Fall is finally here, and that means many homeowners are looking for fun and functional ways to refresh the look of their home. As the weather turns crisper and the days start to get shorter, the design experts at Mannington have pulled some fall decor inspiration to get you excited for the season!
This warm and inviting dining room uses our Restoration Collection® Blacksmith Oak in the color Steam. The Blacksmith Oak is a sophisticated rustic flooring that mimics what you would see in a traditional European home. Its luxurious grain pattern works perfectly in this space, drawing the eye toward the stunning fireplace that serves as this dining room’s centerpiece. Spruced up with fall foliage and wrought iron accessories, this homeowner has authentically captured the essence of the autumn season.
In this entryway, we see ADURA®Max Sausalito flooring. It perfectly complements the home’s farmhouse vibe and creates an inviting entry for friends and family. This homeowner used dark wood furnishings and accessories to emphasize that old-world feel. Tall pillar candles and an autumnal wreath on the door complete this space, capturing the warm and welcoming feeling of home.
When it comes to accessorizing for fall, there are plenty of floral arrangements to choose from. In the first photo, we see warm shades of yellow and orange leaves accented with autumnal sprigs set in a gold vase. This arrangement contrasts nicely with the neutral backdrop and furnishings in this room. In the next photo, the arrangement’s color palette shifts to the more vibrant hues found in nature. Green eucalyptus leaves are entwined with cotton twigs to create an impressive floral arrangement. Finally, we see a simple arrangement of fall leaves in a range of hues. Each of these is beautiful and can work almost anywhere throughout your home!
Here, we see the comfortable and classic look of a wood floor. However, this floor is actually a laminate! The warm undertones in the Brushed Natural version of our Restoration Collection® Fairhaven work perfectly with the exposed brick wall and neutral furnishings we see in this photo. To soften the space, this homeowner plays with a multitude of texture. From the layered area rugs to the assortment of throw pillows, they truly capture the cozy essence of autumn.
This living and kitchen area screams fall due to the thoughtful decor items placed throughout the space. Plus, they choose our Restoration Collection French Oak flooring in Peppercorn. This laminate options capture the beauty and richness of traditional oak floors and are the most functionally stylish option for this crossover area of the home. The plush carpet and furnishings in a mix of materials make this room the perfect autumn relaxation destination.
Sometimes it’s the subtle details that make all the difference. The black bats placed on the stove’s range look like they belong there because they complement the rest of the kitchen’s decor flawlessly. The flooring is a perfect fit, as well! Seen here in Sediment, this homeowner uses our Pacaya Mesquite, an antiqued hardwood that captures the natural rustic beauty of mesquite. As the strongest and most durable hardwood known to man, mesquite is the perfect flooring option for the kitchen.
We hope these images have gotten your creative juices flowing! Trust the decor experts at Mannington for all of your home decor inspiration.
With the revitalization of the farmhouse trend, shiplap has become a popular choice for the interior. For those wanting a unique way to incorporate it in their home design, our new luxury vinyl sheet floor Anchorage is the perfect find.
We wanted to embrace the shiplap trend and create flooring that shows dynamic texture and rustic appeal. Anchorageis available in two colors, Anchor and Marina, and has a 6″ x 48″ plank format which features time-weathered wood that has visually endured harsh climates. Each multi length plank mimics weathered shiplap containing an array of imperfections, paint degradation and bold color which helps bring the trend to life.
The weathered design and natural coloring of Anchorage make it the perfect flooring for homes styled in a Coastal or Farmhouse theme.
Color Palette Recommendations
For a cohesive color palette, use light and dark neutrals like ivory, tan, light gray, camel and charcoal coloring in your furniture, accent pieces, and décor. Pairing these colors with Anchorageprovides a clean, crisp look throughout your home. If you want to add a pop of color, try sage green or a deep blue with grey undertones.
Anchorage is the perfect complement to create a modern Coastal style. Break from kitschy nautical elements and use contemporary décor that’s light and airy. Pair white or tan walls and furniture with woven/rattan accent pieces like light fixtures, table mats and baskets and bring in a pop of color like sage green through art and plants. When it comes to decorating with Anchorage, choose simple elements and let the floors be the talking point of your home.
Pets are a part of your family and you want them to be as comfortable living in your home as you are. When it comes to flooring, vinyl plank is one of the best options for both you and your furry friends. Vinyl plank floors are waterproof, easy to clean and maintain, scratch resistant and come in a variety of colors and styles, like hardwood, stone, tile, marble or concrete,so you don’t have to sacrifice the look of your home for the performance you need.
