Mid-Century Inspired Dance Floor Design

On Monday, we told you that Preston and his team were designing a Mid-Century inspired after party for a festive bride! We gave you choices for stage designs, and you voted in favor of option #5. Today we have options for a dance floor. Which one do you think would go best with the winner from Monday?

 

Dance Floor Option #1

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Dance Floor Option #2

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Dance Floor Option #3

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Dance Floor Option #4

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Dance Floor Option #5

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  • http://YOURWEBSITE Michael

    Seriously? For a dance floor cover? These are ugly. If you consider these will be blown up large and put on a floor they will look hideous. You are not an expert at everything and you should call in a professional dance floor designer to come up with something a little more appealing.

  • http://www.silverleafevent.com Navjot Kaur

    Everyone has their personal choice. I see the #5 as inlay tile design and for me to use such pattern for the dance floor and placing light underneath would be stunning further complimenting the above chosen design. #2 and #4 look like a weaving textured fabric design. #3 reminds me of the folf art and #1 is wild and not sophisticated. In the end, we as designers are projecting the client’s vision on a visible canvas that all guests can experience.

  • http://YOURWEBSITE Michelle E.

    Not really a fan of any of them, but then again I didn’t see the mid century inspiration in stage 5 either. Hmm

  • http://YOURWEBSITE Didi

    Mid Century? And what century might that be? You are all over the place with some really ugly designs. Shocking!

  • http://www.silverleafevent.com Navjot Kaur

    I would never blow this design as it is, unless it is redone again by a graphic designer and would try adding different effects. It is good to hear different perspective. Let’s wait for the final design.

  • http://YOURWEBSITE Mia

    I love option #1. Thank you Preston for your innovative designs and congratulations on your wedding!

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