The landscapes discovered during our travels around the world have inspired the creation of a series of colourful palettes. Each one is named after a place with a special ambience that we strive to evoke through a composition of colours. Choose the one that makes you dream, or compose your own combination that matches better with the design of your interior. If none of the colours suit you, please, tell us, we can suggest you other colours!
Less than 1500 km from the North Pole, in the archipelago of Svalbard, the glacier Kronenbreen closes the Kongsfjorden bay. Here, green vegetation is almost non-existent, giving way to shades of dense blues and browns as wild as the polar bears that linger in these surrounds. The sea and the sky become one, under the sun that never sets in the summer months. It is also a place dedicated to science and one of the most northerly localities in the world, a starting point of the famous Nobile and Amundsen airships heading to conquer the North Pole.
Cold and raw colours with a resolutely modern and sober effect.
An idyllic sandy beach, turquoise water, friends, a historic moment under the Cuban sun. It could have happened anywhere in the world, for us it was at the playa de las Gaviotas, near Caibarién, a small, charming and timeless place, barely mentioned in tourist guidebooks…
A mixture of blue-green and light brown colour with a light touch of orange for a smooth, bright and timeless effect.
Here the sea has such a special colour that the Bretons gave it a name: the gla. Nuances of green and shades of blue, changing over the day and tides, just like the sky, sometimes clear, sometimes gray.
A sober and discreet effect which you will never be tired of.
It's a little piece of paradise on Earth, confetti located off the Croatian coast where cars are forbidden to preserve the pleasure of lazing in the sun and of losing the notion of time. We planned to stay there one night…we stayed for a week, our eyes full of memories and encounters, our bellies full of fish.
A deep blue and golden yellow for a classic, bright and warm effect.
When we discovered Myanmar in 2012, Bagan was already a popular place flooded by tourists. But the scale and the magic of the site allowed us to travel in time, transforming our contemporary world into an ancient world full of mystery. Impossible not to fall in love…forgetting for a moment the turbulent events this beautiful country has been through.
A combination of a raw green and a warm orange which evokes hundreds of stone temples emerging from lush vegetation and glowing at sunset. If you have the soul of Indiana Jones, this is your colour! :)
Have you ever had the impression of entering a painting? That is what happened to us at U Bein Bridge, a stone's throw away from Mandalay. Departure before sunrise, sitting on the moped behind the famous Mister Htoo, the ambience is striking when we face what is known as the longest teak bridge in the world. Fishermen balancing on their fragile boats, young monks going to the city, a light worthy of the greatest impressionists. All the ingredients were there to build an unforgettable moment!
We find here the raw green used in the colours of Bagan, this time associated with a ‘wine’ red reminiscent of the robes worn by monks. A timeless palette, modern and old at the same time... some would call it "vintage".
For passionate world travellers, a hike in Nepal is a must. We could not resist the temptation of hiking a small piece of the Himalayan chain for more than two weeks. Instead of the ultra-classic Annapurna trek, we explored the Tamang and Langtang trails, dotted with tiny villages practicing traditional agriculture and just discovering tourism. The conditions are very spartan but it is a price to pay for the immense pleasure of discovering very authentic environments and understanding a little better the life of Nepalese mountain people.
A palette of bright but sober colours, combining a mustard yellow and raw red, in memory of our arrival in the small village of Chilime.
During our travels we have realised that there are many ‘world’s ends’ - these places which give you the impression that there is nothing beyond the immensity of mountains or oceans. Nest Point is one of them, not only because it is located on the very western end of the Isle of Skye, but also because of its atmosphere. Marked by an abandoned lighthouse with a foghorn whose size tells a lot about the potential density of fog, perched on cliffs gnawed by continuous violent assaults of the unleashed ocean, covered with the sky, so heavy, as if it was to fall on you at any moment, the grass stretch brings a beam of light to make the scene sublime.
A dark deep blue, almost becoming black, contrasting with a bright and vegetal yellow for a raw and wild effect. Lovers of a stormy sky, these colours will delight you!
Relaxed atmosphere, heavenly beaches with white sand, translucent and turquoise green sea, colourful flowers and fish - no doubt, this is THE holiday postcard! In the fleet of small islands dotting the oceans between the two tropics, it is in Mauritius that we felt this atmosphere the most. But as it sounds funny to name a colour ‘Mauritius’, we call it Pereybere, the name of a small town where we stayed :)
Stretches of turquoise and emerald green water combined with crimson soils for a resolutely modern, fresh and very bright effect.