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Design in our DNA!

DESIGN AND INNOVATION are the two pillars for a unique and extraordinary space that is truly eye-catching. Bharat floorings is a full-fledged design house that provides services of the utmost quality to our consumers, giving you the opportunity to create your own unique tiles. We, as a company believe in evolving and growing, just like your homes need to! It’s always good to be up-to-date with the current trends and designs. All our designs at Bharat floorings are 100% original, keeping with the new trends in the field of interior design. Flooring is a major surface in your home. It takes up a lot of square footage and is an important design element to pay attention to because it sets the tone for everything else.

We collaborate with like-minded designers and creatives to develop exciting contemporary floor art to give your floors a luxurious and modern look. The resulting pieces of art are collectively known as the BFT+ range and, here are some of the spectacular results of these successful alliances:

We tied up with Rohit Mankar to design the beautiful pattern inspired by the elements of nature - flowers, butterflies, dragonflies – the ARANYA collection. Shafali Choudhrie Diwanji designed the EXTRA LARGE PLEASE collection – MACARON - inspired by the sensual curves of the macaroon; TROPICAL HIVES - inspired by the industrious bee.


We associated with Tania & Sandeep Khosla for the DASHDASHDOT Collection - inspired by the elemental properties of geometry, from lines (dashes) and circles (dots). A unique design ‘A-R-M-S’ designed by Sameer Kulavoor inspired by the ’Art deco’ architecture and ’typography’ of classic South Bombay is another offering in this range. There’s also the Japanese Line designed by Sian Pascale inspired by the ideas in the book ’In Praise of Shadows’.

Additionally, the Origametes pattern designed by The Busride Design Studio is inspired by the ancient Japanese art of folding papers which gives it a 3D look. The AVB BESPOKE collection has been designed by Alice von Baum and is inspired by all that one sees and experiences. The Le Mill collection designed by Aurélie De Cort draws inspiration from the alleyways and public spaces of Aurelie's home country of Belgium. The Shibori Tiles designed by Studio Wodehouse is inspired by the forms, patterns and lines created by the unique process of Shibori.


FLOOR DESIGN LAYOUTS

At Bharat Floorings, we leave no stone unturned to ensure our customers have only the best experience and the chance to witness the full extent of our creativity. We would like our customers to get exactly the kind of floor that they envision. To help our customers, we offer special one-of-a-kind design services at nominal fees.

Customers can either sit with our in-house designers to decide on colours as well as layouts for their floors, or if they are unable to do so, they can email the drawings to us, and our designer and sales force can help you with the layout process. The layout process may be a little longer so we recommend you to come a little prior to getting your beautiful floors customized.
Once a layout has been finalised and the customer is satisfied with the end result, the quantities of various tiles can be removed from the AutoCAD drawings and the order can be made. The whole process typically takes some time, so customers are requested to budget for this when planning the timelines of their projects. Replicating the exact shades is never possible, so we recommend that you order extra tiles and store them for future needs. They just need a little space to stack.



NEW TILE DESIGNs

If you’re looking to add a touch of luxury to your space, polished cement tiles by Bharat floorings can fulfil that desire. Another innovative service offered by the company is the ability to design your own tile.

As part of this service, customers can give us pictures or drawings of their designs, and these are converted through our processes into the actual tile. Samples can be made for approval and then once the design is finalised production can begin. This is often a lengthy process, but the end result is something unique!

Cement is incredibly durable. The cement tiles at Bharat floorings can last up to 60 to 70 years if used and maintained properly. Vibrant colours and mesmerizing patterns are hallmarks for today's tiling designs. It’s always a good idea to play with colours and bold patterns to give a distinct look to your space.



GAAIA CONTRACTORS
We have our specialized authorised contractor that is - Group Company Gaaia Contractors who has been at the forefront of professionally managed quality civil contracting works. Gaaia Contractors offers turnkey services for all your contracting needs. In the past, our projects for organisations like Air India, Essar and LIC; in thermal power plants for NTPC, BEST, and BSES; in public buildings like Birla Temple (Revdanda) have helped build our reputation.

Today, our work can be seen in the head offices of Western Railway, Brihan Mumbai Municipal Corporation and the TATAs (Bombay House); in organisations like Hindustan Lever, ICICI (Bandra Kurla Complex) and Grey Worldwide; in co-operative housing societies Maker Towers and Woodlands; in public buildings like Salar Jung Museum (Hyderabad), Tata Memorial Hospital, World Trade Centre and Jindal Mansion; in various projects for L&T ECC and Shapoorji Pallonji; and in residences, bungalows and farmhouses of prominent people.

We recommend them as they know exactly how to bring out the shine of the cement tiles!


At Bharat Floorings, we believe in transforming your space with our wide range of striking, vivid and unconventional cement tiles and concrete applications. These tiles can do wonders when working towards recreating your space and making it look remarkable. There is nothing that can be generally categorized as the ‘best design’, it’s all about experimenting with different patterns and styles according to your individual preference to create the best design for YOU!




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