This summer, we saw the launch of the Amtico Colour Edit; A new palette of 25 colours within their Signature Collection. The colours have been designed to effortlessly complement one another in a range of designer layouts, or stand beautifully alone.

You really are the artist with this new collection; you can create bold colour combinations and patterns with rich emerald tones, or explore subtle and warm variations with soft plaster pinks. It’s the perfect way to make a unique and personal flooring statement in your home.

So, what makes each palette unique?

Stucco

The stucco palette is all about soft textures for a sophisticated finish. It includes nine hues, ranging from mottled watercolours to soft concretes and dry plaster.

Amtico Colour edit, stucco palette

Modernist

Modernist’s five colours are inspired by brutalist architecture in Coventry, which has been home to Amtico for more than 50 years. Its texture is inspired by light patterns on concrete, with shards and tonal shifts giving way to soft angles and deep layers.

Amtico Colour edit, modernist palette

Encaustic

The six colours in the Encaustic palette are influenced by minerals like rose quartz, semi-precious stones and marble. It’s all about creating an earthy atmosphere to your room.

Amtico Colour edit, encaustic palette

Diffusion

Diffusion’s palette is all about ceramic texture and surface design. With five fresh pastel shades and soft chalky textures, it offers a gentler colour palette option and is suitable for a variety of spaces and interiors.

Amtico Colour edit, diffusion palette

Which Amtico Colour Edit palette is your favourite? We have the full range in our Worcester store, so why not pop in and take a look? We can answer all your questions, discuss your ideas and spark inspiration for your new flooring project. We can also visit your home and give you a free quotation!

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You can browse the full Colour Edit range and request your brochure on Amtico’s website.