Pantone Paint: Color System Meets Paint Palette
Pantone has long been a name recognized by designers as the leader in color matching. It is a system widely used to communicate color from one person to another when the two aren’t in the same location. For example, a designer in NYC can tell a manufacturer in Asia exactly what color they require just by giving them the Pantone reference number . No guessing because both will be referring to the same color.
For over 10 years, Pantone has released an official Color of the Year, enabling them to grab attention of many people outside the design field. Pantone is now more widely known and they are hoping to take their success with color palettes to paints.
Pantone Paint At Lowes
When Pantone first ventured into the paint business, they went very high end offering a wide array of colors. It just never seemed like the route to success for taking this brand into paint to me. Partnering with brands Valspar and Lowe’s is a much better fit and makes their paint range much more accessible to their current fans and connects them with many potential customers outside the design community.
Bringing Pantone’s color expertise, vision and design sense to the consumer, the Pantone Paint Collection by Valspar features 100 on-trend hues ranging from classic neutrals to the latest brights. Design-savvy customers can experiment with color in their home and rest easy with Pantone’s inspiring color palettes.
From cool neutrals to hot hues, take your paint cues from the world’s color authority.