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02 May PPG 2017-2018 Global Color Trends / Four Themes Four Stories

PPG 2017-2018 Global Color Trends of Four Themes / Four Stories were discussed and aligned during PPG team’s annual meeting, design teams deep dive through consumer insights, analytics, economic indicators, and more to arrive at a common understanding of our future.

Once the directives are clearly identified, the team aims to summarize the entirely of the work with a single word, sentiment, or topic that accurately conveys an overarching message. This year, that word is Pendulum.

Trends are quite similar to Pendulum in that they have a force behind their beginning. Trends move at a steady speed and they eventually slow to a point at which they stop before quickly embarking into another swing. A trend pendulum never swings back to the exact point.

Check the rest of the PPG’s Key Design Trends for Architecture, Consumer Products and Key Trends Drivers here.

PPG 2017-2018 Global Color Trends Four Themes Four Stories

 

PPG 2017-2018 Global Color Trends Four Themes Four Stories

PPG’s “Kulture” collection for 2020  Automotive Color Palette for Future Models Inspired by nature, interior and industrial design, fashion, society, international auto shows and new pigment technology can be seen here.

 

PPG 2017-2018 Global Color Trends Four Themes Four Stories

 

PPG 2017-2018 Global Color Trends Four Themes Four Stories

Global Color Trends by Region

North America

  • In North America, white remains most popular (23 percent), followed by black (19 percent), gray (17 percent), silver (15 percent), red (10 percent) and blue (8 percent).

South America

  • In South America, white leads in popularity (36 percent), followed by silver (31 percent), black (11 percent), gray and red (tied at 9 percent each), and blue (2.5 percent).

Europe

  • In Europe, white remains most popular (31 percent), followed by black (18 percent), gray (16 percent), silver (12 percent) and blue (9 percent).

Asia Pacific

  • In Asia Pacific markets, white remains most popular (44 percent), followed by black (16 percent), natural and silver (tied at 10 percent each), and gray (7 percent).

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25 Apr Straw Marquetry

Images from Alexander Lamont Straw marquetry is an ancient craft made famous during the Art Deco period when it was first used on walls and furniture by famous decorators using mainly rye straw that have been washed clean and dyed, the straws are split and scraped...

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