/ 204 Paints
A delightful shade of gray with a neutral-to-cool base and exceptionally slight blue-green undertones.
A dark shade of blue diluted with a few particles of deep plum notes that add even more sophistication to an already hypnotizing color.
A neutral blue shade with light gray undertones got its name for a reason. This is what the sky looks like in November on a sunny day.
A typical representative of the new gray-greens. Pastel and soft, sophisticated and airy, fresh almost to the point of crystal, it allows you to return to the era of serenity and carelessness.
A shade of white, impressively crisp and invigorating, reminiscent of the first snowfall, and surprisingly soft and calm.
The most important thing about Iron Ore is its deep and dark gray base. In some situations and under particular angles, it may appear black.
An almost true gray. Why almost? Well, regardless of its very dark base, it is a chameleon and can have many faces depending on particular factors.
A balance between a classic white that would rather be considered coolish if it were not for the subtle pink notes responsible for its slightly warm effect.
One of the most outstanding representatives of the white color category. Although it is not a true white, it confidently radiates the whole beauty of an off-white shade.
A true white, devoid of undertones, gravitating slightly towards the cool side. Let’s put it this way: it is the whitest of all white shades.
A pleasant, soft, moderately dark and muted blue, which captivates with its naturalness. Why "drift"? Due to the presence of gray undertones.
A slightly warm shade of gray, not devoid of cool notes, and definitely calming. Its delightful softness is nothing else but a reason to fall in love with another shade of gray.