Inspired by nature: Robert Allen’s Landscape Color

Robert Allen launched the Landscape Color, a collection inspired by the environment, including such elements as raw wood and rocky crags. To develop Landscape Color, Robert Allen utilized 30 different mills.

The collection’s palette includes “Mica”, which uses gray-blue hue; “Sandstone”; “Glacier”, which is a soft shade of white; and “Driftwood”. These colors are complemented by various patterns.

Patterns include: Acoustic Wave, which features a tone-on-tone ikat stripe design and is available in three colorways; Aloof, which displays an abstract bamboo overlay and is available in two colorways; Apriori, which is a riff on a botanical, overlaying two designs to create a floral pattern on a solid background, and is available in three colorways; Convection, which mimics the concentric design of agate, and is available in four colorways; Flashy, which has a textured, snake skin design, and is available in four colorways; and Lush Wave, which gives the effect of a large-scale marble rock, and is available in three colorways.

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