Use the charts below to help select the paint colour you require. RAL, BS and NCS are industry standard colour reference codes that most of our paints can be tinted to no matter which manufacturer or paint type you choose.
We can mix the majority of our paint (industrial, decorative, protective coatings etc) in any colour or shade you require, although more often than not we cannot produce Dulux Trade colours in a Johnstone's Trade paint or vice versa. Please call us if you need clarification.
We can also produce your paint in different finishes such as hammered, eggshell, marbled etc. Gloss levels can also be specified or we can matt down to reduce shine. We recommend you call our technical team on 01753 684084 to discuss these more bespoke requirements or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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RAL colour chart
BS 381C colour chart
BS 4800 colour chart
Extended BS 4800 colour chart
NCS (Natural Colour System)
Farrow & Ball
Johnstone's Trade colour chart (typically only Johnstone's products can be tinted in these colours)
Dulux Trade colour chart (typically only Dulux products can be tinted in these colours)
Dulux Retail colour chart (typically only Dulux products can be tinted in these colours)
Dulux Trade Heritage colour chart (typically only Dulux Trade products can be tinted in these colours)
Call 01753 684084 or email email@example.com and we'll send you a free Heritage colour chart.
Dulux Trade Heritage Greys & Green Toned Neutrals
Dulux Trade Heritage Stone Neutrals
Dulux Trade Heritage Roses, Terracottas & Golds
Dulux Trade Heritage Mosses, Teals & Violets
Dulux Colour of the Year 2019 colour chart
Cuprinol Garden Shades colour chart
Cuprinol Garden Shades Neutrals colour chart
Cuprinol Garden Shades Reds & Pinks colour chart
Cuprinol Garden Shades Oranges & Yellows colour chart
Cuprinol Garden Shades Greens & Limes colour chart
Cuprinol Garden Shades Blues & Violets colour chart
Please note colours being presented in the images to ensure their accuracy to the true paint colour. Best results will be obtained on your system by setting the monitor colour temperature to 6500K, viewing the image with a subdued surround and comparing the image against colours seen in natural daylight.
The sometimes substantial variation in colour presentation between monitors, LCDs and laptops can be minimised by adjusting the contrast and brightness controls.
Colour reproduction can vary viewing colours on your screen. To ensure best reproduction of colours on your screen, follow the instructions set out above. For complete satisfaction test your colour selection by doing a test patch.