Trends 2017

Green Revelation

With its innate, exuberant vigour, the natural devours the fake to reclaim what is original and authentic.
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Caribbean

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Verdigris

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Sumptuous Green

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Celadon

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Lichen

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Taiga

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Khaki Vert

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Vert Chartreuse

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Petrichor

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Caribbean

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

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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.

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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.

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Celadon

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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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…

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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.

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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.

Celadon #E708
Lichen #E709
Petrichor #E713
Verdigris #E706
Mustard #E714
Taiga #E710
Vert Chartreuse #E712
Caribbean #E705
Sumptuous Green #E707
Khaki Vert #E711
Caribbean #E705
Verdigris #E706
Sumptuous Green #E707
Celadon #E708
Lichen #E709
Taiga #E710
Khaki Vert #E711
Vert Chartreuse #E712
Petrichor #E713
Mustard #E714
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#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.

Neutral Revelation

Colours, materials and textures that convey purity in the quest for balance and serenity.

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Red Revelation

A house is a place that speaks of emotions with colours and scents that are gentle, sensitive and pleasing.

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Color of the season

Refined and sophisticated. Contemporary and classic. Balanced and timeless. Verdigris is a spontaneous revelation, the latest trend in interior design.

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Blue Revelation

One can lend colour to calm and intensity, to stillness and movement, to rest and vitality.

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