WHEN Shaw Contract revisited its Dye Lab collection with newly curated colourways, colour Sandalwood was introduced to the collection. A native tree to India and Indonesia, sandalwood yields dyes ranging from pink and salmon to orange and brown shades.
Dye Lab tile draws inspiration from natural dyes and mimics the colour shifts rendered in naturally dyed textiles, creating an elegant and unpredictable visual. Dye Lab brings lush intimacy or expansive boldness to the spaces where we work, rest, collaborate and meet.
With colour Sandalwood, shades like rosewood, blush colours and greys work well in combination.
Using the colour orange in today’s commercial interiors, injects a feeling of energy: bright, positive, and exhilarating. Orange, like the colour yellow, is known as the colour of teamwork and is used in creative environments to raise feelings of positivity and stimulate mental activity.
This on-trend colour is represented in Shaw Contract’s new carpet tile collections Colour Construct, Living Systems and Auxiliary too, all made in the UK.
With Colour Construct, colours Tangerine and Orange are available in both shapes – Pixel Square (50x50cm) and Pixel Rectangle (25x100cm).
The Auxiliary carpet tile collection features a deep orange/pink option called Coral. Available in style Complement it provides for simple or intricate transition layouts when this style and colour is combined with Pebble/Coral in styles Detail and Feature from the Collection.
In the new Living Systems collection, colour Fragile Coral offers a stunning look with orange and grey tones combining in patterns that are organic, with an authentic biophilic representation inspired by and mimicking vegetation and the grainy or broken textures of rock.