Pantone Introduces Paint Line for Crafters

CARLSTADT, N.J.-Pantone and Synta Inc., a manufacturer of architectural and craft paint, have collaborated on a new collection of grab-and-go paints called MyColor inspired by Pantone.

My Color inspired by Pantone is available in 49 Pantone colors in 35-ounce, premixed containers. An ultra-low VOC paint, MyColor inspired by Pantone is odor free and provides an eggshell finish that is both durable and washable. The paints will retail for $9.98 at over 200 select Lowe's stores, or on Pantone's and Lowe's websites for $14.97, including shipping.

"MyColor inspired by Pantone lets designers and do-it-yourselfers add character and definition to any household object with 49 invigorating hues, perfect for making a big statement with smaller interior design projects," said Lisa Herbert, vice president of consumer licensing at Pantone.

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