New trendy colours for lacquered glass - SGG PLANILAQUE EVOLUTION

Pear, raspberry and pistachio - what sounds like a delicious ice-cream sundae, are three of the nine new shades of the lacquered glass SGG PLANILAQUE EVOLUTION which thus correspond to the current trend towards fruity natural colours.

The further six shades also contribute inspiring new ideas for the realization of contemporary room designs.Lacquered glass lends rooms a touch of lustre and elegance.Whether bright, fluorescent colours or discreet natural shade, with SGG PLANILAQUE EVOLUTION a wide range of room effects and colour moods can be achieved. The new colours now coming onto the market, reflect current trends and thus extend the design spectrum in the interior area with ultra-modern and, at the same time, highly versatile shades. Naturally subdued, for example, are taupe, terra, midnight blue and pearl grey. Intensive contrasts can be achieved with ultra-white and ultra-black. The rich fruit colours raspberry and plum produce a velvety gloss and pistachio green with its hints of yellow sets fresh accents.

SGG PLANILAQUE EVOLUTION is a lacquered float glass with an opaque, coloured surface. The glass strengthens the colour intensity and allows rooms to shine with its brightness. Now with a total of 19 shades, SGG PLANILAQUE EVOLUTION offers something for every style and every ambiance.

600450 New trendy colours for lacquered glass - SGG PLANILAQUE EVOLUTION
Date: 10 July 2013

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