Mannington Commercial has launched a new tx:style Perspectives Collection, and this collection was designed in collaboration with Paul Lewandowski of SMRT and designer Katie Henry. This collection, which is a broadloom and 24″x24″ modular carpet, interprets abstract organic shapes in structured layers of pattern.
Paul Lewandowski was inspired by the striated basaltic rocks and colors, which are found along the Maine coastline, to create Coastal Rocks. He has worked with many clients in different professions and he has noticed that organic patterns work well in commercial settings. The Coastal Rocks design is an organic stripe, which was inspired by how rocky outcrops and tide pools form patterns, and the design was also inspired by the living organisms that create additional layers on the pools.
Katie Henry designed the pattern called Stacked Up, and this pattern complements Coastal Rocks. Stacked Up resembles the natural and handmade shapes formed by stacked stones. Katie Henry created the design with a more abstract look than just the basic look of stacked stones.
The collection’s colors are a combination of neutral and pop colors that work well together. The colors were selected with particular emphasis on their of use natural inspirations to create complex combinations.
Antron Lumena fiber and Mannington’s construction unite to create a low maintenance, high durability carpet, engineered to retain color and texture, which give the Perspectives collection a high appeal. This collection also has the Mannington Colorsafe bleach warranty, Xguard stain warranty, and some of the other warranties that the company has.
The collection is available in modular carpet on Infinity Modular backing and it has 30 percent minimum recycled content. If you purchase the collection in broadloom then it has UltraBac RE and 10 percent post-consumer recycled content reclaimed through Mannington’s LOOP program. All of the products in the collection are NSF/ANSI-140 Platinum certified and they are made in the USA in ISO 14001 certified facilities.