Mannington has had a great year with all of the awards it has received for its new product lines including the Serengeti Porcelain Tile.
With Serengeti, Mannington did a beautiful job of imitating the beauty of natural slate with 6 different colors ranging from a warm white to a rich gold and a contemporary iron grey.
They did such a great job, that Mannington was awarded the Dealer’s Choice Award, again. Plus, I cannot tell the difference in the appearance of Serengeti and the natural slate my parents have down in their family room.
In the Serengeti line, Mannington included accent pieces to help home owners design the floor of their dreams.
The accent pieces include small 1x1 tiles, 1x1 metal accents, and extra long and thin subway tiles making this a floor you can have fun with. Maybe mix 2 or 3 of the colors for a unique pattern…
Or just go with the classic slate floor look…
It’s pretty hard to go wrong with the look of natural slate no matter if you dress it up or down. It is one of those looks that goes well on the patio and in the formal dining room.
And, of course, being porcelain makes Serengeti Tile extremely durable. Porcelain is the stronger version of ceramic tile. If you want a ‘for life’ floor, porcelain is one of the best options. Using fine stone dust that is baked under high heat and pressure creates one of the most sturdy floors available.
Where could you use the flexible style of slate and the durability of porcelain? What are your experiences with natural stone and porcelain or ceramic tile?