Mannington Commercial Introduces Redefined Collection: Fashion Classics for the Floor

Mannington Commercial announced today that the Redefined Collection, two products inspired by houndstooth and chevron patterns, are available for specification. Created in collaboration with international architecture and design firm Corgan, Check and Herry are fashion classics reimagined as 18”x36” modular carpet.

The design impulse behind the collection was not only to refresh timeless patterns for today’s projects, but to do so in a way that is both timeless and timely. The patterns can be used in today’s projects, to emphasize the energy of a marketing area or the sophisticated quiet of a boardroom, with beautiful transitional and way finding cues between. Redefined’s textural patterns appear and disappear, fading in and out of focus, enabling a custom look without requiring intricate, costly installation methods. In fact, the patterns are designed to effortlessly create an elegant random effect when installed in a simple, linear monolithic fashion that requires no complex planning.

The sophisticated palette of 15 running line colors, with or without accents, helps ensure that these classics will remain relevant in project installations, for years to come. Redefined is perfect not only for new corporate construction and renovation, but also for retail, higher education, hospitality and healthcare.

Constructed of Antron®Lumena™ 6,6 nylon for long-term performance, and available on Infinity®Modular high performance backing with pre-consumer recycled content, engineered for strong performance, with excellent tuft bind and dimensional stability. Certified NSF/ANSI-140 Gold. With XGUARD® stain resistant and ColorSafe® bleach resistant technologies, and a limited lifetime wear and backing warranties.

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