This hand-applied colour chart from CAP Arreghini features a variety of colours suitable for contemporary or traditional design. Each finish was carefully applied by hand to present a colour sample as close to the real colour as possible; the industrial colouring method ensures high colour accuracy and repeatability.
Each catalogue is for a specific finish and presents a wide variety from uncoloured to deep colours with larger samples of the uncoloured bases (please see the ‘Specification & Application’ section for the list of the presented colours).
Applied finishes might slightly differ from the presented samples as the application method (the technique and tools) can significantly affect the final look.
Impera Italia’s Advice™
Due to the differences between various applications, methods and tools please purchase a tester pot or an applied board before finalizing the colour of the project.
Chart comes from the Latin word charta /ˈkʰar.ta/, meaning ‘paper or papyrus leaf’
Q: Why do I have to pay for brochures? Dulux offers them free of charge!
A: Impera Italia purchases a high number of charts from various sources to enable customers from all over the world to have them at any time. All the charts present hand applied samples of special, one-of-a-kind products with bespoke, carefully selected colours so specifiers can be sure that they select a colour that is close to the real, applied one. On the other hand we offer free fliers (with real, applied samples) and printed-only brochures for many products. Please contact our sales team to discuss your requirements!
Q: Why should I be so careful about selecting the colours?
A: These finishes use raw, natural ingredients or are specially formulated in small quantity for high-end projects. Please ensure that the applicator is properly trained so he can advise you on the look or contact our sales team if you have any questions. A tester pot or an applied sample can help you to avoid difficulties.