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Warm terra cotta colour, the glow of chestnuts, fallen leaves in the fall.
Style: classic, not too explicit. Goes well with all kinds of wood.
Slightly greyish red.The colour Brick works well in interiors with soft, delicate shades. It’s hard to combine with blue or green but works very well with different shades of white.
Warm red. The absolute hit for the holidays. Christmas red is a warm colour that fits perfectly in every space. Do you want a darker shade of this colour, then it’s better to choose for Bordeaux.
Warm, deep red. A baroque colour.Bordeaux is less intrusive than Christmas red, but can also be combined with everything. Do you want a lighter shade of this colour, then it’s better to choose for Christmas Red.
Liturgical purple. A vivid and somewhat cold colour.Works well with dark red. Or can be used as a visual boost amidst soft shades.
The colour of fire trucks and berries of holly. A cold and harsh red.Style: Young and Modern. Fits in a clean lined, white interior and also in a more eclectic environment.
Deep warm pink. Intense colour.Style: Baroque and modern. Pomegranate combines well with all other shades of pink, red or warm shades of white such as Smoke and Off-white.
Warm orange-red. The colour of coral reefs. Together with Turquoise, Cyan and Aquamarine you imagine yourself in a tropical diving paradise.
Style: young, baroque.