Spaces intended for use by children are some of the most fun projects a flooring company can take on. Cranberry Township's public library was eager to prove to their youngest visitors that learning and libraries were fun, so bold colors and strong geometric shapes were chosen. Primary colors keep the space looking as energetic as the children who visit. Both the carpet and the LVT are Mannington, whose boldness is accentuated with transitions from Roppe. Subfloor preparation was key on this install, so Uzin 886 was selected for its ease of use and it's quick dry times. Overall, the effect is totally stunning, and the children agree -- multiple visits to get photographs had to be rescheduled because the place was packed!