Pantone Pairs with Valspar on Paint Collection

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CARLSTADT, N.J.-Pantone is teaming up with Valspar Paint to create the Pantone Universe Paint Collection by Valspar. The collection will be available exclusively at Lowe's.

 

The collection features 100 on-trend hues ranging from classic neutrals to the latest brights and also includes recent Pantone Color of the Year selections, such as the 2013 Color of the Year, Pantone Emerald, and the 2012 selection, Pantone Tangerine Tango.

"We've long been recognized as a source of inspiration for designers, and now, with Valspar, we can provide consumers with the opportunity to infuse color in a simple, straightforward way in their homes," said Lisa Herbert, vice president of consumer licensing at Pantone. "The Pantone Universe Paint Collection offers consumers a chance to have access to the latest color trends in interior design and fashion and to bring those color inspirations to life."

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