Portland Collection Honored by Interior Design magazine


Mannington Commercial, a leader in flooring for commercial interiors, launched the Portland Collection at NeoCon 2016—where it was recognized as an honoree in Interior Design magazine’s HiP Awards.

Portland’s patterns were inspired by a week of exploration of Oregon’s wild, rugged and remote coastline. Close observation led the design team to four unique styles, where connections become patterns, adventure translates to texture and textile, and a multifaceted color palette, inspired by the coastal wilderness, brings every element perfectly together.

Visually, the styles recall Oregon’s secluded ridgelines and trailheads, interpreted as sharp linear movements and layered striations of color in the collection. Hues range from richly saturated to neutral, coastal-inspired grays and browns. Patterns mix large and small scale, and the 12”x48” plank size reinforces the perception of movement from one tile to the next, evoking a sense of wandering and of wonder.

The Portland Collection’s luxurious textures—both loop and tip shear—and thoughtful approach to classic and emerging color trends make the collection perfect for corporate, retail, higher education and hospitality projects. The generous variety of styles within the collection allows for interpretation in innovative design compositions: designers can conceptualize and realize their own personal vision for a space, whether a bold combination of colors and patterns or subtle understatement.

Portland Project modular carpet is manufactured with Antron® Lumena premium nylon 6,6, and up to 30% pre-consumer recycled content. Infinity Modular backing is engineered for strong performance, excellent tuft bind and dimensional stability. The collection also utilizes XGUARD® Stain Resistant Technology and COLORSAFE® proprietary Bleach Resistant Technology for enhanced durability and lasting quality.

for high resolution images, contact caleb.ludwick@26tools.com

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