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Virtual colour

For those who prefer to create their own electronic renders using architectural software, Resene colours are available in electronic paint colours files for AutoCAD, BIM ArchiCAD, BIM Revit, Photoshop, Vectorworks, SketchUp files, Spirit, Softplan, preloaded into selected architectural software files or you can download jpeg image files or RGB values from the Resene website.

Explore a world of colour online with the Resene online colour library and online wallpaper library. Search for your favourites using a wide variety of search options, then download or print if desired. View reflectance values, tone information and complementary colours. Or if you have a colour in mind and wish to find the nearest Resene colour options, try out Resene Find-A-Colour, click on a colour and the closest Resene colour options will be displayed for you. Or enter the RGB, hex or CMYK of the colour you wish to find to see similar Resene colours.

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Colour inspiration – latest looks

Get inspired with colour and the latest decorating and colour trends! If you're getting ready for your next decorating journey, browse through these beautiful mood boards, paints, colours and decorating ideas to help you select just the right look and mood for your space. For more ideas, see the decorating inspiration gallery,habitat magazine or view how-to project ideas.

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Plaid-tastic
Plaid-tastic
Lure out your creative side and get graphic with paint in a way that will leave a lasting impression... more
Natural healing
Natural healing
For most people, your bedroom is your sanctuary – the place where you begin and end each day, and where you retreat to recharge your batteries... more
Face value
Face value
Discover your inner artist with a Bauhaus inspired wall mural for your lounge... more
Making a Mondrian statement
Making a Mondrian statement
A bathroom is the perfect place to get a little creative. Tucked away behind closed doors, it’s a veritable blank canvas to experiment with colour and style... more
It's a breeze
It's a breeze
Create an outdoor shower inspired by the sea. Using aqua hues will transform your outdoor shower into a room in itself... more
New life
New life
Repurposing current household favourites in soothing new hues and calming tonal colour schemes can completely transform a space... more
A warm welcome
A warm welcome
Stepping into a stunning hallway sets the tone for what’s in store throughout the rest of a home... more
Easy breezy
Easy breezy
A holiday home is somewhere we spend our precious time, with the idea of getting away from it all... more
Get out more
Get out more
This palette champions a selection of Resene blues and whites that subtly convey a seaside theme... more
They call it cubby love
They call it cubby love
These cool coloured block striped cubbies are a fun way to bring order to the after school dumping ground... more

