Soon you'll be seeing greens everywhere: new shades, new combinations, new blends. In fact, green’s a great mixer. Some verge on yellow, others on khaki, while some reveal their botanical roots. On a palette they look gorgeous - it's no wonder they get rave reviews!

Of all the colours in the world, green is the one the human eye finds most pleasing. Made from blue and yellow (or hot and cold), green creates a sense of equilibrium wherever it’s found. It evokes nature and encourages consensus. And while variations on the green theme are almost infinite, they all have freshness and harmony in common.

Lemon green in a kitchen creates a great atmosphere and adds a certain zest to the dining experience. In a bedroom, leaf green promotes dreams, while in the family room, nothing says convivial like khaki green. You could even say green works wonders in smoothing out differences.

  • Colour Psychology

  • Personality

    Balanced and revitalizing, green is a good mediator.


    Emerald Necklace

  • Power

    Calming, stabilizing, nurturing and healing. Helps maintain serenity.



  • Essence

    Fresh, clean and restful.


    Dark Forest Green

  • Trends

    Emerald green for chic accents, or perhaps a mojito green wall in your teenager's bedroom for vitality and balance.


    Mint Liquor

  • Spirit

    A fresh, relaxing environment, perfect for revitalizing.




Δ Requires a specialised White primer base coat.
▲ Requires a tintable primer base coat.
• Only available in 3.78L sizes and up.
* May require one or more additional coat(s).a
Note: Sico colours are supplied as indicators only. Even if the resolution of your screen is properly adjusted, we cannot guarantee that the colours you see on your monitor correspond exactly to the Sico colour range. The various types of monitors and graphics cards on the market all have their own particular characteristics and will all show slight variations in colour from one model to the other.
  1. Here you’ll find the menu to go from one colour hue to the next.

  2. When you click on this cube, you’ll see the colour or colours featured in the photo.

  3. To save a colour to one of your projects, simply click on this icon.

  4. For each colour, we’ve put together a selection of shades based on their intensity.

  5. Click on the colour of your choice to find out more about it.

  6. To see the full colour palette, click on this link.