Dulux has introduced more than 500 new colours to its range in Australia and New Zealand.
Called the Dulux World of Colour Series II 2016, it includes new and improved greys, neutrals, naturals and dark shades as well an expansion of the popular natural Colours of New Zealand based hues.
Dulux colour planning and communications manager, Andrea Lucena-Orr, says the greater colour offering will inspire and fulfil the needs of architects, specifiers and designers like never before.
“Developing the Dulux World of Colour Series II range has allowed us to explore colour potential and offer both inspiring and widely-usable colours that design professionals will love,” she explains.
“We have enhanced the Dulux palette most notably with a depth of neutrals and greys, which will help design professionals to bridge gaps that previously existed between colours, and add smaller steps for monochromatic shading.
“The sheer amount of colour available with Dulux World of Colour Series II is highly useable, as is the ability for specifiers to follow a hue through the full spectrum from lightest to darkest shade.”
The range includes over 4,800 Dulux colours to suit every project and design style, and Dulux general manager for trade, Phil White, says the expanded colour offering reflects the company’s commitment to providing innovative and relevant solutions for the industry.
“We are thrilled to launch Dulux World of Colour Series II and look forward to seeing design professionals across Australia and New Zealand enjoy easier specifications and new possibilities with colour use,” he says.
By Marion Gerritsen