The Côte d’Azur. The poet Stéphen Liégerad gave the French coastal area at the Mediterranean sea its name in 1887. This region seems to be the home of the azur blue shades. This lush blue leaves an imprint, because it triggers positive thoughts. Suddenly it appeared. Near the Atlantic on a cloudy autumn day - but in a stunnig azur blue shade: a repainted bus from the 70's. It's colour immediately reminds of a claer sky at the Côte d’Azur. This blue shade reminds of summer, all year round. It is CÔTE D’AZUR.
CÔTE D’AZUR is an intensive blue that gives rooms wideness. It may already be sufficient to colour one wall that is most central to the room. For combination, delicate pastel shades like SHORE BREAK or SOFT GREY or, of course, CONTZEN WHITE, are suitable. Light-coloured wooden materials for furniture and flooring as well as light textile lampshades also combine well.