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Sonos One will be available in red, yellow, and green this September

The Sonos One is already a good-looking speaker, but it'll soon get a welcome jolt of color thanks to a new partnership (opens in new tab) with Danish design brand HAY.

This coming September, Sonos will launch the HAY Sonos One Limited Edition Collection with new red, yellow, and green models. The colors were taken directly from HAY's 2018 design palette, and although they won't be available to purchase, HAY will also be showing off the Sonos One in pink and gray during the Milan for Design Week.

Commenting on the Sonos One's new looks, HAY's Co-Founder and Creative Director, Mette Hay, says –

Color is one of the most important tools in the design process, and it was very important we didn't just create a color scale that looked beautiful. Colors can hide completely and disappear or provide contrast.

Unfortunately, you won't be able to purchase the pink Sonos One in this picture.

Unfortunately, you won't be able to purchase the pink Sonos One in this picture.

If you're interested in picking up one a HAY Sonos One for yourself, they'll be available at Sonos's website, flagship stores in New York City, London, and Berlin, and the HAY House in Copenhagen. Pricing is set at $229, making it $30 more expensive than the regular Sonos One.

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Joe Maring was a Senior Editor for Android Central between 2017 and 2021. You can reach him on Twitter at @JoeMaring1.

  • For an extra £30 for these colours, I'd take the black. Do they support Goo-Ass yet?
  • Is saying "Goo-Ass" a thing now? Can't wait for this term to show up in an article haha.
  • I'm trying to make it a thing, help me out... Much more stupid things have caught on...
  • You have to be joking. $30 more just for color. I own several Sonos speakers but this is just stupid.
  • That isn't yellow. That's "1970's budget action figure plastic that's been left in the sun too long".
    The mossy green is okay, but I do wish it were a lot more vibrant.
    And I don't know how I feel about that almost (PRODUCT)red Sonos. If this is the best a (holy crap) *dedicated design firm* can come up with... maybe they should just close up shop now and leave design to the professionals.