When we talked to Jennifer Toth, creator of the Instagram @lilredranch and Mannington super fan, she said that her pets played a huge factor in choosing flooring for her home.She says, “We chose Mannington ADURA®Max flooring primarily due to having two 100lb chocolate labradoodles! When we researched the different products that we could use for flooring we found that this Mannington product stood up better than any other on the market. Not only for the high traffic but also for spill, etc… It is so easy to maintain and also looks beautiful in every room of our home.”
Mannington customer Mackenzie F. installed our ADURA®Max Aspen, color: Lodge, in her home and says, “It was so easy to install. We have three kids and two large dogs, and it has been so durable. And cleaning is ridiculously easy. The floors are definitely one of my favorite choices for the home renovation we did!”
If you’re worried about claws scratching your floor, pets dragging in mud, or hair shedding all over the place – don’t be! Vinyl plank is waterproof, easy to clean and maintain and scratch resistant.Plus, the durability of vinyl plank allows you to install it virtually anywhere in your home so your pets will be able to roam freely.
More Social Buzz from Pet Owners who Installed Mannington’s ADURA® Vinyl Plank:
“ So if you have kids, dogs, live in the country, and are all around just tough on floors then yes I would absolutely recommend it. This specific color also hides dirt and all the stuff if you are against sweeping on the daily like me! – @fournorthfarmhouse
“ We wanted something that would be durable (stand up to ski boots and pets) and that would be impervious to melting snow and general messes. Low maintenance was the name of the game, but they also needed to look beautiful AND go down easily. – @cmshepherd “
“ #TBT to last year when I was testing out new flooring. So glad I settled on @manningtonfloors #aduramax 😍 – @lilsteviebrown
One of the latest additions to our laminate Restoration Collection® is Station Pine. This pattern is a multi-width wood visual in an 8” plank format with ten individual plank designs and comes in three on-trend colors: Gravel,Sand and Rust. Learn more below about Station Pine, an incredibly realistic wood look that will add instant style and charm to any room.
Just as reclaimed barn wood has inspired many home interior designers, so have reclaimed railway ties. There’s something nostalgic about an old railway station that makes homeowners want to embody those same types of feelings in their homes. When I designed Station Pine, I wanted the weathered and worn splits, knots and cracks to pay homage to the architectural beauty and romance of railway stations past.
Due to its warm and eclectic feel, Station Pine floors look amazing in homes that have a Bohemian or Farmhouse style. Personally, I think Station Pine is a no-brainer in Farmhouse styled homes.
Color Palette Recommendations
When I think about color combinations for Station Pine, I am drawn back to the railway inspiration and steel trains. That’s why I would suggest pairing these floors with charcoal, gray, white and tan accents and furniture.
When it comes to Farmhouse décor, don’t be afraid to mix accents from different home styles! In my trend board below, I stayed traditional with the light fixture, exposed beams and wood shelving—which create a perfect balance with Station Pine flooring. I used modern kitchen hardware, dishware and gray textured walls to add a contemporary spin on the traditional Farmhouse style. Remember, home decorating in 2019 is all about blending trends!
As the leader in vinyl flooring, Mannington has put together a guide that details everything you need to know about vinyl sheet flooring.
What is Vinyl Sheet?
Vinyl sheet comes in a single roll that are 6-12 feet wide. This limits the number of seams seen after install. It is completely impermeable to water and is similar to linoleum. Vinyl sheet can be made to look just like wood, stone, and slate, or take on its own unique patterns.
Mannington offers two types of Vinyl Sheet:
Luxury Vinyl Sheet. Luxury vinyl sheet, also referred to as LVS, provides a broad range of natural designs, from realistic wood grains to elegant stones and rustic slates. Each pattern is enhanced with Mannington’s new, exclusive NatureForm® 4G technology for colors that are incredibly crisp and rich; and each is available in your choice of three performance levels: Platinum, Gold, and Silver and all are made in the U.S.
Resilient Flooring. Resilient flooring, also known as ‘vinyl’ or ‘felt-backed vinyl’, has been around for decades and is still one of the most popular types of flooring around.It’s made using a printing process known as ‘rotogravure’, which prints a pattern on the flooring substrate via an engraved cylinder. Mannington resilient flooring uses ultra-low VOC, water-based inks and we make all of our vinyl products right here in the U.S.
