Lonseal wall surface used in Times Square McDonald's
Lonseal’s recently launched Lonplate Patina can be found on the wall surface of McDonald’s newest feature restaurant in New York City’s Times Square.
Interior designer Charles Morris Mount crafted the design, which incorporates the steel-plate styling of Lonseal’s Lonplate Patina in Palace Gray. The space, which seats 300, measures more than 20,000 square feet on three levels.
With the success of this flagship endeavor, Lonseal Flooring is now increasing its range of Vertical Surface products -- based on the company’s most popular product lines -- for wall-surface designs.