Mannington introduces the Maison Collection

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The Maison Collection’s Versailles Maple in Fountain.

Salem, N.J. — Building on today’s trend of wider, longer wood planks, Mannington introduces the Maison Collection of European-inspired hardwood flooring with an American twist.  In this collection, beauty and elegance meet durability and performance, reflecting a Mannington signature strength— flooring that works well across the design spectrum, in homes of any style, from traditional to contemporary.

Maison is a premium sawn faced collection that brings popular wood species to life in 7”-wide planks that are up to 7 feet long.  At a hearty 9/16”-thick, the wood is detailed with wire brushing, hand scraping, hand glazing and hand staining, all for an authentic timeworn look.

•Normandy Oak is crafted of white oak with subtle wire brushing and antiqued, hand rubbed staining.  The lightly distressed surface perfectly accentuates the warm, rich graining for a unique and aged look.  Normandy is available in two colors: Café and Metro.

•Provence Hickory features a rustic, timeworn surface texture with natural knots, scrapes and subtle chatter.  The beauty of the sawn hickory is highlighted by hand rubbed color that make it the perfect complement to any décor. Available in three colors: Champagne, Vine and Wine Barrel.

•Versailles Maple is a beautiful northern maple that combines the smooth graining that maple is known for with hand-worked edges, hand rubbed staining, and subtle chatter to accentuate the natural character of the wood. This handsome floor comes in three colors: Fountain, Veranda and Woodland.

•Bastille Walnut showcases extraordinary character grain and color depth.  This rustic walnut has a smooth surface texture with antiqued edges, hand rubbed stain and subtle chatter, offering just the right look for either traditional or contemporary interiors. Offered in one color, Tawny.

Like all Mannington engineered hardwood flooring, the Maison Collection offers distinct advantages over other types of hardwood floors.  Engineered hardwood floors are more dimensionally stable than a single piece of solid wood and can be installed on, above or below grade.

Engineered wood floors use about half as many trees as solid wood floors and faster-growing, renewable wood is used for inner piles.  Mannington factories are FSC Chain of Custody certified and mill waste is reused for energy.  Most Mannington hardwood products are FloorScore certified and all meet or exceed the formaldehyde levels set forth in CARB phase I and I (the most stringent emissions laws in the world). Plus, only no-VOC water-based finishes are used.

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