Calhoun, Ga.—Mannington Commercial introduced a refreshed color palette featuring 29 colors for the Color Anchor Collection, a luxury vinyl tile flooring solution that brings spaces to life with versatile hues complemented with subtle patterning. The new color palette includes rich neutrals with multiple value steps, shades of blues and greens and vivid primary colors. The collection works beautifully on its own or easily integrated with carpet and hard surface offerings, according to the company.
“As the name of the collection implies, the Color Anchor LVT Collection offers commercial designers a product that can be used as a foundation for all types of projects,” said Roby Isaac, vice president of commercial design, Mannington Commercial. “The organic, subtle patterns provide visual interest and come in a range of colors. Depending on one’s design intent, our newly updated line can be the starting point to create lively, active spaces or sophisticated, quiet ones.”
Color Anchor LVT is available in two patterns. Groove is a small-scale, textile-inspired visual with nondirectional crosshatching, and Stride is a finely drawn linear pattern with soft line work. The visual can be run in a uniform direction or turned to create playful patterns. Both styles come in multiple plank and formats that can be mixed and matched in unlimited combinations to create endless pattern possibilities that work well for education and healthcare applications.
Both patterns are available in 29 colors and three sizes including 6 x 36 planks and 12 x 24 and 18 x 18 tiles.
Mannington Commercial said it is committed to helping customers reduce the negative impact projects can have on climate and health by improving operations and offsetting the embodied carbon in all new and refreshed products by 105%. Additionally, the Color Anchor Collection features a 20-mil wear layer and Quantum Guard Elite, Mannington Commercial’s industry-leading performance technology offering the highest scratch resistance and advanced stain and impact resistance, the company said.