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The PANTONE FASHION HOME + Interiors is now divided into two guides for ease of use. Ideal for non-fabric materials, Color Guide has been redesigned for the ultimate in color selection and control. 2310 colors are now arranged in complete chromatic flow that enhances inspiration and speeds production.
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Portable fan deck of all 2,100 colors is perfect for sample shopping, client meetings, and on-site reviews. The essential color tools that are always available at your fingertips.
- Color-on-paper fan deck contains 2,310 colors (includes 210 new colors launched in 2016)
- Each color is numerically referenced and named for quick color decisions
- Portable design tool is perfect for sample shopping, client or vendor meetings, and on-site reviews.
- Includes Color Manager Software download enabling digital design with all PANTONE Color libraries
Use this product in these industries: hard home, ceramics, textiles, apparel, paint, cosmetics, fashion accessories and leather goods.
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What do the suffixes TPG, TPX, TCX in the Pantone Fashion Home + Interiors -color system mean?
TPG/TPX and TCX - suffix simply tells you whether it is a color produced on paper or cotton.
- TPG = TEXTILE PAPER GREEN (launched in 2015)
- TPX = TEXTILE PAPER, EXTENDED RANGE (launched in 2003, no longer in production)
- TCX = TEXTILE COTTON
Is there a difference in the Pantone textile system colors between the codes TP and TPG/TPX?
Yes, there are differences between the colour systems. The letter G (=GREEN) at the end tells it is a colour from the latest system, updated in 2015. The new TPG suffix indicates more eco-friendly formulations.
The letter X at the end tells it is a colour from the EXTENDED RANGE system, updated in 2003 and no longer valid or in production.
If you are still using the TP or TPX system, you should update to TPG.