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The newest go-to destination in the heart of G Designflooring for sop


A new premium bar and nightclub in the heart of Glasgow, Tuxedo Nightclub, is successfully attracting a sophisticated clientele, thanks to its vibrant and bespoke luxury vinyl flooring by Karndean Designflooring.


Located within Glasgow’s iconic Merchant City neighbourhood, the underground venue features Karndean’s Knight Tile Carrara Marble and Kaleidoscope Pennon in Opus Luna, Urbus and Ombra throughout the large bar and club area with deluxe booth seating, dance floors and VIP suites.


Designed by Tuxedo’s in-house team and Kabe Design, Tuxedo is inspired by New York’s neo-speakeasy scene and includes a statement company logo inserted into the floor, cut from Karndean’s Knight Tile Carrara Marble and a gold block colour.


MacGregor Flooring Company Ltd specified and installed Karndean Designflooring. Hamish MacGregor, managing director of MacGregor Flooring Company Ltd said: “The vision for Tuxedo was to create an upscale bar and clubbing experience in the city to rival all others, and getting the appropriate look and feel for the interior design is crucial when you want to offer a stylish and impressive go-to destination.


“This is one of the main reasons Karndean flooring was selected for this project – the beautiful look of the Knight Tile Carrara Marble and the clean, elegant lines of the geometric floor design fits so well with Tuxedo’s tasteful brand and the exclusive atmosphere they want to exude as soon as the customers walk through the door.”


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