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Choosing Fusion Colours – Difference Between Whites, Greys, Neutrals

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FAQ – WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE VARIOUS COLOUR SHADES IN THE FUSION RANGE?

I’m often asked about the differences in the Fusion colours if a customer is ordering online, especially with the whites, as it is a little more difficult to tell them apart unless they are side by side. Jennylyn from Fusion Mineral Paint has created these great videos showcasing the colours in the Fusion line and painting them out on pure white paper so you can see the true colour differences (note: videos don’t include some of the newer colours)

I have summarised descriptions of each colour above the videos. I hope you find this helpful in choosing the best colour for your needs.

We have each of these colour collages displayed in our product section, but having them side by side with similar colourings like this helps with deciding between the different hues.

** Australian painters, you can purchase any of these colours by clicking on the colour images of your choice to take you to the product.

Fusion Colours: Whites

Picket Fence(Michael Penney collection) – brightest white in the line.

picket fence collage

Casement – more of a pure white with just the slightest hint of yellow.

Casement thumbnail

Raw Silk– a warm old white with barely a hint of yellow and just a touch of grey. I’d consider this to be between Casement & Lamp White, but leaning closer to Casement. Great coverage.

Raw Silk

Limestone – off white with a stronger sense of yellow undertone.

Limestone collage

Plaster– more yellow undertone than Limestone.

Plaster

Champlain – neutral white, warm tone, hints of yellow and gray (one of the most popular in the line)

champlain collage

Lamp White – off white with gray undertone.

lamp white collage

Goddess Ashwagandha – off white in between Champlain & Lamp White with amazing coverage.

New colours by Fusion. Goddess Ashwagandha.
Goddess Ashwagandha Fusion colour 2019

Note: the following video does not contain the newer colours, Raw Silk, Plaster & Goddess Ashwagandha.

Fusion colours: Taupes & Greys:

Sterling – a grey with soft subtle yellow undertones

Pebble (Michael Penney Collection) – a chameleon colour with a couple of different undertones that often change with the lighting that is present in the room. soft hint of green, natural feel.

Goddess Ashwagandha (Lisa Marie Holmes collection) – described by Fusion as “equal parts light, warm and airy, this particular shade is rooted in minimalism. A grounding neutral.” Slightly grayish brown in tone. Browner than Pebble, but grayer than Cathedral Taupe.

Collage Goddess Ashwagandha

Cathedral Taupe– very subtle pink/purple undertones, not typically seen unless put side by side with white. By itself almost an off white/tan colour.

Cathedral Taupe

Bedford – green undertone, chameleon colour – can change in different lights: either a soft lighter grey or can bring out the green hugh.

Linen – rich depth reminiscent of natural linen, subtle green undertones.

Algonquin – beige with pink undertones.

Putty– the perfect greige blend of grey & beige in a soft, light, neutral tone.

Putty

Note: this video does not contain the newer colours, Putty & Ashwagandha.

Fusion Colours: blues

Laurentien – blue & green undertones, a little more green. Throwback to the 50’s – a bright vibrant pastel green.

Heirloom (Michael Penney Collection) – pretty soft blue with green tones, also has a grey tone, creating more of a muddy green.

Inglenook – neutral blue with a grey/green

Renfrew Blue – a vibrant dark teal.

Renfrew Blue

Seaside (Michael Penney Collection) – more of a true blue than others in the line. Undertones of grey, quite a darker blue.

Seaside

Homestead Blue – similar to Seaside, but darker, greyer.

Champness – bright sky blue

Fusion Colours: deep blues & greys

Liberty Blue – dark, true blue

Midnight Blue – A deep, dark blue with gray undertones

Midnight blue

Homestead Blue – (also mentioned above in the last video)

Ash– charcoal grey

Coal Black – true jet black

Soapstone(Michael Penney Collection) – reminiscent of a true natural soapstone, dark grey. Has a slight blue undertone when dry.

Note: this video does not contain the newer colour, Midnight Blue.

Fusion Colours: Greens

Laurentien – a vintage green (also mentioned in the blue section above for its blue tones)

Aubusson (discontinued) – a yellow green that has a muddy tone

Upper Canada Green (discontinued) – vibrant green with a muddy undertone but more green than Aubusson.

Ceramic (discontinued) – vibrant bright green

Lilly Pond (discontinued) – blue & green tones with raw umber pigment creating a muddy vintage green

Inglenook – (also mentioned in the blue section above) soft grey blue green pastel.

