The Mannington Pacaya Mesquite hardwood series is the epitome of antiqued flooring. If you've been on the lookout for an antique hardwood that evokes the rustic look of mesquite, then the Mannington Pacaya Mesquite hardwood collection is for you. The Pacaya Mesquite is a handcrafted collection that varies in widths and has a natural character to it. With a matte gloss and scratch resistance, these floors are durable and made to withstand modern, everyday life. Regardless of what flooring style you go with from this collection it is sure to be a hardwood floor that makes a statement in your space.
Mannington prides itself in being a sustainable company. With engineered hardwood floors that use half as many trees as solid wood floors, you can rest easy knowing you have opted for a more sustainable option when it comes to hardwood floors. Mannington floors are also nontoxic. With wood flooring that promotes better air quality and meets or exceeds formaldehyde levels set in the CARB phase one and two, you'll never have to compromise your health for new floors.
It is important to maintain your hardwood floors over the years. Make sure to clean your floors often in order to prevent the build up of grit that can cause damage to the finish and surface of hardwood. If something spills on the wood be sure to clean it up as soon as possible with a soft cloth and cleaning products that are recommended by Mannington to use on wood. To avoid water damage, make sure to never mop your floor. The proper care and maintenance of your hardwood floors is what will make them last for years to come.
There are 6 dramatic colors within this series. All of the colors are inspired by volcanic colors. Pacaya Mesquite Cinder is a deep brown laced with the look of reddish embers through the blending of light and dark browns mixed together, accompanied by charcoal spots staining the wood. This gives the wood the illusion of being licked by fire.
Lava is a golden color with heavy cracks and scuffs riddled throughout the planks, giving you a bold look with heavy imperfections.
Ash is the remnants of ember, creating a smoky grey look. From the ashes comes to life a strong flooring choice that can serve as not only an antiqued flooring option but a contemporary flooring option as well.
Obsidian embodies the look of old wood reaching the end of its lifespan with a dark brown appearance mixed with grey. The heavy imperfections indicate that it has seen many aspects of life and gained much wisdom. Unlike old wood, however, Obsidian remains strong, making it an excellent choice for those that enjoy a darker antiqued look.
Sediment is a lighter hue composed with charcoal stains and markings flecked about the planks. A light brown tint tarnishes the wood, giving this wood another strong, fiery appearance.
Finally you have Pumice, the lightest color of the hardwood collection as a dark, sandy wood with light blemishes in the form of stains and zagging cracks.
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