CROWN LAUNCHES NEW COLOUR COLLECTION
Crown Paints has launched its Colour Insights for 2024/2025, inspired, say the company, by trends spanning lifestyle, fashion, and the environment.
The collection is comprised of four palettes: Community, Solutions, Pivot, and Escape.
Each palette has been designed to assist decorators discuss colour with customers, combining different shades to provide distinct colour schemes that will and aid colour selection.
Crown’s 2024/2025 Colour Insights are:
The Community palette is described as “all about using colour to create joyful, invigorating spaces that bring people together”.
The palette includes an almost primary red, yellow, and green, as well as hot pink for bold accents. Combined with more gentle pink and blue pastel shades and a soft warm grey to provide balance and contrast.
The palette brings a broad cross section of both bold and soft tones, inspired by the accidental colour palettes often found in recycled materials.
Warm terracotta is paired with desaturated blues, greens and neutrals, alongside small accents of brighter blue and green shades, inspired by sea and river glass.
Intended to create a comforting environment, the Pivot collection is a well-balanced palette blending calming, earthy tones such as tans and warm neutrals, with blue-greys and complements hand-crafted, salvaged, and reupholstered home furnishings.
Candy colours such as mint green and warm yellow contrast with sugary pink tones in the Escape palette.
Justyna Korczynska, Senior Designer at Crown Paints and Colour Insights panellist, said: “At Crown, we understand how powerful and transformative colour can be, and how important it is for decorators to be able to give their customers helpful colour advice.
“We’ve spent countless hours over the past 12 months, drawing from our collective experience as consultants, designers and specialists, to develop this collection, designed to support decorators in their colour conversations.
“We’re so proud of the collection we’re unveiling today and hope it’s another valuable tool, alongside our colour cards and fan decks.”