Elizabeth Sutton X Janovic Five Exclusive Color Palettes
Award winning designer, artist and entrepreneur, Elizabeth Sutton has announced her official branded partnership with Janovic, the leading paint and décor provider in New York City since 1888.
The ‘Elizabeth Sutton x. Janovic’ collection curated by Sutton especially for Janovic, provides five distinct color palettes of Benjamin Moore paints using over 10 colors per palette and is inspired by Sutton’s different creative inspirations and experiences.
There are 5 pallettes, inspired by Elizabeth’s personal life: “Autumn Allure”, “Shades of Grey”, “Earth Wind and Fire”, “Head in the Clouds” and “New York Goes to the Eden Rock, St. Barth’s”. To read the inspo behind each pallete read sencere this blog post she wrote.
In addition to the specialty color palettes, Sutton wanted to bring her color combinations to life. The palettes will be in living color on the facades of four Janovic New York City locations including two large murals in Yorkville at 84th Street and 3rd Avenue, Hell’s Kitchen at 10th Avenue and 52nd Street, as well as vinyls in Chelsea at 11th Avenue and 22nd Street and Long Island City at Thomson Ave and 30th Place. The murals depict sprawling images of views of New York, hot air balloons, pops of roses, and more.
The Janovic partnership and palettes were a natural next step for Sutton, “Janovic is known as ‘the color authority of New York,’ and regardless of my medium – the foundation of all of my designs are infused by my love and use of color. I wanted to give my designer’s eye to Janovic customers, encouraging them to bring a splash of color to the special spaces in their homes, the way I do in my own,” she said. “We are excited for Janovic customers to try something new and explore the full potential of the Benjamin Moore paint selection at our locations. We labeled Elizabeth the, ‘Queen of Contemporary Color,’ which is undeniable in the curation of this collection and the gorgeous murals on our storefronts,” Co Owner and President, Rich Gaudino.