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Neutral
Revelation

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Carrara White

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#E676

Simply Grey

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#E677

Stromboli

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#E678

Meteorite

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#E679

Taupe

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#E680

Alpaca Grey

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#E681

Tobacco

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#E682

Sandstone

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#E683

Greige

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#E684

Linen

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Red
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Cameo Pink

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#E686

Coral Velvet

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#E687

Nude

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#E688

Old Cognac

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#E689

Royal Grape

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#E690

New Blush

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#E691

Victorian Rose

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#E692

Bouquet

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#E693

Interlude

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#E694

Burgundy

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Blue
Revelation

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Nuages

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#E696

Into the Blue

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#E697

Mare Nostrum

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#E698

Twilight

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#E699

Abyss Blue

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#E700

Seascape

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#E701

Bleu Canard

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#E702

Petrol Blue

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#E703

Sea Clay

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#E704

Blue Mountains

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Green
Revelation

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Caribbean

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#E706

Verdigris

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#E707

Sumptuous Green

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#E708

Celadon

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#E709

Lichen

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#E710

Taiga

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#E711

Khaki Vert

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#E712

Vert Chartreuse

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Petrichor

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Mustard

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Carrara White

The natural elegance of the famous Carrara marble inspires this refined, slightly greyish white.

#E676

Simply Grey

Simply neutral… that’s how it is! A medium grey, with the touch of sophistication that is ideal to balance out the decor.
#E677

Stromboli

It’s called Stromboli and it’s a warm, slightly purplish grey, inspired by the rock from the Italian volcano of the same name.
#E678

Meteorite

A smoky, burnt grey. A subtle meteorite shade that emerges in the home unexpectedly, in an avant-garde style.
#E679

Taupe

An unconditional presence in fashion and decoration, Taupe is a colour between brown and grey. The word derives from the French which means «mole».
#E680

Alpaca Grey

Alpaca, a wonderful wool in 22 natural colours… our favourite is the light grey that inspired this shade that will dress the home in a natural, refined fashion.

#E681

Tobacco

This smoky brown with a golden touch evokes atmospheres and fragrances that lend dignity to any surface to which it is applied.

#E682

Sandstone

The beauty of the nuances and texture of sandstone, a sedimentary rock composed of minerals, gives this medium, natural, highly comforting and contemporary tone its name.
#E683

Greige

The ideal proportion for a neutral, timeless balance. A blend between grey and beige, perhaps influenced by the French word «grège» which means «raw silk».

#E684

Linen

Linen, an age-old fabric that brings to mind decorative notes over generations… a creamy, slightly yellowish white that evokes sensations of luminosity, coolness and well-being.

#E685

Cameo Pink

The cameo is back… and it’s never been as topical! Chic, irresistible and feminine!

#E686

Coral Velvet

Neither completely pink nor just orange… this special coral hue has a lavish touch and the elegance of velvet.

#E687

Nude

A perfect skin tone that makes you feel like touching it at first sight.

#E688

Old Cognac

This colour suggests cosy surroundings and evokes the aromatic notes of an exceptional aged Cognac.

#E689

Royal Grape

The grace and glamour of a royal grape on your walls… a reddish dark brown, which is a must-have for classy, tasteful spaces.

#E690

New Blush

A pastel, ultra-light blush, with a special pink and orangey touch. Today’s trendiest colour… to be applied without hesitation in every nook and cranny of the home.

#E691

Victorian Rose

Undeniably British, this pink combines perfectly with the character of 5 o’clock tea in any spot where it is applied.

#E692

Bouquet

This colour has a surprising, thrilling effect, like a bouquet of roses blooming splendiferously in the heart of the home.

#E693

Interlude

This delightful colour, with nuances of summer fruit, is above all an interlude, a brief chromatic moment that can make all the difference in the decor.

#E694

Burgundy

An opulent, modern shade of wine, inspired by the typical brownish dark red of the French wine of the same name.

#E706

Verdigris

The name given to the historic bluish-green pigment resulting from the oxidation of copper. Today, this shade combines with current trends to reveal the most elegant colour of the year.

#E695

Nuages

This is a cloud blue for dreamers… a poetry-laden colour taking shape in the sky of your imagination! It is neutral and essentially timeless, and it suits any space.

#E696

Into the Blue

This is that blue of the immense sky that takes us further away, into the infinite… limitless, it’s the blue of the sea, of peace and air. Breathe deeply…

#E697

Mare Nostrum

A Latin expression which, through this colour, conveys the history, colour and heritage of a sea that belongs to us all. A unique blue, the colour of the Mediterranean.

#E698

Twilight

A violet-like tone inspired by one of the shades the sky takes on at the special hour of dusk… in the transition from the light of day to twilight. Magical!

#E699

Abyss Blue

A dark, almost black blue, as if dredged from the abyss, the mysterious depths of the sea… it represents refinement and elegance in their purest state.

#E700

Seascape

A chromatic depiction of blue that no-one tires of admiring and that moves everyone… the blue of the sea and the seascape.

#E701

Bleu Canard

From the French for teal. A trendy, historical colour in the fashion lexicon, halfway between blue and green, originating in the typical colour of the feathers of certain ducks.

#E702

Petrol Blue

This is our petrol blue! Rich, deep and dark, permanently shifting between blue and green. Magically undefinable.

#E703

Sea Clay

A natural colour, inspired by sea clay, thousands of years old. A greenish-grey tone that fills up space in a balanced way.

#E704

Blue Mountains

Inspired by the diffuse and subtle greyish-blue of the Australian mountain landscape, listed by Unesco as World Heritage, this blue leaves its mark on every space.

#E705

Caribbean

A cool, aquatic and tropical-like medium green that evokes the Caribbean Sea and its idyllic scenery… Embark on this journey.

#E706

Verdigris

The name given to the historic bluish-green pigment resulting from the oxidation of copper. Today, this shade combines with current trends to reveal the most elegant colour of the year.

#E707

Sumptuous Green

A sumptuous green with precious emerald nuances that carries us through exuberant forests… that’s what this rich, noble and deep hue is like.

#E708

Celadon

Delicate and sophisticated, celadon is inspired by the greyish light green nuances typical of the Chinese porcelain of the same name.

#E709

Lichen

An organism formed by a fungus and an alga, lichen green is also the name of a colour used in decoration and fashion to mean greyish light green tones.

#E710

Taiga

This dark spruce green is inspired by the ambiance of the great northern coniferous forests. An appeal to our jungle senses which awaken indescribable natural instincts.

#E711

Khaki Vert

The word derives from the Persian «khak» which means dust or the colour of earth. Used by armies as camouflage, this greenish khaki is today a must-have colour in fashion.

#E712

Vert Chartreuse

This yellowish green is inspired by «Chartreuse», a French liqueur whose making remains a secret. Its recipe is reputed to comprise 130 herbs, including lemon balm, marjoram, lavender, sage, thyme…

#E713

Petrichor

Petrichor is a golden earthy shade inspired by the English word that defines the subtle aroma of the first rains, after a long spell of warm, dry weather.

#E714

Mustard

A colour used mainly in fashion and decoration. A shady yellow which, applied in the right proportion, turns out to be a daring, elegant solution for the decor.

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