Colour for Carpet

Colour for  Carpets The original version of the Chromatone Atlas which comprises a total of 1080 colours. These are presented in 24 solid triangular cases with lids each one holding 45 colour graduations per hue. The collection comes complete with a Neutral Strip of 11 black – white colours, a palette to be used for colour selection, testing sleeves plus a pair of gloves to avoid soiling of the poms. However the acrylic shelf featured on the image has been discontinued due to extensive damage during transit This Traditional Atlas is ideal if colours are to be used in one location such as a design studio and it is packaged into a strong outer case. The Portable Atlas has the same 1080 colours packaged into 6 trays with each tray holding 4 Chromatone triangles of 45 poms. This enables the full spectrum of colour to be viewed at a glance and allows instant colour selection. With the colours packaged into a lightweight yet durable carry this case this ensures the complete collection can be easily transported to different locations. With fewer ancilliary components this reflects the competitive price of the Portable...

News from Chromatone

Agreement with Nedgraphics Inc. Chromatone have established an agreement with Nedgraphics Inc. who can provide a digital design program which incorporates the Chromatone Colour Reference System. This program will enable the design of a carpet or rug to be linked to the stock supported Chromatone colour bank of over 2150 individual shades. The completed coloured design can then be instantly communicated to the intended end user. For further information please contact the Chromatone head office in the UK or: Bernd Mielke Vice President R&D NedGraphics | Software for Textile & Fashion T + 32 56 78 28 00 | M + 32 4 78 78 28 14 bernd.mielke@nedgraphics.com www.nedgraphics.com Here you can create the content that will be used within the...

How Chromatone Works

Colour-Selector How Chromatone’s Unique carpet colour coding system works (please wait a few seconds for main illustration to load) CHROMATONE colours are coded by six digit numbers. e.g. 32 70 50 32 70 50 The first two digit number represents the hue selected from the chromatic circle. e.g. 32 70 50 32 70 50 The second two digit number, identified by the vertical dotted lines from the base of the triangle, represents the relative lightness/darkness of the colour. The higher the number, the lighter the carpet colour. 32 70 50 The third two digit number, identified by the diagonal dotted lines from the R.H.S. of the triangle represents the chromatic intensity of the colour. The higher the number. the more saturated the colour. Colour-Selector...