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Architectural Styles

Avant Garde: Material expression is very important in the Avant Garde range; paint is seldom used. Metal, concrete, glass and wood all epitomise this style.

Design: Here emphasis is on the definition of form. Colours are used to define specific elements of an interior space and quite often bold saturated colours to create a very graphic effect.

Modern: This approach focuses first and foremost on function and colour is used to further denote the function of a space.

Modern Classical: This blends traditional with contemporary styles which results in a classic, sophisticated look. Colours are restricted to key items of furniture and furnishings whilst the often off white walls provide a backdrop.

Traditional: Comfortable and inviting, paint plays a secondary role as this style emphasizes crafted details such as wooden furniture and patterned fabrics and furnishings.

Classical: Interior walls are often are painted in deep saturated shades to emphasise the strong architectural details. The effect is rich and opulent.

Antique: Using colour to depict a buildings heritage. This style encompasses different historical styles such as Palladian, Regency, Victorian & Art Deco.

Avant Garde: Material expression is very important in the Avant Garde range; paint is seldom used. Metal, concrete, glass and wood all epitomise this style.

Design: Here emphasis is on the definition of form. Colours are used to define specific elements of an interior space and quite often bold saturated colours to create a very graphic effect.

Modern: This approach focuses first and foremost on function and colour is used to further denote the function of a space.

Modern Classical: This blends traditional with contemporary styles which results in a classic, sophisticated look. Colours are restricted to key items of furniture and furnishings whilst the often off white walls provide a backdrop.

Traditional: Comfortable and inviting, paint plays a secondary role as this style emphasizes crafted details such as wooden furniture and patterned fabrics and furnishings.

Classical: Interior walls are often are painted in deep saturated shades to emphasise the strong architectural details. The effect is rich and opulent.

Antique: Using colour to depict a buildings heritage. This style encompasses different historical styles such as Palladian, Regency, Victorian & Art Deco.

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