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Video blog: Top color trends for 2016

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Video blog: Top color trends for 2016


By Karen Wetmore | PDR | September 8, 2016
Top color trends
Top color trends

Karen Wetmore, Lead Designer at PDR, talks about what’s trending with materials and colors in the workplace. With images and video from Chicago’s 2016 NeoCon, Karen shares her findings on the current direction of color in furnishing and workplace applications, including upholstery and metal finishing trends. Video Contributors: Heather Wright, Karen Wetmore, Marc Bellamy, Heather Van Ravenswaay, Marcia Hoang, Julie Fuex, Holly Haney. Designed by Visual Communications PDR.

 

 

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