Character study
Let rebooted neutrals bring a multidimensional minimalism to your bedroom... more
Second nature
Second nature
A colour scheme like this one is a no-brainer for rest and relaxation... more
Coastal christmas
Coastal christmas
With blue tones often associated with the ocean and clear skies, it makes sense to embrace these beach-inspired hues at Christmas time... more
Sun-day style
Sun-day style
When the sun is shining and the air is warm, a place to relax outside, read a book and enjoy a tipple should be on everyone’s to-do list... more
Natural attraction
Natural attraction
Encourage sweet soothing sleep with a bedroom painted in soft character neutrals, filled with natural texture and a warming palette of colours... more
Pastel pops
Pastel pops
For a dining space that’s filled with energy and whimsy, pair pretty pastels with bright fruity hues on a crisp white backdrop... more
Green light
Green light
Grant yourself permission to bring in some fresh colour for your finest dining yet... more
The greatest of ease
The greatest of ease
This contemporary space is styled using neutrals from either end of the spectrum to create a harmonious feel and timeless sense of refinement... more
Block it out
Block it out
If you’ve made the switch to working from home, one of the biggest challenges you might have faced was finding a place to set up a desk where you can concentrate... more
Nature's finest
Nature's finest
Bask in the best nature has to offer with a conservatory that feels like springtime all year round... more
Dressed to impress
Dressed to impress
Dark sea greens and pale blues come together in a dressing room you’ll never want to leave... more
Pretty in pink
Pretty in pink
Create a soft pink and grey space where you can prepare for the day ahead in peace... more
Draw the line
Draw the line
If working from home means sharing a desk, here’s how to make sure your areas stay separate while being together... more
In reverse
In reverse
If you have a long span of wall, such as in an open plan living room, you could add tongue-and-groove panelling or wainscotting... more
Chocolate indulgence
Chocolate indulgence
Dark chocolate browns and warm, rich caramels are decadent additions to your sleeping space... more
Mellow yellow
Mellow yellow
Enjoy the sunshine, even on a rainy day, in a lounge that celebrates the radiance and joy of tonal yellow decorating... more
Out of the box
Out of the box
A tonal colour palette of green greys is translated into three unique spaces with a clever wall feature and cosy, on trend styling... more
Setting the bar high
Setting the bar high
An intimate corner with an elegant bar cart and a cosy, layered blue setting makes for the perfect sophisticated spot... more
Greyscale
Greyscale
Transform your lounge into a film noir set with clever greyscale styling... more
Spanish revival
Spanish revival
Take inspiration from Californian Spanish-style homes to create a conversation pit that’s a conversation piece in itself... more
Taking shape
Taking shape
Say hello to brave choices, with geometric shapes and creative patterns bringing homes to life... more
Ahead of the curve
Ahead of the curve
This Art Deco inspired office nook features generous curves, warming saturated hues and graphic contrast for a space where creativity can flow... more
Sweet deco dreams
Sweet deco dreams
Curved or square, multicoloured or in your favourite hue, coloured headboards can make a stylish statement in a bedroom... more
Green with envy
Green with envy
Create a room that’s sophisticated and grown-up without being stuffy or precious with deep emerald green... more
Get smart
Get smart
A hallway with a smart black and beige colour palette is the perfect welcome note for a home’s entrance... more
Pinstriped blue bedroom
Pretty in pinstripe
The ever-charming English countryside is practically synonymous with rest and relaxation... more

Latest inspiration in print

Pippa Ensor
Pippa Ensor
Athfield Architects associate Pippa Ensor has worked in all three of the practice's studios... more
Ermanno Cattaneo, bespoke landscapes
Ermanno Cattaneo
Ermanno Cattaneo works for Suzanne Turley Landscapes, where he creates bespoke residential landscapes; from Architecture NZ... more
Modern meditteranean
Modern mediterranean
Bring a touch of the Med home, with textured walls and living spaces that seamlessly link the indoor to the out; from Remix... more
Carving a path - Hannah Jensen
Carving a path
Hannah Jensen... this New Zealand artist is one to watch; from Denizen... more
Creating space - curated spaces
Creating space
Indulge in curated spaces that are edited just for you, filled with objects you love, from Remix.. more
Colour play - runway inspiration
Colour play
The runway has all the inspiration you need this season, from Fashion Quarterly... more
Resene berry colours
Berry nice
Resene berry hues... a mood-enhancing splash of colour, from Mindfood... more
Resene Shed of the Year
Resene Shed of the Year
Shed of the Year runner-ups use prize to splash colour on their New Plymouth garden projects, from NZ Gardener... more
Natasha Markham
Natasha Markham
Founder of MAUD (Markham Architecture + Urban Design) and co-host of architectural podcast 76 Small Rooms, from Architecture NZ... more
Tried and true colours chemes
Colour Play
Tried and true schemes can teach us a thing or two, from NZ H&G... more
Its only natural
It's only natural
Colours inspired by nature have a firm place in the work of these designers, from NZ H&G... more
Daniel Marshall
Daniel Marshall
Modernity, Mexican architecture, surrealism and luminescence inspire this Auckland architect to create a moody and highly textural photograph, from Architecture NZ... more
The colours of winter - pick a path
Pick a path
Firmly rooted in nature, you can't go wrong with this key colour trend, from Mindfood Decor... more
The colours of winter - green light
Green light
Mother Nature has a knack for creating harmonious colour combos, from Mindfood Decor... more
Annabel Cropper
Annabel Cropper
Her day job is that of graduate architect at C Nott Architects but in her time off, Annabel blends graphic and object design with curiosity and architecture for the sake of large, sculptural objects, from Architecture NZ... more
Karen Walker Chalk Paints
Back to the chalkboard
Designer Karen Walker has dipped into her past to create her latest collection for Resene, from Denizen magazine... more
Buster Caldwell
Buster Caldwell
In his time off, the creative director for the Wonder Group makes engaging art from photos of banal architecture, from Interior magazine... more

The colours of autumn, from Mindfood Decor...

