Caparol Paints, a leading player in the global paints industry, has introduced its summer shades for 2018, which includes a wide palette of pastel and bright shades.
Caparol Paints has gone big with colours that create soothing and stylish effects while adding aesthetically to the most inclusive quality of a space – paint, said a statement.
The company has aptly named the shades according to the colours and are categorised under core shade types. Rose, flamenco, apricot and lavender fall into the pink-purple shade category while arctic, arctis, patina and moos are categorised under the blue-green shades. Curcuma and curry form shades of yellow, it said.
Mowaffaq Balish, commercial director Middle East, Caparol Paints, said: “Summer generally calls for soothing colours with bursts of bright shades to instantly lift a space. For summer, we focus on colours that would help create a cool retreat for indoor spaces.”
“Our research team monitors trends and predilections to make ideal colours for every season. Each colour presented this summer is specially selected to suit and complement the climate,” he said.
“Our aim is to have more people relish the creativity of our artists and enjoy an experience of repainting that is seamless from start to finish,” he added.
Caparol’s summer colours create a harmonious blend of subtlety and brightness by creating an amalgamation of shades that look good and provide a unique feature to interiors.
All spaces can be personalised with a distinctive blend of colours – turning an ordinary wall into a piece of art. With this collection’s calm and soothing colours, the space is given a sense of comfort and the wide range of bright colours with a trendy vibe, provides a quirky feature to offset the lighter tones.
Caparol Paints has always been at the forefront of innovation with a highly sophisticated research and development department that constantly innovates technologies and manufacturing techniques complementing the local market conditions, it stated. – TradeArabia News Service