The ochre color, resulting from a pigment of natural origin of argillaceous rock, evokes more than a well defined color, but also multiple nuances with dominant of spicy yellow, curry, mustard slightly greened until more gilded notes.
Comforting, soothing when combined with natural shades, whether gray, green, beige or warmer earth tones.
Tenderly sensual when mixed with the nuances of rosewood essence or the floral scent of lilac.
Its characteristic luminosity, more singular than pure yellow, also refers to more daring contrasts, plays of alliances both elegant and mysterious and even extremely precious.
It punctuates or fully assumes the graphic confrontation with dark charismatic black, garnet, amaranth, indigo violet and Prussian blue to better reveal a more contemporary aesthetic.