May 19, 2014

A New Step in Modular Installations, with Mannington Commercial


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. A leader in 9 integrated product categories, Mannington is inspiring new looks and modular installations in carpet, with Against the Grain.

Against the Grain, Mannington’s newest 18 x 36 modular carpet collection, is inspired by the bold grains of rough hewn and reclaimed woods. Four distinctly cut aesthetics bring stunning visuals and rich textures to a space, enhancing other design elements within the interior.

The guiding vision of the collection is not to try to mimic natural materials in carpet, but rather to bring creative interpretations of bold and weighty wood grains, while using the unique textures of carpet to create a sophisticated aesthetic. The result is a collection with strikingly sophisticated visuals and exceptional performance characteristics.


And when it comes to LVT, Mannington makes truly unique design installations possible, with its Amtico Collection. The Amtico Design program starts with the largest portfolio of aesthetics in the industry, inspired by nature and abstract designs, bold or subtle visuals, sophisticated or modern patterns. The products also come in a wide range of sizes of tiles, planks, and oversized formats.

Designers can then take one of three different approaches, to shape the perfect space:

      •combine running line products into unique and intriguing designs,
      •choose from Mannington’s collection of signature layouts, or
      •create their own design from any inspiration.

Mannington translates pattern and color choices into a kit of parts that is precision cut, pre-fitted, and delivered ready for seamless installation. This level of customization is not possible with LVT products being sourced from Asia, but Mannington makes Amtico LVT in the USA ­ onshoring jobs and doubling its Georgia LVT manufacturing force this year cutting lead times and raising quality standards.

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