Collections, Inspiration

A Decade of Mansion Porcelain


Mansion Hall, Design Build and Photo: Berkshire Homes Buffalo, Tile Supplier: Homestone Tile Gallery

Launched in 2014, AKDO’s Mansion collection proves its timeless beauty as reaches its tenth year. As one of our longest standing collections, this wood-look porcelain line continues to be a staple in AKDO’s offerings, with its classic look and without the drawbacks of actual hardwood flooring. Recreating the aged appearance of antique wood in contemporary interiors, Mansion porcelain uses innovative production techniques to embody both ultrarealistic textures and aesthetics in its interpretation.

As we look back on the many installs throughout the years, this porcelain tile has been used in countless applications from residential environments to hospitality spaces. Read on for some major design inspiration with our favorite spaces using these antiqued-look parquet panels.

Residential Bathrooms

A popular use for Mansion is featuring on a bathroom floor. An environment where hardwood could not normally be used to the spaces’ high moisture content, Mansion thrives due to porcelains’ low water absorption levels, resulting in no warping, cracking, or expanding due to water.

Mansion Hall, Design: Ridgecrest Designs

Mansion Court, Design and Tile Supplier: NVD Studio

Foyers and Mudrooms

The high durability of this wood look porcelain tile is made to withstand everything from the moisture of melted snow to the abrasion of sand from the beach, making this the ultimate design choice to face the elements of the high traffic area of a mudroom or foyer.

Mansion Lounge, Design: Colleen Simonds Design, Photo: Emily Gilbert Photo

Mansion Court, Design: Molly Hirsch Interiors

Residential Kitchens

The versatility and longevity of porcelain married with the natural beauty of wood lend to the perfect tile for the wear and tear that a kitchen floor experiences. Another plus? Use wood-look porcelain flooring throughout the kitchen into a dining area or living room to achieve consistent flooring in an open concept home.

Mansion Lounge, Design: Rinfred, LTD. Interior Design

Pool Houses

Because of its high resistance to water, Mansion wood-look porcelain makes for an easy choice when installing on the floor of a pool house. Porcelain tile is less susceptible to water damage and is also a material that is typically safe to walk on when wet – a characteristic that is vital in this environment.

Mansion Hall, Tile Supplier and Photo: Virtue Tile and Design, Design: Kim Tone and Katy Patterson


Enjoy the look of wood in a bustling restaurant or a crowded bar with Mansion wood-look porcelain. Because of its extreme density, porcelain is resistant to the heavy stresses that come with high-traffic commercial environments such as scratches and staining.

Mansion Library, ALTO Bar at the MC Hotel

Multi-Unit Residential Lobbies

Along with its high durability, Mansion is an ease to clean, and can be swept or mopped with just water, but also withstand harsh cleaning chemicals. Present a multi-unit residential lobby with a clean and well-kept look with this preferred flooring material, all while saving time and cost with cleaning staff.

Mansion Lounge

Mansion Arcade, Design: Alchemy Studio, Photo: Studio SOBA


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