PANTONE FHI Color Specifier
The Fashion, Home + Interiors (FHI) Color Specifier is a desktop reference with removable chips for palette development. The Color Specifier features removable paper chips of all 2,625 FHI Colors. Ideal for designers to communicate color with clients and suppliers, both on the go and in the office. Six tear-out chips per color, seven colors on each page. Replacement pages are available in case you run out of certain colors.
Both books are in the TPG (Textile Paper-Green) format. 315 New Colors were added in March 2020.
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PANTONE Color Specifier features six tear-out chips of each Pantone color – ideal for palette development and presentations. Chips attach to sketches and design files for accurate color communication and quality assurance at every stage of product development.
Ideal design set for non-fabric materials used to create products for home furnishings, fashion accessories, cosmetics and industrial design
- All 2625 Pantone Fashion Home + Interiors colors
- Specifier books feature six perforated chips of each color for palette development, color communication, and attaching to design sketches
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 with environmentally friendlier pigments)
- TPX = TEXTILE PAPER, EXTENDED RANGE (launched in 2003, no longer in production and outdated)
- 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 with new colors added in 2020. The 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The letter X at the end tells it is a colour from the EXTENDED RANGE system, updated in 2003 and no longer valid or in production.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 as quickly as possible.