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Brushing up on the top twenty


Brushing up on the top twenty

For the first time in Resene’s history, Resene has launched an official top 20 paint colour list based on Resene testpot sales. The top 20 is dominated by whites and neutrals, reflecting their broad acceptance and use on a vast array of projects both inside and out. These hues are generally teamed with brighter accents and features for a complete colour scheme.

Based on testpot sales, the most popular Resene colours are:
1. Resene Spanish White
2. Resene Half Tea
3. Resene Half Spanish White
4. Resene Tea
5. Resene Napa
6. Resene Sisal
7. Resene Biscotti
8. Resene Akaroa
9. Resene Double Spanish White
10. Resene Stonewall
11. Resene Parchment
12. Resene Lemon Grass
13. Resene Alabaster
14. Resene Pearl Lusta
15. Resene Solitaire
16. Resene Quarter Tea
17. Resene Half Sisal
18. Resene Half Pearl Lusta
19. Resene Quarter Spanish White
20. Resene Half Napa

This is a far cry from Resene’s first Wellington factory when only six colours were available.


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