Mannington Commercial reengineers LVT into graphic floor tile

Home Press Release Mannington Commercial reengineers LVT into graphic floor tile

Calhoun, Ga. — Mannington Commercial announced the launch of Intersected, a reengineering of LVT as a graphic floor tile.

Working with Corgan Associates, a global design firm, Mannington created Intersected, a collection crafted for the corporate and retail markets that the company said unites the thinking of modular carpet, the distinctive benefits of LVT, and sophisticated visuals.

Intersected brings the performance, durability and low-maintenance benefits of LVT, but with real visual interest for spaces and limitless pattern combinations.

According to Mannington, Intersected—a graphic floor tile—is characterized by a sophisticated, unique texture and interplay of color. Integrated accents give designers the ability to customize with pops of color or subtle tones to create a look that perfectly captures the interconnected nature of today’s workplace.

The collection provides a high performance floor for high traffic commercial applications with a patented wearlayer that eliminates the need for polish and enhances long-term appearance retention reducing the overall total cost of ownership.

Intersected has 4% rapidly renewable content, a minimum 30% and up to 55% recycled content.

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