Benefits of Vinyl Sheet Floors
In addition to their affordability, vinyl sheet floors offer a variety of other benefits and features, including:
Realistic visuals. Vinyl sheet can be designed to look like other more expensive flooring options. From encaustic tile to marble, stone, wood and slate, your options for choices are virtually limitless.
Easy to clean & maintain. As with any type of flooring, vinyl sheet requires the occasional cleaning but overall it’s very easy to clean & maintain.
Extremely durable. Vinyl sheet is often compared to linoleum flooring, but it is stronger and longer-lasting. It doesn’t scratch or stain easily, which makes it kid and pet-friendly.
Ample variety. If you’re looking for flooring that’s going to help your home stand out from the others in your neighborhood, vinyl sheet is your answer. Because vinyl sheet is available in a wide variety of realistic styles like unique designs, wood, stone, and slate, it’s easy to create a floor that’s uniquely yours.
Waterproof. Our vinyl sheet can be used anywhere, but they’re especially ideal for rooms like kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms and mudrooms.
Not permanent and expertly laid out for you. Vinyl sheet is especially great for homeowners who like to change up their décor style frequently as it’s not permanent. Bonus: when our in-house styling team creates our vinyl sheet they expertly layout the design so there’s no guesswork during installation.
Budget friendly. Get the style you love for a lower price point than other flooring categories.
*Made in the USA. Mannington vinyl sheet floors are proudly made in the USA.
*FloorScore® Certified. All Mannington floors are independently tested and meet stringent indoor air quality standards and low VOCs.
*When looking for vinyl sheet floors, be sure to do your research especially around these topics. Mannington offers floors with these attributes, but not every flooring manufacturer does.
Cleaning Vinyl Sheet
Vinyl is one of the easiest floors to clean and maintain. Here’s how:
Wipe spills up immediately. Vinyl is a great flooring option for moisture-prone rooms, but it shouldn’t be in contact with moisture for that long. If something spills or puddles on your vinyl, wipe it up right away to prevent staining.
Weekly cleanings are perfect. Use a dry duster or vacuum to remove any dust and loose debris from your vinyl surface. Then, using a wet mop and gentle cleaning solution designed for vinyl floors, remove any stuck-on debris. If you prefer to use a more natural cleaner, combine vinegar with water and use that instead. To fight tougher stains, like those caused by fruit juice, ketchup, or wine, a paste of baking soda and water will remove the appearance of those stains. For tougher stains caused by ink or crayons, use rubbing alcohol and a soft-bristle brush to gently lift the marks.
Additional tips. Sweep your floor regularly. When mopping, only use polish or “mop and shine” products if you wish to make the floor shiny as vinyl sheet floors have a low gloss.
Other Care and Maintenance Tips:
There are few easy ways to protect your Vinyl Sheet flooring:
Use a doormat outside your home’s entrances
Close your curtains and blinds when sunlight can directly hit the floor
Support furniture with flooring protectors
Use runways to protect floors when moving furniture or heavy objects
Misconceptions About Vinyl Flooring
As one of the most affordable options on the flooring market, vinyl sometimes gets a bad reputation. Below, Mannington clears up some of the most common myths associated with vinyl floors:
Vinyl is dated and/or ugly. Vinyl sheet floors aren’t like their 70’s ancestors! Today’s vinyl flooring comes in a wide variety of options. You can even find vinyl flooring that mimics the appearance of hardwood or tile.
Vinyl is flimsy and cheap. Like any other type of flooring, not all vinyl sheet is created equal. There are some bargain friendly brands that won’t stand the test of time, but all the vinyl that Mannington offers is extremely durable and resistant to stains, moisture, scratches, and general wear and tear.
Vinyl will eventually lose its design. Many homeowners think that vinyl sheet flooring comes with a risk of walk-off, which is the idea that after years of use, the design wears off the vinyl. Today’s vinyl is made with a protective top coat that helps keep the printed image of the design intact.
Installing Vinyl Sheet
Vinyl sheet installation methods simplify the process and let installers match the installation technique to the jobsite conditions. Jobsite conditions to consider are:
Type of subfloor
Existing floor coverings
Vinyl sheet can be installed using methods like permanent bond, releasable bond or loose lay. We recommend having vinyl sheet floors professionally installed but if you plan to install the flooring yourself, be sure to seek luxury vinyl sheet or resilient installation instructions from the flooring manufacturer.
With a natural eye for design, Angie Adamczyk, creator of the lifestyle/interior design blog houseonprairielane.com and her husband Pete, an electrician by day, recently built a new home for their family of four. Pete is a man of many trades, and drew up the plans for the house, became the general contractor and did the majority of the work himself. After combining Pete’s skills with Angie’s knack for styling, they both knew their floors would be an important feature of their home. We had the chance to talk to Angie in-depth about the build, her style, and why she chose Mannington.
