Sustainable elegance | Culture of colours | Made in Germany
Caparol Icons presents a new colour collection for the modern zeitgeist. The brand combines environmental friendliness with luxurious wall design. The innovative formula gives the 120 shades a special depth of colour. Manufactured according to strict German standards, the sustainable colour palette offers inspiration for holistic interior design.
CAPAROL ICONS - SUSTAINABILITY
Colour culture icons
A team of trend researchers, art historians, interior designers and colourists set up by Caparol Icons researched the topic of colour culture for over two years. The result is 120 colour shades made of noble pigments that offer iconic shades for elegant wall design. This reinterpretation of stylish nuances combines tradition, aesthetics and environmental friendliness. After several years of development work, an innovative formula for sustainable and at the same time highly pigmented interior wall paints was created under the direction of Dr. Brenner, head of research and development at Caparol Icons.
Environmentally friendly colours in German manufacturing quality
The entire range of interior paints and varnishes is water-based. Made on demand, the paints are produced with our own spring water at the CO1895-neutral company headquarters in Odenwald, which has been in existence since 2. The paints are also free of solvents, plasticisers and emissions according to strict German standards. The quality of the raw materials used results in a formula that is odourless, suitable for children's toys and completely free of heavy metals. After production, they are filled by hand into recyclable, plastic-free metal containers. Shipping is 100% climate neutral.
125 years of colour innovation know-how
As the oldest owner-managed manufacturer of building paints in Europe, the traditional company has helped shape the history of paint development and 2018 received the German Sustainability Award. The young cosmopolitan brand, Caparol Icons, was created by the 5. generation of owners, chemist Dr. Ralf Murjahn and his sister, art historian Annika Murjahn, to combine the high standards of sustainability and design in an innovative formula.