The floor made with a freehand pattern is a joint work of art by the designer and the performer, where both handwritings can be seen. The most effective end result is created by large simple patterns, the shape and size of which are well set in advance in relation to the floor surface. With a freehand pattern, you can, for example, divide large open spaces into different parts, pay attention to certain parts of the space, and mark shopping center or hospital routes. The color tones create great contrasts and, for a change, calmer wholes. The width of the line can be adjusted with special watering cans. This work requires great care, but certainly praises the doer.