Choose the perfect solution!
The ballet floor can be classic painted or standard basic carpet with a rubber back to prevent sliding, or a PVC-based ballet carpet available in many colours, conventional black / white and greenbox / bluebox designs are also part of the range!
Which one would you choose?
Plan for the long-term
Always use ballet floors / carpets  designed for stage use on stage if you want the material to last!
How many times you can use a PVC carpet is a serious factor. All that rolling up and down can be really taxing on ballet carpets / floors, so it’s important to use good quality ballet carpets designed for stages.
As a novelty, we can digitally print these floors now, too.
We provide information on warranty conditions at the time of sale / purchase.
Our PVC ballet carpets were designed with ease of use in mind during your application!
To achieve this our Gerriets floors  – unlike other products on the market – are slimmer, but just as resilient, resulting in reduced weight which makes the PVC much easier to handle.
Use an easy to handle storage compartment!
It makes work easier, you don’t have to lift the rolled up ballet floors from the ground, they can be easily lifted from the storage compartment. It can be folded up, so it takes up little space when not in use.
 Floor: The base floor (can be e.g. concrete, parquetry) you lay the ballet floor/ballet carpet/PVC carpet on.
 Gerriets is a constantly growing company, present in 19 countries with its subsidiaries and distributors. Since its establishment in 1946 Gerriets became a professional company serving stage, event, and exhibition needs.
Its activity branches out to every area: production of curtains, sheeting, scenic materials, ultrawide textiles, horizontal fabrics, decorative fabrics, stage velvets, effect materials, stage equipment, for example curtain-moving rail systems.
The set designer envisaged a continuous silver background for the performance KINGDOM of Badora Dance Company, for which a rather seldom used material was chosen.Project details