Types of Mirage Floors
Find Out Which Type Is Right For You.
Each type has its own benefits and drawbacks. Engineered Mirage floors are generally more expensive than solid wood. Solid hardwood also require more maintenance because they're harder to clean and maintain. However, solid Mirage wood does last longer than other types.
Engineered wood is usually less expensive than solid ones. They're easier to install and maintain than solid ones. They also tend to be more durable than solid ones. Below is a link to help decide which floors are best for you!
Discover the Advantages of Mirage Floors.
- Voted #1 for quality in North America by dealers
- Most wear-resistant floor
- Hypoallergenic finish safe for kids and the environment
- 1,000+ colors, widths, species, and finishes
- Environmentally friendly and sustainable company
- 35 Year warranty
Choose the Perfect Color Scheme.
Mirage flooring comes in a wide variety of colors and patterns. You'll find everything from traditional wood tones to bright, modern hues. Before choosing a color scheme, consider how much natural light will enter your room. If you live in a sunny area, you might choose a lighter shade of wood. If you live in an area with more shadows, you might opt for darker shades. Their website allows for easy search as you can sort by color, species, and collection. On their website their is a room visualizer that allows for you to see how the new hardwood floors will look in your home!
Mirage hardwood flooring colors include white, beige, natural, golden, orange, brown, reddish-brown, dark brown, black, light brown, light grey, and grey.
Textures to Fit Any Room.
While most people seem to like the smoother surface, Mirage believes the texture of their floors can add depth. Mirage does sell a Smooth textured wood that has a silky surface. Their Brushed texture allows for a soft velvety look that you can feel. Mirage floors also sells a cork and engraved texture to offer more distinctive looks. Below is a link that explains Mirage flooring textures.
Superior Flooring Finishes that Last Years.Mirage flooring has 4 major finishes; Duramatt, Duramatt X, Cashmere, and NanoLinx Commercial. All of Mirage floor's residential finishes come with a 35-year warranty. The two most common finishes on Mirage products are Duramatt and Cashmere. Mirage is the first flooring company that uses Nanotechnology to protect their floors while still being hypo-allergenic.
Grade Selection like No Other.
Mirage Floors Collections
Flair - Inspired by natural grace of wood, comes in maple, white oak, & hickory, character grade wood, smooth and brushed textures, engineered plank width: 5", 6-1/2", 7-3/4", solid plank width: 4-1/4" (only available for maple & white oak)
Sweet Memories - All of the true characteristics of wood, including variation of colors, knots, mineral streaks, surface marks, character grade, variation on smooth and brushed textures.
Imagine - An ideal texture to hide everyday wear, only available in maple and red oak, only available in character grades & cork textures, maple & red oak engineered imagine collection plank widths are available in 5", 6-1/2", 7-3/4". While Mirage sells their classic solid wood at 4-1/4" available in both maple & red oak.
Natural - Mirage floors natural collection allows the richness of the wood to shine, available in select & better, exclusive, & character, Mirage sells natural maple, red oak, white oak, hickory, and walnut. Available in solid wood and engineered wood sizes can vary from 5"-7-3/4" for engineered wood.
DreamVille - Trendy, natural-looking floors with a matte finish, engineered oak floors, 5" or 7" width.
Escape - Looking for neutral-toned floors that bring a warm home atmosphere? The Escape collection comes in red oak & maple with a character
Admiration - Trendy colors for unique looks, comes in exclusive grade, and a variety of textures such as smooth, engraved, & brushed. Their solid and engineered woods come in a variety of plank widths, but the specialty in this collection comes in White, Cream, & Black tones.