As the 4th of July nears, we’re pondering all things red, white and blue, including the growing group of designers, artisans and manufacturers creating furnishings in the USA. Mannington is among them and, together, we aspire to make it easier than ever to fill your home with American-made décor that’s thoughtfully designed, quality made and as stylish as anything found around the globe.
For example, the distinguished Zerenity leather sofa above looks born to the manor, but guess what? It’s made in Hickory, North Carolina, by Old Hickory Tannery, a 30-year old family owned/operated company.
Designer Karen Robertson works with shell artists in Florida to create stunning flora sculpture with a contemporary edge like the Baby Clam Shell hydrangea.
From her studio in Sandy Point, Washington, Nicole Whitney transforms discarded jars, beer & wine bottles, and other land-fill likely colorful glass into sparkly Recycled Glass vanity pulls.
Sustainably harvested red, willow, twigs, grapevine and bittersweet vine are used to make the Round Roost eco pendant light at Birch & Willow’s studio located just west of Boston.
Safari style gets a modernist makeover with Annabel Inganni’s Zag Zig Giraffe bookends made in L.A. of handprinted baltic birch and FSC certified walnut.
An organic birch look filled with character, Riverside (Natural color shown here) features our new oil-rubbed finish that emulates the look and feel of a hand oiled hardwood floor. It features an elegant 8”-wide single plank design, plus the incredible performance and durability that laminate is known for; and contains over 70 percent recycled content. And it’s 100% made at the Mannington laminate facility in High Point, North Carolina.
Rabanna (Sisal color shown here) captures the essence of woven raffia in a soft, yet, refined way. Like all of our luxury vinyl sheet, Rabanna is made at Mannington’s flagship manufacturing location in Salem, New Jersey.