The purest and most thoughtful minds
are those which love color the most. 
     John Ruskin

The creation of enticing colors which pay homage to historic traditions on the one hand and meet contemporary standards of color fastness and reproducibility on the other, require the development of dyes which bridge this gap. 


Using historic, natural pigments such as ground coral from Japan, lapis lazuli from Chile, wild saffron from Curkuma, rhatany, madder or even powdered fish scales and combining those with the latest dyes and materials from modern research gives us the solution to this challenge.


Years of experiments and development in our own dye laboratory have provided us with a unique selection of colors which lend authenticity and finesse to the interior.