Food for Thought - Spray on Resurfacing - Standard Designs
Standard spray on resurfacing designs are exactly that. Not requiring too much forethought, more a relatively strict routine to follow, ensuring all areas are installed, whilst cleaning up the general area as a whole.
I call these designs standard for two reasons. Firstly, they are relatively common designs, majority of people want to stick with the the tried and true theory for area rejuvenation, and these designs have proven the test of time to work again and again.
The second reason, is typically, from an installers perspective, they’re basic. Nothing to really think about here, just make sure standards are maintained with installation and you can’t really go wrong.
However, there is a rather “elegance in simplicity” as I like to call it, where sometimes the most basic designs are what truly allows everything else around it to shine more.
These designs are of course on the cheaper end of the price scaling. Not because they quality is any less in workmanship, but you’ll start to understand why when you see some of the custom works we provide our clients.
The following examples of taped designs, borders and center pieces all fall under my “standard” design approach and pricing. Don’t forget to mix up colours and flecking options to suit your home.
NOTE: Whilst combining a few of these basic options together is typically still considered a standard design, by making things relatively complex combining to much of these designs can lead them into the custom design bracket and pricing. For example, having a standard bulk border and a single diamond center piece is still a standard design, by installing multiple diamonds and making the border a brick border will turn this into a custom installation (to vaguely explain).