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Colorbond Colours – The Steel Palette

We have spoken at length in the past about the virtues of a Colorbond fence. They are unrivaled when it comes to standing the test of time and provide excellent privacy and separation of property. Another advantage is the range of Colorbond Colours that you can choose from.

Colorbond steel fencing comes in 14 different colours and this means you can find the right shade to suit your home. The coating process used in the manufacture of Colorbond means it is scratch and corrosion resistant so you can have peace of mind that it will last no matter what the harsh Australian conditions throw at it.

Colorbond Steel Fencing Comes In The Following Colours

Basalt

A powerful, modern grey with a neutral cast, Basalt deliberately lacks the green tones that would soften its impact when used in ultra-modern designs. Exuding the strength and solidity of the rock after which it is named, the use of Basalt lends buildings a feeling of being anchored to the earth.

Domain

The warm, luscious texture of Domain lends a fresh, cool feel to any backyard. Neutral but with the softest hint of warmth, it works equally well as a stand-alone colour or as a defining tone to draw out the richness of heritage colours and darker materials.

Dune

Dune is a warm, pale grey that invokes feelings of balance and neutrality. It is associated with the dusty earth of the Australian bushland, the soft pelt of native marsupials, and the textured landscapes of granite rock and stone.

Evening Haze

Evening Haze strongly evokes the coastal landscape, the desert sand, the limestone dunes, the barren plains and the inland and coastal dried grasses and Spinifex.

Ironstone

Inspired by the purple-grey hues of distant mountains, stormy skies and the natural beauty of our coastal regions, Ironstone has captured a new mood for Colorbond steel colours.

Jasper

Jasper’s inspiration is in abundance in inland and coastal regions, from the barren slopes of the central ranges, the ageing bark on a large gum tree, and the dark shadows on the sand plains to the striated granite outcrops on the coast, this colour is inspiring.

Monument

Monument is unashamedly a city colour. It will emphasise the modernity of today’s architecture. It is a strong, confident, neutral colour adding depth and strength to the colour palette.

Pale Eucalypt

Pale Eucalypt is a favoured choice for Australian homes, reflecting the colour and grandeur of the Australian gum. Its gentle, muted hue is suggestive of tranquillity and beauty, and captures the essence of Australian flora.

Paperbark

Paperbark is a warm, neutral colour which is specified and used for a range of environments whether city, bush, coastal or suburban, across all states. It blends with sandy beach environments, inner city spaces and suburban landscapes.

Riversand

Warm, neutral and contemporary, Riversand is both sophisticated and serene. Like the bleached wash of driftwood, it is diffuse and soothing, quietly reflecting the quality of the Australian light. A muted tone, Riversand is a neutral canvas that rests easily in all living environments.

Shale Grey

Shale Grey is evocative of Gulf coast mud plains, pale grey pebbles reflecting the sun, the ethereal grey mist rising from a surf beach, the silver grey leaves of native flora and the shimmering outcrops of rocks on the Great Dividing Range.

Surfmist

Surfmist embodies qualities of freshness, purity timelessness and independency. Snow, the mist from the sea and surf, pure white sand, and the billowing sails of yachts all remind us of this colour.

Wilderness

Wilderness embodies the soft, green hues of a majestic stand of rivergums. A versatile colour, it’s the perfect tone to highlight and contrast with natural products such as sandstone and other lighter-coloured building materials.

Woodland Grey

Woodland Grey is inspired by the depth of cool green forest, the canopy of eucalyptus on a rugged mountain plateau, the twisted bark and deep olive green leaves of tea tree along the coast, the mossy boulders and ferns found in mountain crevices.

A Range Of Colours To Suit Every Home

As you can see the range of colours available from Colorbond is impressive. There are so many colours on offer that sometimes it can make it hard to choose the right one for your home or business. If you are having trouble choosing the right Colorbond colour for your new fence give Northside Fencing a call on (07) 3491 4100 to discuss your options with a fencing expert.

You can also contact us online to have a consultant get back to you when it best suits. We can then take a look at photos of your home or even arrange a time to come out and take a look ourselves so we can make the best possible suggestion for your fences colour.

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