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#Color, please

Colorful is more creative


PERLON RIPS, Color 401

Black, gray, anthracite, possibly also white and silver – these are the classic shades of furnishings in public and commercial buildings.

They are, after all, timeless and adaptable. In the long run, however, they can become a bit monotonous. The better alternative: Bring color into the room.

Red, grass green, violet or sunny yellow – without colorful accents, splashes and dabs, the world would be pretty dull. That's why our designs rely on a variety of color charts and systems, trendy colors, and yes, even blacks and grays. As a contrast. Because it makes the colors come out better.

Colors make
  an impression


HAPTURA, Color 472

Everyone perceives colors differently.

Of course, a yellow is still a yellow – but it is perceived differently and triggers individual feelings and associations. Socio-culturally shaped and based on personal experience. Therefore, a color tone evokes more than just a certain reaction. Nevertheless, there are numerous aspects to color theory. For example, the psychological effect of cold (blue, green) and warm (red, orange) colors can actually affect how we perceive temperature variations. The fact is: No matter what color, it has an effect on us and our psyche. Whether we like it or not.

This is also the reason why the use of color is purposeful: the creation of feelings, moods and atmospheres. Especially in advertising. But the use of color is also a benefit in interior design. Individually or in combination. For example, as a light-dark contrast or as a colorful eye-catcher. Whatever the intention and whatever the effect – one thing is certain:

When you use color with a system, the result is actually always beautiful.

Rooms with a system


TEXRA® SERART, Color 100

Bold colors direct the focus and give meaning to the rooms.

They provide intuitive orientation and guidance for delineating, classifying, and identifying. They offer the ability to respond flexibly to user needs, especially in interior design. To create specific zones and to subtly or clearly draw attention to functional differences.

So that rooms can be individually designed from top to bottom, our textile floor coverings are not only available in black and gray, but also in a variety of colors – monochrome, multi-colored or patterned. We are inspired by their design, which ensures that they are harmonious in themselves and have a similar effect in the room. From standard colors such as RAL and Pantone – for example in our VITURA RUGs – or from Le Corbusier’s Architectural Polychromy.

We are also the only carpet manufacturer with exclusive rights to this color system. Architects, interior architects and designers now have access to all 63 colors of Architectural Polychromy for textile floor covering with the PERLON RIPS LCS special collection of our design classic.

Impressive design


AERA, Color 302

You wouldn't think so, but people look down much more often than they look up.

It is not surprising then that the color of the carpet is going to affect the room. And also to us. It will look different depending on whether strong, darker or lighter, airy-powdery colors are used. Underlines or weakens architectural form, material character and socio-cultural significance.

However, no matter whether it’s trendy colors or timeless tones, reduced colors or full-blown polychromy: In addition to functional requirements, it always makes sense to consider the impact of color.

How great it is that we have such a wide range of collections for creating individually tailored designs.