The dramatic wood visuals defined in Open Range, a rubber flooring collection from Mannington Commercial, are inspired by the rugged topography of America’s Wild West. Open Range, a non-vinyl surface, provides commercial interiors with the authentic warmth and individuality of wood, in an exceptionally versatile and durable rubber plank format. The collection brings the benefits of rubber to any space where the rustic beauty of wood is desired. Incredible realistic detail and texture sets this rubber plank collection apart from others, while also providing the enhanced performance, comfort and safety benefits that designers need for technical requirements and project specifications.

The aim for this collection involved rethinking a traditional surface and extending new possibilities to it. The tonal patterns characterized in Open Range feature deliberate variations from plank to plank. This variation enables a varied landscape--complete with minor shadows and highlights--which typically is not found in traditional rubber flooring. The rich wood aesthetic and versatile design can be installed in a variety of directions, allowing for striking patterns and configurations underfoot.

Open Range rubber plank flooring is available in 12 wood visuals. The 7 1/4x48 in. plank format complements the wood design, and the patterns are also available in 15x48 in. plank widths for fast installation. Colorways can be used individually, and several are compatible with one another and combined to create a unique design statement. Open Range pairs well with Mannington Commercial carpet and other hard surface flooring collections for a cohesive look across different flooring types. It can also be used alongside or instead of LVT for spaces where enhanced acoustics, high durability, comfort underfoot or an alternative to vinyl is desired.

Open Range rubber flooring is made in the U.S. in an ISO: 14001 registered facility. The product contains rapidly renewable resource content and is FloorScore certified to meet stringent VOC emissions requirements, and also contributes to LEED credits.

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