriously! You really want to sit on the toilet and have a bloody shark looking at you from the floor? Of course, not all the designs are that overwhelming. There are still some subtle and nice designs I don’t mind have at my home.
Below is a 25 3D flooring examples we found online which represents the most designing categories you will find on the market. Take a look and let us know how you like them. Just in case you want to give 3D flooring a try yourself, you can find a large collection here.
1 thought on “3D Flooring: Good or Bad Interior Design Trend”
its more than very cute
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