MARIETTA, Ga.— Answering the call of the A+D community, the Mohawk Group introduces ColorSpace, a new line of vibrant fiber colorways that offers a customizable palette of more than 218 color choices.
Carefully researched and hand-picked by the Mohawk Group to reflect current trends, these hues feature style standards to provide designers the freedom and ease-of-use required to capture the intended mood of their space, including:
- Pure, clean and enduring tones without muddy hues or a pink or yellow cast
- Practical, versatile colors that incorporate cues from everyday life so designers can easily integrate them within any space
- Timeless hues ranging from neutrals to bright accents that are designed to be classic, not trendy.
“At the Mohawk Group, we believe interior design should be as limitless as your imagination,” says Jackie Dettmar, vice president of commercial product development and design, Mohawk Group.
Beyond offering a comprehensive range of color options with ColorSpace, the Mohawk Group will also be providing RGB, CMYK and Pantone Textile color equivalents for all of ColorSpace’s solid colors.
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Currently featured in the Mohawk Group’s new and classic carpet collections, ColorSpace is available in the Company’s ColorStrand® fiber technology, which features high resiliency to prevent crushing or fading, and Duracolor®, a durable fiber system that delivers impressive colorfastness and built-in stain resistance. ColorSpace offerings are also solution-dyed to ensure colors maintain their vibrancy over time.
“Whether by researching macro trends, participating in trend forecasts and design councils, or exploring cultural fashion, the Mohawk Group prides itself on identifying flooring trends, such as color, and translating them into useable, beautiful solutions to meet the current and future needs of end-users,” says Dettmar. “ColorSpace is one more way we are raising the bar in the design world to ensure fashion-forward carpet becomes the standard—not the exception.”