All the colours in our collections are created with your spaces in mind. These colours were collected from Nature to help create the look and feel that you need for any space.
Choose colours that inspire you, colours that evoke nostalgia or that calm, excite or focus your mind.
If you need help choosing, call a colour collector or visit us in store for a personal colour guide.
Winter Rain. How clean the earth looks and smells after a soft bout of winter rain – this is a white with a very calm yet fresh atmosphere. It creates harmony with so many other colours but has a warmer side that does not look pink. Winter rain will soothe you into a dreamy world of nourishing freshness.
Moonlight Hike is a light grey with enough moonlight captured in its hue to be a gorgeously natural colour choice for anyone looking for an earthy grey that does not look brown. Moonlight hike’s backbone is white, black and amongst a few other additions – yellow. This makes this mid-tone grey beautiful for a neutral grey that doesn’t seem blue or brown, just smack in the middle – like moonlight.
Illusive and beautiful like the Cape Fox. This colour has a yellow undertone to the pre-dominant grey in it’s make-up. This makes Cape Fox warmer than Moonlight Hike and Elandskloof.
Wild heart is a greyish yellow rather than a yellow grey. It has a sunniness to it that will warm the hearts of those of us who love warmer, brighter rooms with less grey. It is the perfect backdrop for spaces that need to be brightened up with something other than white.
This colour was collected from the versatile Sand Olive, also known as Ysterbos, in the Cederberg. The tree is used for stabilizing sand dunes and to control erosion. The colour can be used in much the same way – a good backbone colour to keep other, brighter colours together.
The depths of the Cederberg carry so many colours. Ochre is one of them. This colour takes the warmth of these mountains and mixes it with age, giving a deep earth grey with hints of lost vegetation.
Take me to the mountains! This colour was collected on the high bends of the dirt road travelling from Clanwilliam to Calvinia. Use Pakhuis Pas to get you from bland to adventurous in your home or office while staying with your love of earthy colours.
A warmer fresh grey. Heuningvlei was collected in the dust of donkey-carts being driven on the dirt roads of a little Village in the Cedererg. Use it for a local inspired palette with a tranquil and earthy nature.
The charm of bare feet in dusty earth will always be near to our hearts. This colour reminds us of the simplicity of a life lived close to nature. An earthy colour with hints towards yellow more than red, as the dust in the Cederberg. It is beautiful colour that creates a lovely caramel toffee cappuccino kind of look.
This colour was collected at the weathered rocks at the Wolfberg Cracks in the Cederberg. It is a beautiful and deep grey that can feel cool or give a sense of safety as a sheltered cave would give to a human up in the mountains.
The deep, cool crevices of the mountains feel like forests, woods of rock. This colour speaks of shadows and shelter, power and stature. Use it for a statement or to create a romantic, broody library look.
Gravel road is the colour to use if you are wanting to create a space that makes you feel like you are heading into the open dirt roads of the Cederberg. It creates a wonderful atmosphere of sandstone, dust, mountains and immense space. It has a less grey and a slight warmer yellow undertone to the neutral Elandskloof.
One of our most popular stone-greys. Ceder Secrets and it’s darker shade called Elandskloof are two colours that are remarkably versatile. They have a very fine balance of colours that render them exactly between the yellow and red spectrum – this makes them easy to use and perfect for spaces with lots of colour.
Elandskloof has a neutral nature while maintaining a well-balanced warmth. It is one of our most popular stone-greys. Ceder Secrets - its lighter shade - and Elandskloof are two colours that are remarkably versatile. They have a very fine balance of colours that render them exactly between the yellow and red spectrum – this makes them easy to use and perfect for spaces with lots of colour.
A creamy fresh colour for interiors or exteriors that want to have a sparkly fresh but creamy look. This colour is much less grey than Winter Rain and a lot milder than Wild Heart. It is a go-to colour for small spaces that needs a bit of warmth and light.
Kliphuis is a beautiful stone-brown colour. This is a perfect option for exteriors that want to blend into or make one think of an old stone-wall in the Cederberg or Karoo. Use it interior for spaces that need some sophistication and drama added.
Rooibos. A dramatic warm and rich brown to compliment the dramatic landscape of the Cederberg and it’s Rooibos plantations.
Silent stories makes us think of the warmth within a cave and of the history cought in clay. This colour is warmer than Elandskloof but works well with stone colours or purples. Pair it with green to really see it’s warmth come out in a hazy mauve, otherwise use it as a soft background for spaces that already has lots of blues, reds and greys.
The perfect mild, mustard yellow for interior or exterior.