Colour your design – in infinite ways
PANDOMO® offers an excellent selection of colours. Best of all, each shade can be individually modified. The five colour schemes – Gentle, Natural, Pure, Cheery and Accent – offer the perfect starting point for your interior design. Initially created especially for PANDOMO® by Johannes Klinger, the five palettes bring together classic shades, earthy notes and trends to provide an invaluable guide to colour selection.
Pastel surfaces bring an air of clarity to a room and have a stimulating effect on our mood. Potential applications: Thanks to its versatility, this palette lends itself to both public and private spaces with a modern, elegant character and is appropriate in a wide range of contexts. These discreet colours are suitable for large areas. Style: Contemporary. Associations: Vigour, practicality.
The earthy tones of the Natural palette create a sense of security. Often these hues produce the effect of soft, diffused daylight in a room. Potential applications: Appropriate in a wide range of contexts, notably in private spaces or upscale country-style restaurants. Style: Country house. Associations: Timelessness, tranquil sanctuary.
Muted grey tones are reminiscent of shades familiar to us from nature. They convey authenticity and offset shapes, structures as well as other colours to eye-catching effect. Potential applications: Contemporary buildings, lofts, minimalist décor, new modernism, designer living. Style: Loft, minimalism. Associations: Pared down, elegantly restrained.
These shades are imbued with joie de vivre. Potential applications: Colour accents for cheerful living areas, inspiring work spaces, nursery schools, hospitals, spas and limited areas. Style: Mediterranean. Associations: Sociable, friendly.
Bold hues stir the human imagination. Saturated colours have the power to energise and excite. Potential applications: Accents for urban scenarios, adding a fresh, modern touch in large spaces. Style: Urban. Associations: Confident, image-conscious, media-inspired.
„The large spectrum of colours that can easily be blended with one another takes its cue from contemporary trends in art and culture. As a result, the palettes lend themselves to a wide range of potential looks. The five different colour schemes correspond to the most influential stylistic directions currently in interior design. These palettes are often a source of inspiration for creating new, personalised colours.“
Johannes Klinger, artist, master church painter and interior designer