Experience the Spirit of the Oregon Wilds with Mannington Commercial’s Portland Project LVT

Mannington Commercial has launched The Portland Project, a new LVT collection inspired by the rugged beauty of the Pacific Northwest.

The variety of styles within The Portland Project 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.

The collection began with a road trip to Oregon. The design team immersed themselves in the region, exploring the rugged coastline and trekking through mountains and forests. The spirit of the trip is captured in the collection’s four unique styles: two coordinating abstract patterns and two wood grains, all offered in 6”x48” planks.

Visually, the styles harken to Oregon’s secluded ridgelines and trail heads, represented as sharp liner movements and layered striations of color in the collection. Patterns mix large and small scale, and hues range from richly saturated to neutral, coastal-inspired grays and browns. The designers’ thoughtful approach to classic and emerging color trends — combined with the flexibility and durability of LVT — makes the collection perfect for corporate, retail, higher education and hospitality projects.

The Portland Project LVT is made in Amtico 30 construction with a 30 mil wear layer, 2.5 mm overall thickness. It also includes patent-pending Quantum Guard(R) Elite multi-layered protection, engineered for best in class dimensional stability, advanced stain resistance, superior impact resistance, clean cutting during installation and with the highest scratch resistance in the industry. Its easy, no-polish maintenance significantly reduces overall life cycle cost and total cost of ownership. The product has a 15-year commercial warranty and a 15-year Quantum Guard Elite Wear warranty.

The collection is fully recyclable, Floor Score certified, and made in the USA.

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