The Listening Room
This engaging webinar series explores the power of dialogue to make a difference in design, culture and how we live our lives.
Join us for meaningful dialogue with Liz Ogbu on Wednesday, February 24 at 12 p.m. EST.
The Dialogue collection is a celebration of communication, and its unique ability to foster understanding and connection. It’s how we share our ideas, thoughts and feelings. Hard surfaces and texture-rich carpets mix and mingle in beautiful interactions. Each versatile piece inspires unscripted design for a range of focused, open and communal spaces.
Color Together x Benjamin Moore
Shaw Contract and Benjamin Moore have collaborated to create a new designer resource. The carefully curated paint selections coexist perfectly with our flooring products. No more guesswork; our platform makes it easier than ever to sample and visualize your space, no matter where you’re working from. Preview online today and we’ll overnight your paint selects along with your flooring.
Motif Area Rug
Wherever you’re working from, make it all yours. Introducing our new Rug Collection. With designs that translate beliefs into space, available now to view and purchase.
Return to Public Spaces
As we return to public spaces, whether the workplace or educational environments, we’re developing new strategies and protocols to keep those spaces safe. Our Return-to-Workbook and Return-to-Schoolbook offer resources, ideas, and design considerations to help ease the transition.
Creating Positive Change
To build a more diverse, just, and inclusive team
Cradle To Cradle
Shaw Contract Create Centre
Everything is Connected
Shaw Contract has been actively engaged in Cradle to Cradle design for more than 20 years, introducing the first Cradle to Cradle Certified™ flooring product in 1999.
Floor Focus | Annual Top 250 Survey
Shaw Contract Sweeps All Five Customer Categories
We aim to exceed customer experience expectations. For the fourth time in five years, our brand swept all five categories for favorite carpet manufacturer.
How Can Flooring Change The Way We Learn?
A recent study reveals that the physical aspects of a classroom such as color, light, texture, and air quality could improve a student’s learning progress by up to 16%.
Solutions Designed For Today