Bayberry(New since video above) – deep rich olive green.

Bayberry

Park Bench(New since video above) – dark, tree green

Park Bench

Lichen (New since video above) – a grey green, reminiscent of lichen in nature.

Note: this video does not contain the new colours, Bayberry, Park Bench or Lichen.

So there you go, I hope you find the colour you are looking for – if not, you know that you can create your own custom colour by blending any of the colours together – colour mixing is fun! Experiment, be creative.

Here are some Custom Colour combinations to start you on your way (scroll to the bottom section, click on a colour you like and write down the colour combination needed to create the colour you’ve selected. You can purchase these colours from your local Fusion retailer).

NOTE: This is not a full comprehensive colour guide of all the Fusion colours. For more information and a guide to Fusion’s colour range visit Fusion’s colour chart here.

OR: purchase one of our Real Colour Swatch Charts or Swatch Stick Sets.

Happy Painting,

Sharon.

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Choosing Colours – What’s the Difference Between Those Whites, Greys & Greiges?

FAQ – What are the differences between the various colour shades in the Fusion range?


I’m often asked about the differences in the Fusion colours if a customer is ordering online, especially with the whites, as it is a little more difficult to tell them apart unless they are side by side. Jennylyn from Fusion Mineral Paint has created these great videos showcasing the colours in the Fusion line and painting them out on pure white paper so you can see the true colour differences (note: videos don’t include the newest colours from 2016)

I have summarised descriptions of each colour above the videos. I hope you find this helpful in choosing the best colour for your needs.

We have each of these colour collages displayed in our product section, but having them side by side with similar colourings like this helps with deciding between the different hues.

** Australian painters, you can purchase any of these colours by clicking on the colour images of your choice to take you to the product.

Whites:

Picket Fence (Michael Penney collection) – brightest white in the line.

Casement – more of a pure white with just the slightest hint of yellow.

Raw Silk (NEW 2016) – a warm old white with barely a hint of yellow and just a touch of grey. I’d consider this to be between Casement & Lamp White, but leaning closer to Casement.

Limestone – off white with a stronger sense of yellow undertone.

Plaster (NEW 2016) – more yellow undertone than Limestone.

Champlain – neutral white, warm tone, hints of yellow and gray (one of the most popular in the line)

Lamp White – off white with gray undertone.

Note: this video does not contain the new colours, Raw Silk & Plaster


01 Casement

Casement

05 Limestone

Limestone

06 Champlain

Champlain

02 Lamp white

Lamp White

Picket-Fence-Collage

Picket Fence

Raw Silk

Raw Silk

Plaster

Plaster

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Taupes & Greys:

Sterling – a grey with soft subtle yellow undertones

Pebble (Michael Penney Collection) – a chameleon colour with a couple of different undertones that often change with the lighting that is present in the room. soft hint of green, natural feel.

Cathedral Taupe – very subtle pink/purple undertones, not typically seen unless put side by side with white. By itself almost an off white/tan colour.

Bedford – green undertone, chameleon colour – can change in different lights: either a soft lighter grey or can bring out the green hugh.

Linen – rich depth reminiscent of natural linen, subtle green undertones

Algonquin – beige with pink undertones.

Putty (NEW 2016) – the perfect greige blend of grey & beige in a soft, light, neutral tone.

Note: this video does not contain the new colour, Putty.

03 Sterling

Sterling

Pebble

Pebble

Cathedral Taupe

Cathedral Taupe

Bedford

Bedford

Linen-collage

Linen

Algonquin

Algonquin

Putty

Putty

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Blues:

Laurentian – blue & green undertones, a little more green. Throwback to the 50’s – a bright vibrant pastel green.

Heirloom (Michael Penney Collection) – pretty soft blue with green tones, also has a grey tone, creating more of a muddy green.

Inglenook – neutral blue with a grey/green

Renfrew Blue – a vibrant dark teal.

Seaside (Michael Penney Collection) – more of a true blue than others in the line. Undertones of grey, quite a darker blue.

Homestead Blue – similar to Seaside, but darker, greyer.