The ritual of dining
Ritual of dining
Celebrating the beauty of connection created through the ritual of dining, from Remix magazine... more
Weather report
Weather report
Rust is in this season. Add a touch of aged charm to your outdoor space with Resene's exciting new release, from Simply You Living... more
Captivating coral
Captivating coral
Officially the colour of the year, according to Pantone, coral couldn't be more apt for summer, from Simply You Living... more
Moshin Mussa
Moshin Mussa
We caught up with the RTA Studio associate to discuss colour and how it has influenced his design choicest, from Interior... more
Moody monochrome colour scheme
Moody monochrome
Moody monochrome is a classic, elegant colour combination, from Mindfood Décor... more
The colours of Christmas
Colours of Christmas
Wreaths, lights, ornaments … there's nothing like styling your home for the holidays, from Mindfood Décor... more
More is good
More is good
The more colour, the better says stylist Loui, from NZ H&G... more
HIt the right tone
Hit the right tone
The modern interior is moving on from stark white or deep, moody colours. Instead, it's time we embraced the middleground, from Denizen... more
Charlotte Minty
Charlotte Minty
Wellington-based interior designer discusses the colours of her childhood and how they still hold a place in her imagination, from Interior magazine... more
Paint it black
Paint it black
In this contemporary take on the traditional farmhouse, a dark, Resene-rendered palette paints country living in a new light, from Denizen... more
Green scene
Green scene
Fashion's love of greenery endures, so bring nature inside the home with lush and relaxing forest hues, from Simply You... more
Gerald Parsonson
Gerald Parsonson
We caught up with the award-winning, Wellington-based architect to discuss colour, the built environment and the sweet spot where the two meet, from Interior magazine... more
Colour is king
Colour is king
Throwing out the rule book and embracing shades of green, blue and blush, from Mindfood Décor... more
Still life
Still life
Take your winter colour palette cues from centuries past, bringing deep yet comforting... more
Seasonal colour palette
Through falling leaves
Be inspired by Mother Nature's seasonal palette as summer leaves turn gold and amber beneath sweeps of grey-blue sky, from Simply You magazine... more
New beginnings
New beginnings
Ensure your home is as fresh as your wardrobe, from Fashion Quarterly... more
Dark matter
Dark matter
Transform your home into a moody paradise this winter, from Fashion Quarterly... more
Crisp in colour
Crisp in colour
Balance and harmony with the colour green plus fun with florals from Remix magazine... more
Coastal colour palette
Coast to coast
Let a coastal palette wash over your home with these ideas from Simply You Living magazine... view

More colour, wallpaper and design trends

See the latest trends in paint colours and colour schemes; wallpaper and co-ordinating paint colours; curtains, cushions and co-ordinating paint colours as well as fashion forecasts from the runways for latest seasonal styles and colours.

 

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Welcome to our World of Colour!™

 

Love your colour with Resene. Search for or browse through over 6000 Resene online colour swatches plus over 1000 pattern and texture swatches from other finishing suppliers.

If using the search tool, just type in the name of the colour or swatch or, if you prefer, view a full range by selecting from the colour chart list. Click 'Preview' to view a larger sample and swatch information. You can then download the swatch to your computer for use in your colour rendering program or colour scheme.

› Download colour swatch library jpgs as .zip file

Search By Reflectance Value

Browse by colour name / view swatches

Click on the beginning letter of the colour you require to download the selection of colour swatches starting with that letter.

