Brentano releases annual color forecast 2018
October 23, 2017,
WHEELING, Ill. – Brentano’s tenth annual color forecast highlights refined colors from Brentano’s collection – including Midnight, Almost Black and Peacock – to three new color selections – Red Rocks, Citron and Periwinkle.
“Classic colors continue to be popular in the industry but they have begun to evolve in a way that makes them more dynamic and interesting,” says Brentano’s Senior Designer Aaron Mensik. “As a company, we have grown, and in doing so our color palette has become more enriched and diverse.”
Midnight – Midnight has continued to be a prevalent color throughout the years for Brentano. The jewel tone accommodates a tailored look.
Almost Black – Almost Black offers an alternative to jet black with subtle shades of grey and provides a foundation for complex color schemes. Often used in the contract world, this hue has also become a force within residential markets.
See related: Brentano introduces fall 2017 collection
Red Rocks – Channeling rust colored sandstone cliffs, Red Rocks brings a warm western richness and showcases spicy orange hues highlighted by subtle ocean coral.
Citron – A new color within Brentano’s collection, Citron is bright and energetic. Citron is earning new presence in the marketplace with its distinct blend of yellow and green.
Periwinkle – Periwinkle is stylish, fresh and vibrant. The interplay of light purples and muted blues give Periwinkle a versatile personality.
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