Driving through Soulac, France. An old warehouse catches the eye. At first you only spot the round shape which reminds of an aircraft hangar. It had an extremely weathered facade, on second glance you notice the words "Soulac Matériaux" written on it by hand. The tone of the inscription looked as if it had been red once, but it was quite washed out and had partly spread out on the facade. This scene seems picturesque and surreal at the same time. The wall, above all, reminds of watercolour painting. What a beautifully washed out red it is SUCIA ROSA.
SUCIA ROSA is a light, brownish rose that appears a little bit like a washed out red. It may be harmoniously combined with the lighter shade HONO LULU. With a neutral grey, such as ROYAN ROCK, the effect of the red shades can be moderated. The colour composition enfolds particularly well in a “shabby chic style“.