Crown Trade has published a new guide providing specifiers with a display of authentic shades from its Historic Colours and Classic collections.
The new colour card features a total of 120 shades from the Crown Trade Historic Colours Collection. The shades are influenced by eight distinctive architectural and design styles: Palladian and Neo-Classical, Regency, Arts & Crafts, Gothic Revival, Victorian Eclectic, Art Deco and post-war ’50’s Sketchbook.
The 14 page guide also features a selection of 30 shades from the Classic Collection. The range features a mix of classic neutral colours, hand-picked from an extensive range of palettes.
The publication intends to help specifiers understand more about the context and influence of the colours, blending together additional content including photography and an insight into the history and background to each of the colour palettes.
The Crown Trade Historic Colours and Classic collections are available in a wide-range of Crown Trade products, including Clean Extreme, Matt Vinyl, Silk Vinyl, Mid Sheen, Satin Finish, Eggshell, Acrylic Eggshell and Full Gloss.
A selection of shades are also available in Crown Trade’s flame retardant coating, Timonox.
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