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New Color Collection from Fusion!

Exciting news! Fusion released 11 new colors! This is a collection of whimsical colors inspired by everyday items, and features on-trend colors: neutrals, grays, greens and blues and a new pink!

Here is the new color card. We will have them in stock as soon as they are made available to us!

Fusion Color Card - including new Color Collection!

And here is a quick color block chart of the new colors:

Lets take a quick look at the new colors!

Bellwood

A timeless green with a lush feel. This versatile sage-inspired shade works beautifully with both classic and modern decor.  

Pair with:

Plaster for a classic feel

Cathedral Taupe for a warm, earthy look

The soft sage colour really shows itself when compared to the neutral grey of Little Lamb on the left and Lichen on the right. A perfectly soft and sophisticated sage green, Bellwood will beautifully enhance your space.


Blue Pine  

This versatile blue-green has a grey tint, making it the perfect choice to make a bold statement on its own or as a neutral foundation within any room.

Pair with:

Victorian Lace for a warm, relaxed look

Fort York Red for a pop of contrast  

When compared to our other blues, it’s softer and more muted. Looking at our Champness a pure blue tone on the left, it’s darker and more grey. When compared to Homestead Blue on the right, it’s lighter and less intense, really showing off it’s gray tone while still offering depth.


Cashmere

Wrap up in the warmth of this luxurious neutral. Soft and elegant, this shade offers a slight cream undertone.  

Pair with:

Paisley for an unexpected sense of playfulness

Damask for a luxe look

When compared to our other neutral off whites,  

Directly compared to our Lamp white on the left you can really see the cream undertone, however when compared to Champlain on the right, it’s much more subdued and soft, leaning more towards a neutral slightly grey undertone. This gorgeous neutral is bound to be a pillar colour in your home decor.


Chateau

A grounding neutral inspired by enchanting castle walls. This shade reflects light beautifully and creates an instant feeling of cozy sophistication.  

Pair with:

Blue Pine for a feeling of whimsy

Algonquin for a warm, natural palette

Chateau is a warm neutral grey when compared to our cool tone Lamp white on the left. It shows it neutrality and lightness when compared with Cathedral Taupe on the right   Chateau, as beautiful as it sounds.


Cobblestone

This warm grey is inspired by winding cobblestone roads€“ equal parts romantic and sophisticated.

Pair with:

Bedford for a truly traditional look

Homestead Blue to bring a laid back vibe  

This neutral really shows its warmth when compared with our Sterling colour on the Left a pure cool toned grey.  

When compared with our creamy neutral, Champlain on the right Cobblestone looks like the perfect warm neutral.


Eucalyptus

A muted green with undertones of grey, this shade is calming and serene.  

Pair with:

Raw Silk for a calm, serene space

Lamp White for a perfect neutral pairing with depth

This colour plays on the blue tones of the natural eucalyptus plant. We can really see this when compared to Bedford on the left, Lichen on the right.


Hazelwood

This deep grey feels both warm and grounding. Use it to create dimension as an accent or to make a dramatic statement.

Pair with:

Cashmere for a neutral look

Rose Water for a feminine flair  

This rich deep warm tone really shows its colour when compared to our cool toned Soap Stone on the left and its depth when compared to Little Lamb on the Right. Hazelwood is bound to be a your go to deep neutral in your home decor for a sophisticated, yet soft rich look and feel.


Mist

Playful and charming, this periwinkle brings a cheerful pop of colour to any room.

Pair with:

Casement for a refined yet effortless look

Lamp White for added sophistication

Mist is unlike any other colour in our range. Fun, pure and inspiring. This light periwinkle really shows it’s purple undertone when compared to our soft light blue Little Whale on the left, and shows its pure vibrancy when compared to our Casement white on the right.   Mist is bound to make a statement in your home.


Paisley

An ode to our heritage. Inspired by the rivers edge that runs through the beautiful town of Paisley, Scotland; this multitone blue evokes a whimsical feeling.

Pair with:

Little Whale for a neutral tone-on-tone backdrop

Rose Water for a charming twist  

This truly inspiring blue reveals its softness when compared to our more pure and bright Champness on the left. When paired next to a neutral grey on the Right, known as Pebble its shows its cool tone and its depth of colour. Paisley, A beautiful and inspiring shade of blue.


Rose Water

A neutral pink inspired by the droplets from steeped rose petals. Delicate and modern, this shade is stylish in any space.

Pair with:

Cobblestone for a timeless feel

Victorian Lace for a purely glamorous look

Rose Water really is unique, unlike our other two pinks in our range you can see when compared with our light pink Peony on the left, it takes on a completely different tone, with a softer almost blush pink, whereas when compared to Damask on the right, it’s a lighter and purer looking, A gorgeous sophisticated pink.


Victorian Lace

Romantic in every way, this multitone white is perfectly balanced between warm and cool. This shade is inspired by the intricate details of its namesake.

Pair with:

Little Lamb for a chic tone-on-tone look

Inglenook for added depth

You’ve found the perfect neutral with Victorian Lace. This beautiful off white lends more to the cool side, while still maintaining a crisper white tone. The purity of this colour shows when compared with Lamp White on the left and Raw Silk on the right . Victorian Lace is the perfect neutral tone off white staple  for your home decor.

I hope that gives you some ideas for future projects!

Pre-orders begin today, with product beginning to ship July 16, 2021. Regular stock should be available and shipping at the end of July.

-Mike