Mannington: How would you define your home style?
Angie Adamczyk: I think it’s a little bit of a Modern Farmhouse Style. I like pieces that are timeless and classic. While I did second guess the “white kitchen” style, I know it’s a design I will always love.
M: Which Mannington floors do you currently have in your home and what made you choose them?
AA:We have the Mannington Hardwood Pacaya Mesquite in the color Sediment and LOVE it! We have two kids and a dog, so I knew that I did not want dark floors which tend to show everything. The color Sediment is perfect, as is the quality of the brand.
M: Did you renovate your current home or was this a new build?
AA: Our home is new construction. It’s designed and built by my husband and me and was definitely a “true labor of love.”
M: Walk us through your design process – what inspired your home design and how did you keep all your design ideas organized?
AA:Walking through model homes, watching HGTV, and browsing Pinterest were our top three inspirations. Ultimately, the design and layout were our own. My husband worked his magic to create exactly what we wanted in a home. I saved a lot of the design details on Pinterest boards, organized by each room.
M: What are the top three things people should look for when shopping for floors?
AA: Quality, durability, and color!
M: Would you recommend Mannington floors to your followers?
AA:Yes – absolutely!
M: What was your favorite part about designing your new home?
AA:I loved picking out all the finished details – things like flooring, hardware, and light fixtures. It can be overwhelming, but I definitely did my research and didn’t rush to make decisions.
M: What’s your favorite room you designed in your new home?
AA: My kitchen! To say I spend a lot of time in this space is an understatement. I LOVE to cook, and as a stay at home mom, I am in the kitchen preparing breakfast, lunch, and dinner along with several snacks throughout the day. I knew from the very beginning that I wanted white cabinets with honed marble countertops, and I absolutely love both details. Another favorite feature of mine is how we extended the kitchen cabinets to the ceiling. It was a last-minute decision, but one that I know I will never regret!
M: Any additional tips for people designing a home or remodeling?
AA: Do your research and budget for the things you can splurge on. We chose to spend more of our budget on flooring, cabinetry, and countertops, and we are so happy with the quality of all three.
M: What are your favorite design elements in the house?
AA:It’s really hard to pick just one. For the last two years, we’ve slowly been adding more furniture pieces and each one provides a different tone. I still really love our barstools from West Elm and our sofas from Pottery Barn.
Hardwood floors are classic, versatile and radiate natural beauty. Triumph, one of our new 2019 floors, is no different. Triumph combines the character and charm of three individual species of wood while the staining, hand scraping, and finishing techniques bring visual harmony.
Since hardwood floors are timeless, we wanted to create a unique design for the person who likes classic styles and is inspired by the beauty of wood in its most natural form. To achieve this, we blended three of today’s most popular hardwoods– oak, hickory, and maple – resulting in a truly special look for the home.
Due to its versatility, Triumph floors typically complement every type of interior home décor style. My personal favorite home styles for Triumph are Bohemian/Global and Farmhouse.
Color Palette Recommendations
There are three colors offered in the Triumph family: Platinum, Silver and Gold. These colors capture the warmth, texture, and natural allure of Triumph’s seamless wood blends. If you’re looking for a color palette that allows the floors to stand out, go for terracotta and neutral tones. For those who prefer a pop of color, choose pinks, blues, and reds.
Because Triumph works so well with Bohemian/Global styled homes, I suggest a Moroccan-inspired Kilim rug—the contrast of color against the wood will make your room effortlessly stylish. Add other neutral Bohemian décor like a peacock chair, pillows and other wicker elements to finish the look. Check out my trend board below for design inspiration!
If you are building a home or are renovating an existing one, selecting the flooring for your various living spaces can be a complicated challenge. With so many floor types available and the pros and cons of each, the decision can be a bit overwhelming. The unique needs of your family and the area in which you live can play a key role in what you select. But one thing seems to be certain, those who select hardwood flooring don’t regret it. And additionally, hardwood flooring will never go out of style.
If you’re looking to replace your flooring in your home, hardwood flooring may be at the top of your list. Of all the flooring trends in recent years and historically, hardwood flooring has become a mainstay in homes all over the world. But what is it exactly about hardwood floors that make them so popular and in such high demand?
