Swiss Oak

Color: Truffle
Size:

The Story Behind the Floor

The beauty of Scandinavian design lies in its ability to create cozy, simplistic spaces while placing emphasis on natural sustainable materials. Mannington’s new pattern, Swiss Oak easily captures the authentic look of raw, natural wood in a minimalist aesthetic. Featuring a 7”x 48” plank format,  Swiss Oak’s understated white oak visual combines subtle edge spalting, a refined surface texture, in a neutral color palette creating a simple, harmonizing visual making this the perfect flooring choice to enhance any Nordic-Scandinavian inspired interior. 

Swiss Oak will be available in stores soon.

Helping to Keep Your Floors Cleaner

Microban®, which helps protect 24/7 against the growth of bacteria and remain 99% cleaner than untreated surfaces, is now available on this floor! Learn more now about this exciting technology.

  • MICROBAN® SURFACE PROTECTION
  • WATERPROOF
  • KID & PET FRIENDLY
  • EASY TO CLEAN & MAINTAIN
  • SCRATCH RESISTANT
  • FADE & STAIN RESISTANT
  • INDENTATION RESISTANT
  • FLOORSCORE® CERTIFIED

Product Specifications

Product Number: MAX742 Colorway Name: Truffle Sizes: 7" x 48"
Flooring Thickness: 8.0 mm with 20 mil wearlayer Microban® Surface Protection: Yes ScratchResist™: Yes
FloorScore® Certified: Yes True Detail Styling™: Yes Edge Style: Micro-bevel
Installation Type: Floating HydroLoc™: Yes Warranty: Lifetime Residential, 10 Year Light Commercial

Social Buzz

Having the assurance that our floor is waterproof and scratch-resistant is a huge plus for us. I also like how quiet it is when we walk on it. My husband and I are so happy with this floor and how nice it looks in our home.

Nassika

Learn More About Microban® Surface Protection

Helping to Keep Your Floors Cleaner. Microban®, which helps protect 24/7 against the growth of bacteria and remain 99% cleaner than untreated surfaces, is now available on this floor! Learn more now about this exciting technology.

Family Owned for Over 100 Years

Mannington Mills was founded in Salem, New Jersey, in 1915, by John Boston Campbell and is still privately held and owned by the Campbell family today.

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