The 64 colors presented here are the result of Patrick Baty’s research on British housing estates dating from the 17th to the 19th centuries.
This collection of 112 shades will show you how modern the oldest of ancient tones can actually look.
In creating the 124 shades of the “Serénité” collection, Philippe Model intended these natural, “easy-going” colors for everyday life.
Encounters are at the heart of creativity for Ressource. For this collection, we brought together 4 designer studios, 4 different cities to create 4 shades each. Discover Lyon, Nantes, Nice and Marseille in 16 shades as seen by the designers who live there!
The 1950’s Colours
In 48 shades, this “Modernist” range bears witness to the post-war creative force in England and in France, right up to the 60s.
The 1960’s Colours
Rediscover 25 shades from a variety of decorative features of the 60s, such as wall paper, material, crockery and plastic objects.
The 1970’s Colours
The 1970’s Colours is a collection made up of 16 iconic colours of that decade as well as a gradient of 8 “Pure Greys”.
Paris Rive Droite – Rive Gauche
Designer Philippe Model, a quintessential Parisian, paints a very personal picture of Paris in 16 shades that are easy to identify with. Find out what your favorite Parisian colour is!
Using Ressource’s expertise, the facade of house number 3841 on 18th avenue in San Francisco was painted again in the original blue, that once made it famous. Discover all 4 shades created with French songwriter, Maxime Leforestier for this occasion.
For many centuries, colorings were sold in a similar way to spices. Embark on a journey to far-away lands with this collection of 55 shades.
Les Nouveaux Rouges
Our tribute to the color of passion and magnificence in 24 nuances of red. Discover all our expertise and creativity combined for this one legendary color.
Discover our collection of 24 off-whites, ranging from cream to more neutral tones, all from Patrick Baty’s historical research on colour.
Families of colour
Welcome to the color families Resource. Repeating the selections of the Accordéons color charts, the colored families present the Ressource catalog through a chromatic approach divided into 6 main sections: les Neutres 1, les Neutres 2, les Bleus, les Jaunes, les Rouges, les Verts.