Caparol Icons - Environmentally friendly colors for the modern zeitgeist


Sustainable Elegance | Culture of Colours | Made in Germany

Caparol Icons is presenting a new colour collection for the modern Zeitgeist. Therefore, the brand combines environmental friendliness with luxurious wall design. The innovative recipe provides the 120 tones a special colour depth. Manufactured in accordance with strict German standards, the sustainable colour palette offers inspiration for holistic room design.


sustainable colors Caparol Icons
sustainable colors Caparol Icons


Reinterpreting the history of colour design

A team of trend researchers, art historians, interior designers and colourists, set up by Caparol Icons, have been devoted to a research on colour culture. The result are 120 fine pigmented shades, that bring moments of colour culture into homes. A new interpretation that combines tradition, aesthetics and environmental friendliness. After several years of development work, an innovative recipe for sustainable and at the same time highly pigmented colour tones was created.

Environmentally friendly colors in German manufacturing quality

The entire range of interior paints and varnishes are water-based. Made on demand at a CO2-neutral location with in house spring water. The colours also solvent-free, plasticizer-free and emission-reduced - in accordance with strict German standards. In addition, they are odourless, free of heavy metals and therefore also suitable for children toys. After production, these are hand-filled into recyclable, plastic-free metal containers. The shipping is 100% climate neutral.

125 years of colour innovation know-how

The young brand, founded by Dr. Ralf Murjahn and his sister, art historian Annika Murjahn, received the German Sustainability Award in 2018. The family business draws on the experience of the parent company Caparol from the Odenwald. As one of the oldest owner-managed building paint manufacturers in Europe, the traditional company has shaped the history of paint development since 1895.