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Betsy Amoroso
Mannington Mills
Sr. Director, Corporate Communications




SALEM, NJ, January 30, 2018—With a nod to a design aesthetic of enduring appeal, Mannington’s new Restoration Collection floors deliver the beauty, comfort and stability of classics in updated ways.

“During uncertain times like these, people look for familiarity in their decor, whether hanging old family photos or picking furniture and flooring,” says Joe Amato, Mannington’s Vice President of Residential Styling. “By blending classic and fashion forward looks, we’ve created laminate floors with a certain familiarity -- quiet, steady confidence and lots of style.” 

“In addition to style, Mannington’s Restoration Collection floors also have incredible performance characteristics,” says Dan Natkin, Vice President of Hardwood and Laminate at Mannington. “Thanks to innovative technologies like SpillShield™, that guarantee the floor will not be damaged from spills, standing moisture and pet messes for 72 hours, consumers can now install it in any room in the house – even bathrooms and laundry rooms where it really couldn’t go before.”

This Spring, three new patterns join Mannington’s Restoration™ Collection which has won numerous awards for style and performance since its introduction in 2011.

Hillside Hickory
Sometimes a simple twist is all you need. By adding white paint to the grain, Hillside Hickory (already one of Mannington’s best-selling hickory plank designs) spins contemporary, creating a floor that works well in Modern Farmhouse and neutral Scandinavian settings that are everywhere in the home fashion scene. Available in two hues: Cloud and Pebble.


Palace Plank
A perfect pick for bright, airy interiors that continue to grow in popularity, Palace Plank combines the timeless beauty of wide plank European White Oak with state-of-the art technology for a floor infused with authentic color, texture and lots of visual interest.  Available in three hues:  Armor, Stone and Tapestry.



Palace Chevron
With the resurgence of pattern being used in home interiors of all types, Palace Chevron’s time is now. Aptly named, this look dates back to 17th century France where the chevron pattern was found in palaces and homes of the nobility. Absolutely stunning in foyers, long hallways and great rooms, Palace Chevron can also be mixed with Palace Plank to create a custom look as the colors and grain pattern for both coordinate seamlessly.  Available in three hues: Armor, Stone and Tapestry.




About Mannington Restoration Collection Flooring

Made in the USA with over 70 percent post-industrial recycled content, and low-VOC inks/adhesives, Mannington’s Restoration collection is one of the most durable and eco-friendly floors available. NALFA certified (for overall product quality), FloorScore® certified (ensuring good indoor air quality for homes) and five times more scratch-resistant than wood flooring, Mannington’s Restoration Collection is also resistant to dirt/dust which makes it easy to maintain.


Like all floors in the Restoration™ Collection, these new floors are crafted with Mannington’s revolutionary SpillShield™ technology that delivers 72-hour protection from spills, standing moisture and pet messes. This enables these floors to go where no laminate has gone before—bathrooms, laundry rooms and other areas that are prone to moisture. 


About Mannington Mills
One of the world's leading manufacturers of fine flooring, Mannington Mills, Inc., is based in Salem, New Jersey (USA). The company manufactures residential and commercial sheet vinyl, luxury vinyl, laminate, resilient and hardwood floors; as well as commercial carpet and rubber under the Mannington Residential, Mannington Commercial, Amtico and Burke brands. Founded in 1915 by John Boston Campbell, the company is still privately held and owned by the Campbell family. Now in its second century of doing business in the USA, Mannington Mills remains committed to quality, customer satisfaction and innovative manufacturing with award-winning product design, state-of-the-art processes and industry-leading programs. 



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