Hardwood flooring offers classical elegance. The Palace of Versailles, even though it was originally built as a hunting lodge by Louis XIII, is well-known as one of the most beautiful palaces in the world. Today’s intricately patterned wood floors get their name from Versailles which has boasted exquisitely detailed hardwood floors for centuries.
Hardwood floors are easy to clean.Regular cleaning by sweeping or dusting with a micro-fiber brush and occasional mopping with a misting hardwood cleaner can help keep your wood floors in condition for years to come.
Hardwood flooring is long-lasting. When choosing to install hardwood flooring, homeowners will benefit because the flooring will remain in style, but also because wood flooring naturally lasts longer, especially when it is well cared for. In fact, the life span of a wood floor can exceed 100 years. Further, a screen and recoat process can refresh the coating and restore the luster of the floor.
Hardwood flooring continues to improve with technology and new finishes. New technology has created engineered hardwood which layers multiple pieces of wood together. This approach makes the hardwood even more durable and helps increase moisture resistance.
Hardwood floor is high in value. While hardwood flooring can cost more than many other types of flooring at the time of installation, it also holds in value and can increase the value of your home. Many older homes still have their original hardwood as it is designed and installed to last for decades. Not only that, but many homeowners like the historical feeling of hardwood floors.
What are the most popular types of hardwood floors?
If you have decided that wood flooring is the choice for you, the next step is to decide on what kind of wood to use. This decision is best considered by taking into account the overall style of your home and the preferred décor. While any wood flooring is popular and will add value to your home, there are certain types of wood that are more popular than others.
Oak is the most common type of wood flooring in the United States. Homeowners like oak for its low cost and overall versatility. Further, oak is very resistant to dents and deep gouges and is an excellent choice for homeowners who do not wish to use an area rug. Further, oak can be stained a wide variety of colors and in most cases will have an obvious grain pattern. If oak is not for you, other popular choices include hickory, maple, ash, pine, cherry, Brazilian cherry, walnut, and birch.
No matter what wood flooring you select, chances are you will love the end result. Provided that you take good care of your floors with regular dusting, sweeping, and light mopping, you can be assured that your hardwood flooring will last through the years and help you to build history in your home.
This post was written by House Tipster, a designing website for homeowners, interior designers, home builders, architects and home service pros.
Coua Xiong, a personal coach and founder of cozyfamilyhome.com, doesn’t have a definition for her home décor style. After building a new brand from the ground up, having her fourth baby and selling her family home she decided there were specific words she wanted to inspire the décor in her home. Cozy. Family. Rustic. Simple. Clean. Bright.
Coua realized her former home had so many quirks and things that didn’t make sense for her family, so she wanted to ensure her new home was full of functionality and joy. “We knew every nook and cranny in the new build needed to have a reason behind why it was being added, how it would be used, and what kind of feeling the space would invoke,” she says.
Coua chose to not only install Mannington floors in her entire home, but selected three different types! Throughout her house she has ADURA®Max vinyl plank, Restoration Collection® laminate and vinyl sheet (details below). Continue reading to find out why Coua chose these floors and how she incorporated them into her home design.
Coua found one of the most important tasks of her home remodel was picking out the right flooring. She didn’t want hardwood floors and decided on laminate for the main areas in her home – an open concept kitchen, dinette, and great room. “I chose Mannington’s Restoration Collection® Blacksmith Oak in the color Steam because the color variation is beautiful,” she says. “I love the mix of gray, brown, and beige. Plus, it is a super durable product, easy to clean, and you can’t beat the price!”
Because of its durability and easy maintenance, Coua extended the laminate into her pantry, mudroom and kids’ hallway.
When people are looking for flooring, Coua recommends three key things: function, quality and color. “Functionality is key and advises you to ask yourself these questions: Does this flooring make sense here? What am I using this room for? Is this a high traffic area? What is the wear and tear? How do I clean this floor?”
She also states that the quality of the flooring is of utmost importance. “Read ALL the reviews and ask questions,” she advises. “Definitely do your homework before making a selection. I would 100% recommend Mannington floors to anyone who is in the new market for new flooring.”
As for picking out a color, that’s a personal choice. For example, Coua knew she needed a mid-tone color floor since her home is located out in the country and with country living comes dirt. Mid-tone colors are good for disguising anything that tracks in.
At the end of the day, Coua says “Design for you and your family and above all, do what makes you happy!”
As the leader in vinyl plank flooring, Mannington has put together a guide that details everything you need to know about vinyl plank floors. Learn about benefits, common misconceptions, installation, cleaning and more.
