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Bold green: give your radiators a unique colour!

Bold green: give your radiators a unique colour!

Colours make life more beautiful. Even though you do not want to turn your home into a circus attraction, when it comes to colour you can occasionally deviate from the standard options. White, grey, cream and sand tones can look really stylish, but sometimes a bolder colour is needed. Designer radiators in unique yet carefully chosen colours are guaranteed to lift your interior to a higher level. What do you think of radiators in fresh green, for instance, the trend colour for 2017?

From out of sight to showcasing

In the past, people painted radiators – stately, cast iron ones – almost always in the same colour as the walls. That was how to hide these mainly functional heating devices from sight. That is no longer necessary. New, quality radiators are beautifully designed. The right device fills the interior the way you want: harmoniously in the background or impressively in the spotlights. After all, the smart design and the perfect finish are allowed to be eye catchers.

Unique colours for radiators

Do not just pick a radiator with the perfect design for you, but select the perfect paint colour at the same time. These striking and unique colours are doing well at the moment and are guaranteed to put your designer radiators in the spotlights:

  • Night blue or deep blue with a mineral green undertone

  • Bordeaux purple

  • Melon yellow – for the daring

Also less bright colours will grab the attention of your visitors:

  • Black or very dark grey

  • Metallic colours

  • Very light colours, such as creamy white or pastel colours

  • Deep, intense colour tones, such as earth tones

Trend colours 2017

What do you think of green, the interior and fashion colour of 2017? Paint specialist Pantone named ‘Greenery’ as colour of the year. Fresh green was preceded by the duo ‘Rose Quartz’ and ‘Serenity’. The choice for this year is special because the colour feels really fresh and young, yet it has a certain maturity. Green comes beautifully into its own in a white, minimalistic interior, but also catches the eye in more rural, romantic homes.