Shape of things to come.

A six-sided connector of space — that’s how Shaw Hard Surface® views the hexagon, which it describes as “a hardworking, mathematical wonder.”

When deciding on a shape for its latest resilient tile, Shaw looked to the hexagon shape’s “collaborative chemistry.”

With floors guaranteed by Shaw to perform in even the most demanding environments, ranging from high traffic corridors and lobbies to aseptic areas such as hospital operating rooms and labs, such geometric genius is a natural fit.

“The Hexagon Luxury Vinyl Tiles from Shaw are a great addition to their product line.  They can be used in conjunction with their hexagon carpet tiles to create a more organic transition from one flooring product to another,” said Megan Chuzas, Interior Designer, Benco Dental / CenterPoint Design.

“The colors range from soft neutrals to bright and vibrant colors, making them easy to use on any project.”

Learn more about how Hexagon LVT can go to work as part of your practice design. Call 1.800.GOBENCO and speak with the CenterPoint Design team.

Or register for a two-day course to gain the knowledge and confidence to create a work space that is both efficient and beautiful. Add a CenterPoint Design Seminar to your calendar in 2016 and discover the answer firsthand.

Register today for a CenterPoint Experience at one of three locations:

  • APRIL 28 & 29: CenterPoint West, Costa Mesa, CA
  • JULY 14 & 15: CenterPoint East, Pittston, PA
  • SEPTEMBER 29 & 30: CenterPoint Dallas, Flower Mound, TX
  • OCTOBER 13 & 14: CenterPoint West, Costa Mesa, CA

    Call 1.800.GO.BENCO, or  contact your Friendly Benco Rep to reserve your seat at an upcoming Design Seminar.

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