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Anzea picks Pantone 'Radiant Orchid' for upholstery range
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Jan '14
PANTONE’s “Color of the Year,” Radiant Orchid, is a beautiful color that lends itself well to many design and decorating uses and applications.
 
The multifunctional shade, from its brightest tones to the less saturated end of the spectrum, lends itself well to the healthcare and hospitality markets. While the brightest tones of Radiant Orchid could be too saturated for some places, lighter versions of the shade are refreshing and fashion-forward.
 
Anzea Textiles has several upholstery fabrics that range from the exact PANTONE hue of Radiant Orchid to the lighter shades of the color. The Anzea upholstery textiles featured in the image are of various versions of Radiant Orchid.
 
At first glance, Radiant Orchid may seem challenging to incorporate into designs. But, when the color is expertly used, any shade of Radiant Orchid can add depth and balance to a space.
 
Anzea remains on the cutting edge of color trends as a chair holder at Color Marketing Group for over 20 years. The chair position includes leading design workshops in color forecasting at CMG events held throughout the year. During CMG events, global and market specific trends, are identified and evaluated.
 
About Anzea: 
Anzea was founded in 1990 by creative director Mitzi Mills and business partner Bruce Doeren. Since the company’s inception, Anzea has focused on contract upholstery textiles offering the marketplace the option of leading edge colors, bold designs, and high performance. These designs are reflective of Mills graphic design background, love of photography and travel.
 
The Anzea contract textile collection is a spirited mix of materials from luxurious natural fibers to recycled polyester yarns. Bleach cleanable, solution dyed fabrics and vinyl upholstery form a cohesive high performance bond with the green faux leathers in nylon matrix and polyurethane.
 

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