Oranges

Orange Obsession

With all the mouth-watering zest of vitamin C, fun-loving orange finds its perfect place somewhere between red and yellow. Take the boldness of red, the energy of yellow, and you've got an infinite range of sensations — each one of which delivers that unmistakable flare for life!


Summoning movement and creativity, orange has broken free of the kids' playroom and bedrooms, where it’s been confined for far too long. Now orange takes centre stage, with all the poise needed to be a sensation in every room of the house!

In the vestibule, it conveys a warm welcome and encourages movement. In the office, it raises spirits and stimulates creativity. From the kitchen to the dining room, it sharpens the senses — and one's appetite. Sophisticated without being stiff, it puts everyone at ease in the living room. And in the bedroom, it stirs the passions.
  • Colour Psychology

  • Personality

    Energizing and extroverted, orange says celebration and a sense of adventure.

    6086-74

    Pueblo

  • Power

    Stimulates the senses, helps digestion and supports the immune system.

    6504-13

    Salmon Trout

  • Essence

    Bold, vibrant and warm.

    6085-74

    Polished Copper

  • Trends

    Strong shades into which you can mix notes of purples and pink.

    6507-44

    Orangeade

  • Spirit

    With a playful touch, orange delivers a friendly warmth and a sense of security.

    6091-64

    Autumn Sun

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).

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