Stretching back hundreds of years, the collection features the major design movements of Palladian and Neo-Classical, Regency, Arts & Crafts, Gothic Revival, Victorian Eclectic, Art Deco and post-war ’50’s Sketchbook’.
The collection enables specifiers to introduce shades that are personal to the design of a historic building.
A total of 120 colours are featured within eight carefully researched colour palettes. Whilst the shades are influenced by the past, the formulations benefit from modern technology to deliver a finish which aims to stand the test of time.
The Historic Colour Collection palette is available with a number of Crown Trade finishes, including the Crown Trade Clean Extreme Scrubbable Matt, Matt Vinyl, Silk Vinyl and Full Gloss.
A selection of shades will also be available in Crown Trade’s Timonox flame retardant coating.
Nikki Cosgrove, Crown Trade Brand Manager commented: Specifiers can have complete confidence in the authenticity and accuracy of these historical colour palettes and at the same time benefit from the very latest advances in coating technology.
Crown Trade Historic Colours are available in a wide range of Crown Trade products, so specifiers can capture the authenticity of the past, from a selection of quality coating designed for modern living.
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