A soft, modern white, COLORBOND® steel Surfmist® provides limitless possibility across a wide variety of roofing, walling, gutters and fascia applications.
Outside, Surfmist looks just white. However inside you can see the underlying grey. I don't think this is a big issue but if you want a very white interior this may not suit your style. Clearly if you are installing timber windows they can be painted different whites outside and inside.
One of the most popular lighter Colorbond® roof colours, Colorbond® Surfmist® is a light neutral, with a subtle warm beige undertone.
The new Dover White is a lighter shade than Surfmist, which is the top colour that our clients choose. It will work well with lighter coloured renders, but can also complement elevations with darker tones as it's available for gutters and fascias.
The hexadecimal color code #d8d8cf is a light shade of yellow-green. In the RGB color model #d8d8cf is comprised of 84.71% red, 84.71% green and 81.18% blue. In the HSL color space #d8d8cf has a hue of 60° (degrees), 10% saturation and 83% lightness.
Surfmist® - Satin | 2721137S.
Clean, crisp and timeless, COLORBOND® steel Dover White™ brings a fresh direction to the COLORBOND® steel colour palette. Endlessly compatible, this bright white unifies a tonal scheme or brings fresh contrast to darker colours where needed.
Used as a hero colour or trim colour on many coastal schemes, Surfmist® provides a slightly earthier white when coupled with warm earthy mid toned greys, like Wallaby®.
Woodland grey and surfmist (colourbond colours) Carry the surfmist onto eaves, front door and wooden posts.
Sandy neutrals, nautical blues, soft yellows, and easy-going white paint colors come together for a casual coastal color palette that radiates charm. Paired with natural fibers, clean lines, and lots of sunlight, coastal hues assure effortless style.
Greige paint is a combination of beige and grey. Both beautiful and practical, greige brings out the best properties in each colour. In fact, some people are calling greige the perfect neutral because it works well in both warm and cool schemes.
What Is Greige? Greige is simply beige plus gray. The addition of gray to beige creates a richer color, one that can work in both cool and warm color schemes. The ratio of beige to gray in your greige determines whether it is a cool or warm neutral.
According to Merriam-Webster, greige is a variable color that blends gray and beige. Greige is popular for its neutrality and ability to look cool gray in some light, and warm gray in others. Typically a greige color will have a warm undertone.
In terms of other Colorbond colours, Dune works really well with Surfmist and Wallaby.
Dulux Timeless is a warm, creamy white shade that is a versatile, and dynamic white for every room in a home. It has yellow undertones which make it an ideal colour for North facing rooms as the yellow helps to counteract the coldness of blue light.
White Mist and White Cotton are both popular shades of white offered by Dulux. The difference between the two is primarily in their undertones. White Mist is a cool tone with a crisp and clean feel, whereas White Cotton has a warm, creamy undertone.
Strength and subtlety with a hint of the cool and warm tonings work well when you combine Ironstone® and Gully®. This comes together in a moody mix. Finished with the warmer white of Surfmist® balances and helps counteract the depth.
What Colour Is Coastal Grey By Dulux? Coastal Grey paint by Dulux is a pale, almost baby blue shade that is underpinned by tones of grey. This muted shade is light, airy and adds a sense of tranquility, and calm to a space.
'The rule of thumb being match cool greys with other "chill" colours such as blue, pale greens and cool white. And match darker grey tones with warm tones such as burnt orange, mustard, and teal. '
Natural White™ is the lightest of warm whites and also one of our most popular. Loved by home renovators and interior designers alike, this versatile white will brighten any space. It is perfect for main walls inside and out and ideal for exterior features.
Pairs well with neutral whites and soft light greens.
Contemporary colours such as Surfmist®, Shale Grey®, Dune® or Evening Haze® are perfect for the modern home and can provide a coastal connection in a beach home. In a brick style home, identifying tone colours in the brick to match to your roof can create a strong link between them.
It's simple but exciting addition that is fresh, cool, bright, and endlessly compatible. Dover White™ is a neutrality colour that can bring a fresh direction to any colour scheme. Its bright white tone can help to unify a tonal scheme or provide contrast to darker colours.
We can also manufacture guttering and roofing using previous Colorbond colours and discontinued Colorbond colours such as: Wheat, Stone, Light Brown, Pale Terracotta, Torres Blue, Blue Ridge®, Ironbark, Bronze Olive, Saltbush, Plantation® and Hunter Red.