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21st Aug 2022

Architect Africa Online

Africa's Leading Architecture Aggregator

Duram’s Habitat Colour Collection – 90 inspired paint colours

The Habitat Colour Collection includes colours ranging from subtle earthbound neutrals to dark inky hues, all evoking the landscapes, flora and fauna of South Africa.

Duram’s new Habitat Colour Collection offers a sophisticated and contemporary palette featuring beautifully balanced and harmonious tones. The Habitat Colour Collection consists of 90 paint colours, ranging from subtle earthbound neutrals to dark inky hues, all evoking the landscapes and unique flora and fauna our country has to offer.

The company says it is seeing a trend towards warm colours. To best explore this trend, they suggest trying Otter Trail, Little Karoo and Darling White from their Habitat Colour Collection for a warm neutral colour palette with earthy undertones. Or, for a contemporary grey colour palette, they suggest trying Coastal Spray, Heron’s Crest, and Kalk Bay from Duram’s Habitat Colour Collection.

Striking colours, perfectly suited to accent walls, might include Black Mussel, Milkwood Tree, Kingfisher Splash or Fire Finch.

Each colour is available for purchase in a convenient and affordable 90ml low-sheen colour sample, which is factory tinted for improved colour accuracy. Paint a test patch and see how the colour subtly adapts to the changing light throughout the day, because it is important, particularly when selecting neutrals, to see how the colour is rendered as the light changes from day to night. Duram experts suggest testing them on different walls and in every room.

Duram’s richly pigmented paints are available for interiors and exteriors – walls, ceilings, trims or accents – and for any style, providing exceptional depth of colour, luxurious finishes and unbeatable value. The Habitat Colour Collection is available at select hardware stores

SOURCE: First Published on Leading Architecture & Design


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