|Paint Color Trends|
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Welcome to the Paint Color Trends section of the color trends website. In this area, we present resources that are relent to paint colors.
Paint Quality Institute : The Paint Quality Institute (PQI) was founded in 1989 in Philadelphia with the initial goal of educating consumers, contractors and retailers on the advantages of using the highest quality paints and coatings. Today, PQI also delivers information on cutting-edge trends such as color, decorative techniques, and innovative new ways to use paint. PQI’s recommendations are based on in-depth experience and practical findings generated by the Institute’s broad range of testing facilities located in 14 different sites worldwide. At these facilities, paint formulations are subjected to real-life conditions and their performance monitored over time. There are currently 30,000 panels and over 120,000 paints on exposure at their Spring House, PA facility alone, and more than a million paints have been evaluated at this site. Their research has shown that premium, top quality paints deliver the best durability, stain resistance and washability.
Valspar Paint Trend Colors : Embrace the poetry of nature with warm, gentle hues that calm the senses. Soft pastels harmonize your space, inviting the light and energy of the outdoors into every corner of your home. Be sure to try your color choices on the wall before you paint the whole room. They make it easy with Valspar® Paint Samples.
Pittsburg Paints : They believe that choosing color is a personal and collaborative experience. Their mission is: To provide color palettes that convey individual style and personality. To offer the most current color research and trends for their users to always have the best, most up-to-date information available.
Pratt & Lambert Paint Design : The color designers of Pratt & Lambert analyze societal and design trends, and translate those colors and ideas into categories for Pratt & Lambert. There are five major trends, and each have their own palette of colors to represent those trends.
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