Fashion, Home + Interiors Color Specifier

R19,780.00

315 New Colors just added!

The Fashion, Home + Interiors (FHI) Color Specifier is a desktop reference with removable chips for palette development. The Color Specifier features removable paper chips of all 2,625 FHI Colors.

SKU: FHIP210A Categories: ,

Description

Ideal for designers to communicate color with clients and suppliers, both on the go and in the office.
• Access all 2,625 Pantone Fashion, Home + Interiors System Colors as a lacquer coating on paper for hard home goods (Textile Paper – Green, or TPG format)
• Pantone’s TPG Colors correspond to our Textile Cotton System (TCX) so you can coordinate colors for textiles, paints, and coated surfaces like leather or metal
• Color Specifier features replaceable, perforated paper chips and two Paper Chip Savers for storing loose chips

Format:
• Color Specifier displays seven Pantone Colors per page, with six tear-away 5/8” x 5/8” chips per color
• Color Specifier binders are ring-bound to accommodate Replacement Chip Pages when colors run out (sold separately)
• The TPG (Textile Paper – Green) suffix indicates a lead- and chromium-free formulation of our TPX lacquer coatings, for a safer, environmentally friendly product
• Lead- and chromium-free lacquer formulation

Color:
• Features 2,625 FHI Colors, including the latest 315 market-driven, trend-relevant colors
• All FHI TPG Colors for hard surfaces match back to our FHI Textile Cotton System Colors for textiles and soft goods
• Improved chromatic layout organizes all 2,625 FHI colors by color family
• FHI Specifier Chips display colors with their corresponding number
• Removable chip format has three-sided color bleed, most ideal when evaluating color

Application:
• Use for hard home, ceramics, textiles, apparel, paint, cosmetics, fashion accessories, and leather goods
• Use for color inspiration and sharing colors, building palettes and mood boards, and specification, evaluation, and production at the office, lab, or on the go
• Visualize color on both hard and soft surfaces, enabling a versatile design process