Technology today provides many ways for homeowners to get a floor that not only looks great but has exceptional performance as well. Adura Max provides a floor with the technology to perform in challenging environments and, because it's from Mannington, it also has beautiful styling and attention to detail in the design.

This spring, six new Adura Max designs will debut at Mannington dealers:

A European oak plank look with exceptional character and detail, Aspen is crafted with a fuming process that highlights natural cracks, unique knots and fine graining found in real wood. A versatile design that lends itself to a wide range of decorating styles, Aspen is available in 7.1 x 48-inch planks and three hues: Alpine, Drift and Lodge.

A time-weathered hardwood plank look that works well in a range of settings from traditional to contemporary and cottage, Lakeview has realistic surface texture and exceptional detail. Available in 7.1 x 48-inch planks and four hues: Cabin, Dry Timber, Rapid and Treeline.

The rectangle format is new to Adura Max, and Cascade provides a stunning travertine look with dramatic color variation and realistic detail. This 12 x 24-inch rectangle tile is available in two hues: Harbor Beige and Sea.

The Graffiti rectangle is inspired by urban street art and culture, focusing on a hip -yet haute- concrete look created by a colorful collage of blended hues. Available in 12 x 24-inch rectangle tiles and two hues: Patina and Skyline.

The Legacy rectangle is a luxe marble look with dramatic blue-gray veining that captures the timeless beauty of Tuscan Carrara marble in a modern way because it's offered in 12 x 24-inch rectangle tiles. Available in one elegant color combination: White with Gray.

A best-seller in Adura, Meridian will now be available in Adura Max, too. A weathered concrete look with an upscale urban feel, Meridian has a textured surface that mixes light with shadow and smooth with rough with impressive detail. This 12 x 24-inch rectangle tile is available in four hues: Carbon, Porcelain, Steel and Stucco.

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