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PPG Introduces Paint Color Portfolio Fan Deck for Commercial Buildings

PPG Architectural Coatings has introduced a paint color portfolio fan deck with 2012-2013 commercial color trends to help building owners, commercial builders, designers and architects to build or renovate commercial facilities, including healthcare, office, retail and hotel.

The PPG Paint Color Portfolio fan deck features four commercial segments with six color palettes and over 120 designer- and architect-sized color swatches. Hotel, retail, office and healthcare are the four commercial segments. The portfolio’s color and design trends symbolize the influences of the latest demographic, digital and societal on these industries.

PPG paint color portfolio fan deck for commercial spaces

PPG Architectural Coatings’ six color trends for the hotel segment are ideal for coating hotel rooms, meeting areas, lobbies and internal restaurant spaces. Hotel color palettes range include cradle to cradle, nautilus and fauve with a better neutral finish to neon life, mad hatter and idol that feature dazzling colors and bold combinations.

Six color trends for the retail segment emphasize on coating exterior and interior retail spaces with a palette of options ranging from traditional to calm. The color palettes include organic, super basic and classic as well as the more lively color patterns, including futurist techno, playful bespoke and provocative.

The office color scheme’s symphony palette offers a modern look to an industrial workplace, while studio provides an innovative space with a teasing color blocking. Atelier, neochic, forma, livewell and atelier are the four other color trends for this segment.

PPG Architectural Coatings’ healthcare color scheme is ideal for facilities, including doctors’ offices, research facilities, long-term clinics, waiting rooms, patient rooms and pediatric clinics. The colorescape palette is suitable for pediatric hospitals, while atlas is ideal for furnishing doctors’ offices. Evolution, wateressence, chrysalis and homezone are the other four color trends.


Joel Scanlon

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