Metallic Marble Showroom Floors

Showrooms are spaces used to showcase and exhibit products to the public at large. These spaces can be anywhere from small to incredibly large, but they all need to be decorative and enticing to potential customers. A major part of keeping any showroom performing and looking great is having an attractive floor. Showrooms are usually very large spaces, meaning they often have concrete floors. Because concrete is such a versatile material, you can build on it in any number of ways. If you’re looking to decorate and design your concrete showroom floor, you’ll find no shortage of options. From polished concrete to conventional epoxy flooring, you can use any number of flooring materials on your showroom floor. If you want a colorful, vibrant, and high-end look for your showroom, you need Metallic Marble Stains.

The Concrete Protector Can Help

Metallic Marble Stains from The Concrete Protector can transform your concrete into a highly sophisticated and colorful showroom floor. Metallic Marble Stains use concrete stains and metallic additives to create colorful, high-end floors that will make your showroom shine. With Metallic Marble Stains, you can create multi-color three-dimensional floors or use an optional satin urethane to give your showroom floor the look of actual marble floors.

If your showroom needs a high-end decorative floor, consider Metallic Marble Stains from The Concrete Protector. Metallic Marble Stains bring the high-end classical look of marble to your showroom’s existing concrete floor. Using concrete stains and specialized metallic additives, you can get a shining, beautiful floor in your business. For showrooms big and small, Metallic Marble Stains can bring a unique, vibrant look to your space all for an affordable price. If you’re looking to transform your showroom and give customers a unique, colorful, and beautiful looking floor, Metallic Marble Stains from the Concrete Protector is the choice for you.

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Andy Franklin

As the creator and Executive Publisher of, Andy has built a decorative concrete network that connects contractors with customers. In addition to running the popular Decorative Concrete Kingdom, Andy is the Director of Training for The Concrete Protector, teaching training classes and sharing his expertise with contractors who attend. Andy also shares his knowledge through his work as a Tech Support & Marketing Advisor for The Concrete Protector. For close to 20 years, Andy has been involved in the Decorative Concrete Industry. From independent contractor to business development rep to systems trainer. In 2012 - 2014, Andy started working with TCP as a consultant while continuing to run a successful contracting business. In 2014, he sold that business and is now dedicated full time to the success & future development of The Concrete Protector’s systems and product lines. From installation expertise to marketing know-how, Andy is committed to helping contractors develop and grow their own successful decorative concrete business.

9 thoughts on “Metallic Marble Showroom Floors”

  1. Rick Robertson says:

    When is the Metallic course available?

    1. Will Fowler says:

      Next couple of weeks

  2. jimmylopez says:

    It me know when I can lean more about the class

  3. Alexander says:

    I am a contractor at painting decorated home all kind decorated I’m looking to get a few of courses of metallic epoxy can someone please contact me to my email I live in New York my phone number is 347-3225 1985 Alex

  4. Roberto says:

    How much is the course?

    1. Will Fowler says:


  5. Segawa Brian says:

    Am just starting a concrete decorating business in Kampala Uganda and i would love to have online training or online tutorials. Is it possible? And how much is an online course?

  6. Will I get the same information on the online course as in the Live Course and any access to whatever materials listings, of materials that i possibly will get from the live course? And were do i find pricing for courses.

    1. Will Fowler says:

      Similiar but live course is more extensive

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