Wood Grain Foam Tiles Reversible

Softness of Foam but with Wood Grain Design

Greatmats Wood Grain Reversible Foam Floor infographic

Wood Grain Foam Tiles Reversible combine a wood grain designer look for your floors with a soft and comfortable feel. They are reversible, meaning they feature a tan, thatch texture on one side and a wood grain design on the other. Give your room the great look of hardwood floors while adding the comfort and warmth of interlocking foam tiles. This product is great for basement floors, exercise areas, and trade show booth floors. Each tile measures 2×2 foot x 1/2 inch (13 mm thick).

Greatmats wood grain foam tiles reversibleFoam tiles can transform your hard, flat surface into a cushioned and comfortable work or play area. The reversibility of these interlocking floor tiles doubles the usefulness and lifespan of this flooring option. You can use these tiles with either side up.

Wood grain floor tiles are lightweight, weighing only 1.2 pound for each tile.  The wood look side of this product features a smooth surface while the tan side of the tile features a thatch texture. This thatch surface is durable enough for almost all shoe types except high heels. Interlocking foam tiles are simple to install and require no adhesive or tape.

Select an oak wood-grain look, a tan texture, or both for your basement floor, kids room, or family room. Available in three different shades of wood grain. With this interlocking floor tile, you will receive two border strips per tile. This allows you to edge an island layout with a straight edge all the way around the perimeter of your foam floor installation.

Installation

Greatmats wood grain interlocking foam basement floorAllow the foam tiles to acclimate to your room before installation. The foam tiles can expand with changes in heat and humidity; allow at least a 1/4-inch expansion gap for wall to wall installations.

Installation is as easy as laying the foam floor tiles down and locking them together. You can easily cut this material with a sharp utility knife to fit the tiles in wall-to-wall installations.  Start your installation in a corner, using the provided border strips to reduce the amount of cutting required for a wall-to-wall installation.

Both sides will interlock with each other allowing you to have both tan and wood grain sides up at the same time for a checkerboard or other layout design.

It is not recommended to place the tiles on top of carpeting as foam tiles can shift especially if furniture or equipment is placed on top or during exercise.

Please Note

Greatmats wood grain foam mats trade show floorHigh heels will puncture the foam tiles.

When used outside, the foam tiles may expand and curl if exposed to direct sunlight in warm climates for extended periods of time.

Color and shade may vary somewhat from foam tile to foam tile within the same order. This is common with EVA foam tiles.

This foam tile is not rated for commercial use in high traffic areas.

Maintenance

Both sides of these floor tiles are easy to clean and are durable to common foot traffic.

Have your vacuum cleaner set at highest setting or just use hose and nozzle. Test your vacuum first in an area that won’t be noticed. Don’t use the power head.

Steam cleaning may heat up the tiles and cause them to expand.

Color Options

  • Dark Wood Grain/ Tan
  • Standard Wood Grain/ Tan
  • Light Wood Grain/ Tan

Customer Installations

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Customer Review – Wood Grain Reversible Foam Tiles

If you’re looking for a floor that is soft, warm, and comfortable but provides the look of hardwood floors, our Wood Grain Reversible Tiles might be a product you’ll be interested in.  They are called reversible because you can also flip them upside down and display the tan side instead of the wood grain side.

Santina L. bought some and she was very impressed.  Here’s what she had to say:

“We used the tiles for our basement project where we created two rooms for our teenage daughters.  The concrete floors were professionally waterproofed 2 months prior but still had a lot of irregularity in shape and contour.”

Foam is a great product for basements.  Although it doesn’t sound as though Santina’s basement will have any issues with water, many basements do.  Foam is waterproof and doesn’t absorb moisture into the material.  Unlike a carpet pad, which is destroyed the first time it gets wet, foam will simply dry out as soon as it’s removed from the damp area.  Once the area is dried, it can go right back down as good as new.

“The installation went like a dream.  The tiles were easy to lay and easy to cut to fit the odd shape of the rooms.”  (Installing foam tiles wall-to-wall is a simple process.  All you need is a straightedge and a sharp razor and you can cut your tiles to fit.)

“The connecting tiles were great to connect the floors in both rooms through the pocket door in the center.  It took us about an hour to lay the two rooms and the closet.  We used a board and a straight edged T-square and a box cutter to cut the tiles to fit.  It really saved us from having to even out the floors.”

Another nice thing about foam: it doesn’t require any adhesives or special surface to attach to.  If you have a hard, flat, indoor surface, you’re in business.

“We would definitely buy the tiles again.  Our son is jealous already that they have such cool floors.  They are nice to walk on and cover the unevenness of the concrete wonderfully.  Even a room full of teenage girls though it was comfortable to sleep on.  The wood grain in the tiles looks like wood floors if you look quick and people are shocked that they are foam.  What a cool product.”

Thank you, Santina.  Would you recommend Greatmats to your friends?

“Yes, we would recommend you and already have.  Price was great, product arrived in a timely fashion, well before we needed them, and are fun to use.”