Introducing Seven New Colours!

Posted by SHEILA STONE on

Fusion Mineral Paint recently launched 7 beautiful new colours!

They are as follows:

Cast Iron: Sturdy and bold, Cast Iron is a true off-black. This shade leans into its strong warm undertones and is as timeless and enduring as its namesake. Pair With Cashmere for a bold contrast Coal Black for a sophisticated look.

Cambridge: A deep and elegantly weathered blue. This shade boasts grey but leads with blue, leaving you with a confident and classic shade. Pair With Chateau for a classic feel, Coal Black for a traditional look. 

Parchment: Inspired by the timeless quality of its namesake. Parchment is an off-white that is effortlessly multi-tone. An alluring but subtle mix that leads with its green undertones. Pair With Ash for an unexpected contrast Eucalyptus for a feeling of tranquility.

Wood Wick: Inspired by candle-lit evenings, Wood Wick is a cozy, mid-tone brown. This shade pulls its tone from opposite ends and meets confidently in the middle. Pair With Raw Silk for a warm complement Algonquin for a rich palette.

Wellington: Bold and enchanting, this shade is perfectly balanced in green, black and subtle bronze undertones for a confident, everlasting look. Pair With Cast Iron for a contemporary twist Manor Green for a striking look.

Carriage House: A mid-tone shade that is effortlessly balanced with a punchy green and serene grey for a charming but grounding look. Pair With Cobblestone for a traditional look Parchment for a stunning earthy vibe.

Newell: Soft and earthy, this mid-tone green is perfectly balanced. Rounded out in both green and grey, Newell is an eternal sage. Pair With Chateau for a serene and tranquil feel Ash for a confident statement.

We are excited about these new colours being added to the permanent Fusion Mineral Paint line......we hope you will be too!   


PS Please note that on-line images are often not true to colour, therefore please come by the store to see painted examples of all of these beautiful new colours!  


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