Nurses spend a significant part of their shift at the nurses’ station, tracking their patients’ recovery status. The ideal
workspace offers comfortable furnishings that can withstand the demands of high activity. Heavy foot and rolling traffic are
major factors when specifying a floor for this area.
Armstrong tile and sheet products provide excellent durability, resist scratch and scuff marks, and have low VOCs. DecorArt
Sheet, ColorArt Medintone Sheet, ColorArt Medintech Sheet, and ColorArt Medley Sheet products offer the visual look and the
performance you want. For added durability, polish can be applied.
The nurses’ station is typically designed to be more functional than aesthetically pleasing, but there’s no reason why it
can’t be both. A warm and inviting environment can positively influence both patient and staff satisfaction.
Designing a space with humanizing architecture, harmonious colors, and coordinated flooring can have an immediate impact on
The DecorArt Sheet collection featuring Ambigu homespun tweeds, StoneRun travertine stone, and, TimberLine hardwoods provides
a home-like aesthetic, which can be easily matched with other interior finishes.
Armstrong understands the need for fast and effective flooring installations in busy hospital spaces. Our sheet and tile adhesives
reduce the wait time for installation or the need for moisture remediation systems.
Our complete line of installation materials and accessories are design- and performance-integrated with our flooring portfolio.
Low-maintenance floors are critical in areas of the hospital that never shut down. Recommended sheet and LVT products have
a UV-cured urethane coating which may eliminate the need for polishing and spray buffing, saving time and money.
LinoArt Linoleum flooring has the exclusive NATURCote™ II, a protective, high performance urethane finish that provides low
maintenance options, unlike traditional linoleum.