If the arrival of 2022 has left you feeling a little lacking in design inspiration, you’ll be delighted to browse some of the impressive new colour palettes composed by Sikkens and their colleagues at AkzoNobel’s ‘Global Aesthetic Center’.
Research conducted by AkzoNobel’s ColourFutures™ team during 2021 identified a yearning for “open air” and “a connection to the great outdoors”.
Following this research, AkzoNobel’s colour specialists worked with an experienced team of international design experts to distinguish a colour that that would appeal to the contemporary zeitgeist.
As part of the AkzoNobel group of brands, Sikkens has translated this colour into an option for wood coatings, bringing what they believe is “a breath of fresh air to wood product manufacturers”. Plus, Bright Skies has been presented as part of a series of up-to-the-minute palettes. These supporting palettes are designed to provide buckets of inspiration to help you reimagine new and existing spaces with a fresh new appearance for 2022.
For more information about how to integrate Sikkens colour shades into your indoor or outdoor spaces, call us on +353 1 902 3555.
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“We interpret what’s happening in architectural color, soft-furnishings and fashion to create the overall look and feel of our wood finishes. With rising interest in biophilic design around the world, this year we’ve introduced more colours inspired by natural elements such as rattan, jute and stone.
[….] We want to inspire and empower our customers with creative opportunities for combining colours and trends, like formal designs and finishes ranging from flat to glossy. That’s how we make wood the perfect companion for our modern times.”
– Rob Haley, Color Trends Manager for AkzoNobel’s Industrial Coatings