Colour WheelResene Colour Wheels
The colour wheel is designed to simplify colour selection, allowing users to work to basic colour scheme guidelines, such as complementary, split complementary and analogous, to quickly develop colour schemes. Find out more about colour wheels. Resene colour wheels are available from Resene ColorShops or order your copy from our online shop.

Colours are a representation only. Please refer to the actual paint or product sample. Resene colour charts,testpots and samples are available for ordering online.   See measurements/conversions for more details on how electronic colour values are achieved.

 

Resene grey isolators
Viewing colours on colour charts can be very disconcerting with stronger hues reflecting their inner beauty onto less dazzling neighbouring hues, making it difficult for even the most experienced colour professional to assess the true hue.

Resene has for many years offered customers Resene grey isolators to screen out the distractions of neighbouring colours when viewing charts. Be sure to isolate your colour the next time you make your colour selections, to ensure you are seeing the true beauty of the colour. Some colour charts, such as The Range series, come complete with inbuilt grey isolators. For those that don't, the Resene grey isolators are available free from Resene ColorShops and resellers.

 

 

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Resene Colour Class: How to choose a colour

Top twenty colours

A whiter shade of pale

If the unique properties of white are used skilfully, it is easy to create warm-soft and cool-crisp colour combinations. Too often it is chosen by default with no regard for its image – 'White is Right'!

Ceiling? White. Window sashes? White. Picket fences? White. Door and skirtings? White.

Some famous interior designers have made their mark in the world of design by the almost exclusive use of white. Syrie Maugham springs to mind in the period between the 1st and 2nd World Wars and latterly Ralph Lauren. He is quoted as saying, 'In my own life and in my home, white is everywhere'.

White need not look stark – subtle off whites are very easy to live with. Paintings, furniture, fabric and plants add their own colour, texture and energy as does timber flooring and architectural detailing. Walls painted white allow other features to have dominance – i.e. furniture will stand out more in a white room as will a beautiful view to the outdoor landscape.

White has many moods. It is associated with light and can make spaces appear brighter, however it is wise to remember it is essentially cool. The south facing room that has bad light will not suddenly be fixed with a coat of white paint. In fact, it may end up looking even darker and chillier. This phenomenon is due to the reflectiveness of white. White is highly reflective, maximising any available light, thus drawing attention to any deficiencies. A more effective way to lighten a room is to paint the ceilings and window frames pure white to direct all natural light into the room.

In living rooms, whites can look arty and comfortable, or cool and elegant. If the look you favour is rustic simplicity, combine textured fabrics with natural materials like stone, wood and brick. If an elegant look is preferred, combine whites with reflective sheens and light filmy drapes. In the bathroom, a timeless crystalline look can be developed with white tiles, velvety walls and wooden or marble floors. It is at once holistic and cleansing, reflecting the watery medium.

For a touch of White Magic use gloss and matt paint in wide stripes on walls and hang crystal prisms in the windows and watch the sunlight make rainbows every morning.

So think white – right? Right!

Decorating with whites and neutrals...

See the Resene Whites & Neutrals colour chart and The Range Whites & Neutrals for a great range of popular Resene whites and neutrals hues.

When choosing neutrals, one quick way to create a colour scheme is to choose strengths of the same colour, such as full strength on the walls, double strength on the doors (helps to hide fingermarks) and eighth or quarter strength on the ceiling.

Vary the sheen level surface to surface to accentuate the colour differences. Try Resene SpaceCote Low Sheen on walls, Resene Lustacryl semi-gloss waterborne enamel on trims and joinery and Resene SpaceCote Flat on ceilings.

Always try out your colours using a Resene testpot in the area you plan to paint before you start your painting project – that’s the best way to confirm the colour looks right before you start painting. You can also can order drawdowns online.

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View popular Resene colours:  | Reds | Oranges | Yellows | Greens | Blues | Violets | Browns | Greys/blacks | Wood stains

Resene has changed the way it measures and creates electronic colours – read more

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