Vinyl Plank Flooring Options
Vinyl planks allow you to achieve the look of hardwood or tile at a fraction of the cost. They are all waterproof, easy to clean and maintain, scratch resistant and more. Learn more about the most popular types of vinyl plank floors:
Expanded Polymer Core (WPC):Manufactured with a rigid expanded PVC core instead of a solid PVC backing, WPCs have tiny air pockets in the core that create great sound properties in a space. This expanded core is joined with a traditional thin LVT Cap to create it’s visual and usually has an attached pad on the back to create softness under foot. Most WPC products have a locking system and are installed as a floating floor requiring no glue.
Solid Polymer Core (SPC):This type of flooring includes a solid PVC core with a thin traditional LVT cap to create the visual. This solid un-plasticized core is incredibly stiff and tough with great indentation and temperature stability properties. This product is also generally a floating floor and can be installed without any glue.
Traditional Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT): Traditional LVT floor is composed of multiple layers of flexible PVC making it much less stiff then the rigid core products. It is composed of a scratch resistant wearlayer, a decorative/image layer and a durable flexible backing layer and is known to be stable and reliable. Most Traditional LVT requires adhesive and is glued to the floor in an installation.
Available at Mannington
Mannington has a family of four vinyl plank options called ADURA®. Any ADURA® vinyl plank floor you choose offers the same incredible detail, stunning style and high-performance features below. Simply choose the ADURA® floor that best matches your lifestyle – learn more below:
ADURA®MaxAPEX – this WPC floor is perfect for making a statement in any room including kitchens, bathrooms, foyers, living areas, dining spaces.
ADURA®Max – a WPC floor that’s ideal for sound dampening, giving you peace and quiet in homes with multiple stories or those with media rooms, music rooms and kids play spaces.
ADURA®Rigid – a strong and durable SPC floor with superior indentation resistance ideal for home gyms, kids’ rooms and kitchens. It’s also stable in wide temperature changes and can be used in three season porches and cabins that may not be temperature controlled.
ADURA®Flex – a stable and reliable traditional LVT glue-down floor that can be installed in long runs without transition strips, ideal for homes with open floor plans and with seniors or those with special needs. Tile can be installed with or without grout.
Benefits of Vinyl Plank
Waterproof.Waterproof vinyl planks can be used anywhere, but have added benefits in areas that might be more likely to have spills and leaks like kitchens, bathrooms, and basements.
Easy to Clean & Maintain. As with any type of flooring, vinyl plank requires the occasional cleaning. This is especially true if it’s used in a high traffic area – but luckily they’re are easy to clean and maintain.
Scratch and Indentation Resistant.Vinyl plank flooring is made to be lived on. It doesn’t scratch, indent or stain easily, which makes it kid and pet-friendly. Vinyl planks durable qualities allow you to install it virtually anywhere in your home.
Ample Variety.Not only will you be able to easily find a floor you love that fits in your desired home décor style, you may have trouble choosing just one favorite!
Cleaning Vinyl Planks
To keep your vinyl planks lookingnew, use a broom, vacuum or microfiber sweeper for a quick clean up. For deeper cleans, a damp mop and mild cleaner get the job done. As a bonus, there’s no waxing required! Plus, vinyl plank flooring has a protective wearlayer on it that allows it to maintain it’s luster for years to come.
Installing Vinyl Planks
Vinyl plank installation is much easier to install than hardwood and other types of flooring and can be completed by the homeowner or a professional installer. If you choose to install yourself, be sure to carefully follow installation instructions from the manufacturer.
Bonus: Mannington’s ADURA®MaxAPEX, ADURA®Max and ADURA®Rigid can be installed over existing hard surface floors, including those with grout lines (like ceramic tile). Watch the demo below!
Misconceptions About Vinyl Plank Flooring
Below, Mannington clears up some of the most common myths associated with vinyl floors:
It’s outdated or unattractive. Vinyl floors have come a long way since the 70s! Today’s vinyl plank flooring is available in a wide variety of options including ones that mimic the appearance of hardwood or tile.
It’s flimsy and cheap. Like any other type of flooring, not all vinyl planks are created equal. There are some bargain friendly brands that won’t stand the test of time, but all of the vinyl plank that Mannington offers is waterproof, extremely durable and resistant to stains, scratches and general wear and tear.
It will eventually lose its design and luster. Many homeowners think that vinyl plank flooring comes with a risk of walk-off, which is the idea that after years of use, the design wears off the vinyl. Today’s vinyl planks are made with a protective wear layers and a topcoat that helps keep the floor beautiful for a lifetime.
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