Champness – bright sky blue

Laurentien

Laurentien

Heirloom

Heirloom

Inglenook

Inglenook

Renfrew Blue

Renfrew Blue

Seaside

Seaside

Homestead Blue

Homestead Blue

Champness

Champness

 

 

 

 

 

 


Deep Blues & Greys:

Liberty Blue – dark, true blue

Midnight Blue (NEW 2016) – A deep, dark blue with gray undertones

Homestead Blue – (also mentioned above in the last video)

Ash – charcoal grey

Coal Black – true jet black

Soapstone (Michael Penney Collection) – reminiscent of a true natural soapstone, dark grey. Has a slight blue undertone when dry.

Note: this video does not contain the new colour, Midnight Blue.

Liberty Blue

Liberty Blue

Homestead Blue

Homestead Blue

Ash

Ash

Coal Black

Coal Black

Soapstone

Soapstone

Midnight blue

Midnight Blue

 

 

 

 

 

 


Greens:

Laurentian – a vintage green (also mentioned in the blue section above for its blue tones)

Aubusson (discontinued) – a yellow green that has a muddy tone

Upper Canada Green (discontinued) – vibrant green with a muddy undertone but more green than Aubusson.

Ceramic (discontinued) – vibrant bright green

Lilly Pond (Michael Penney Collection) – blue & green tones with raw umber pigment creating a muddy vintage green

Inglenook – (also mentioned in the blue section above) soft grey blue green pastel.

Bayberry (NEW 2016) – deep rich olive green.

Park Bench (NEW 2016) – dark, tree green

Lichen (NEW 2016) – a grey green, reminiscent of lichen in nature.

Note: this video does not contain the new colours, Bayberry, Park Bench or Lichen.

Laurentien

Laurentien

Aubusson

Aubusson

Upper Canada Green

Upper Canada Green

Ceramic

Ceramic

Lily Pond

Lily Pond

Inglenook

Inglenook

Bayberry

Bayberry

Park Bench

Park Bench

Lichen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


So there you go, I hope you find the colour you are looking for – if not, you know that you can create your own custom colour by blending any of the colours together – colour mixing is fun! Experiment, be creative.

Here are some Custom Colour combinations to start you on your way (scroll to the bottom section, click on a colour you like and write down the colour combination needed to create the colour you’ve selected. You can purchase these colours from your local Fusion retailer).

NOTE: This is not a full comprehensive colour guide of all the Fusion colours. For more information and a guide to Fusion’s colour range visit Fusion’s colour chart here.

Happy Painting,

Sharon.



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The most PERFECT Off White



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We found you the perfect neutral, with just the right undertones.
Just a hint of grey, and a hint of yellow, but mostly beautiful bright white, makes Raw Silk the perfect choice to fit tonally with just about any decor.

Bless’er House turned this trash to treasure using this beautiful Perfect off white Raw Silk.

Check out the Before

 

 

And now the After

 

I recently had a customer contact me – she had been looking for the perfect off-white for years – and guess what, one look at Raw Silk and she was smitten!

 

Raw silk is hands down my favorite color. It is the PERFECT off white. Simply gorgeous’. Sue O.

Read the full Blog Tutorial here!

 

I just love the distressing that Lauren did! Perfectly placed, not too little, not too much, it’s just right!

 

 

Are all off-whites equal?

The simple answer is no.

Depending on the accents in the room, the light, both natural and artificial, and the feel you want to achieve, you can make an informed choice.

 

Our Fusion Merchants are full of great advice – but if you are really unsure, Raw Silk is a perfect option.

 

Fusion has a fantastic array of off-whites, just look at them side by side:

 

Be sure to check out the full Blog Post and even more inspiration from Bless’er House here!

Left to right:

CASEMENT: A neutral warm white that pairs well with virtually any colour.

PICKET FENCE: A lovely bright white, Picket fence is a staple colour for any room that needs a punch of light.

RAW SILK: A warm old white with barely a hint of yellow and just a touch of grey. The colour of newly formed silk – the perfect off white.

LIMESTONE: Representing the off-white warm tone of natural limestone, this is a favourite in the line that pairs well with blues and greens.

CHAMPLAIN: Hands down our most popular neutral warm white has depth. From small to large projects, it too goes well with everything!

 

If you would like to see for yourself, take a trip to one of our wonderful Fusion Merchants.

 

They will give you great tips, information and assistance. Plus, for the month of January 2017, participating merchants are giving away a FREE sample of Fusion if you bring them an empty can of chalk type paint!

 

Now I’m off to find a hidden treasure to paint in Raw Silk!



Jennylyn

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