February 1, 2018

Mannington Commercial Debuts Atlanta Design Center by Corgan

The reception area of Mannington Commercial’s Atlanta design center resembles a living room. Photography by The Right Exposure. 

On January 25, 2018, Mannington Commercial celebrated the opening of its first design center in Atlanta. The family-owned manufacturer, headquartered in Calhoun, Georgia, invited design professionals to a formal kick-off party to break in the space, which was designed by Corgan and is located in the Stockyards development in the West Midtown area. The 14,500-square-foot facility serves multiple purposes as a custom experience center, event space, meeting place, and more.

Exposed beams and brick characterize the space. Photography by The Right Exposure. 

Abandoning the traditional reception desk, the design team created a relaxed living room environment with a fireplace, coffee bar, plush furnishings, and curated vignettes. Exposed beams and brick nod to the development’s industrial past. Wood reclaimed from the site is utilized as shelves and benches, while artwork made from carpet beams and a refurbished sample tufting machine play up the theme of reuse. Throughout the center, Mannington flooring is set into the concrete floor, allowing customers to experience the company’s range of offerings.

The kitchen shelves are made of reclaimed wood. Photography by The Right Exposure. 
Library shelves display flooring samples and decorative items. Photography by The Right Exposure. 
Zack Zehner, Ian Campbell, Candice Campbell, Shirley Campbell, chairman Keith Campbell, Carolyn Brown, and Dut Brown of Mannington Commercial. Photography by The Right Exposure. 
Kailey Adams, Mary Catherine Lowery, Roby Isaac, Renee McGaskey, Megan Hudgins, and Alison Curran of Mannington Commercial at the opening. Photography by The Right Exposure. 
Mannington Commercial product is set into the concrete floor. Photography by The Right Exposure. 

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