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July 24
Six Interior Settings With Southern Analog

​We love seeing how designers create various unique interior spaces using the same Milliken floor covering collection. Incorporating additional patterns, pops of color, and creative tile placement can lend a collection an entirely new aesthetic.   

Southern Analog, one of our most popular collections, is a great floor covering solution for any space. Take a look at the collection at work in government spaces, education settings, and corporate offices.

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Wiltshire County Council in the United Kingdom pairs a charcoal gray Southern Analog with a bright pop of orange using a custom design from Milliken Custom Colors. For more images of the installation, click here.  

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Wirtz Beverage in Illinois pairs an ash gray Southern Analog with Paste Up in gray and red to delineate spaces. To see more images of the installation, click here

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Keeny Quad in Brown University features Southern Analog of bold reds and blues. The collection is paired with Consequence 2.0, which adds to movement and texture on the floor. 

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Charter Communications in South Carolina features Southern Analog combined with the Monuments and Shrines collection. The heavy texture appearance rating makes the collection an ideal choice for high-traffic customer areas. To view more images of this project, click here

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Southern Analog is combined with the Sound and Fury collection​ at a gas and utilities provider in Northern California. To view more images of the installation, click here

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World Wide Technology in Missouri features Southern Analog in dark and light shades of blue. In addition to Southern Analog, the space features the Out of the Shadows and Monuments and Shrines collections. To view more images of the installation, click here