Triarch Color Chart - 288 Colors
Before Making A Final Color Selection:
It is the intent and purpose of this color chart to provide a basic representation of Triarch's finish colors and is offered as a sales aid only to select a range of colors for the final selection.
This web-based color chart shall not be used for final color selection as color differences may occur from one computer to another.
Approval of pigmented product for project installation should only be made from physical samples or mock ups of each finish type and selected texture. Samples and mock ups shall be prepared using the same tools and techniques proposed for the actual installation by the applicator/contractor.

Triarch Color Chart
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3001
Cool White
592A
Sky Violet
378B
Popcorn
331A
Baby Pink
404B
Shrimp

369B
Basketweave
396
Alabaster

100
White

103
Natural White
114
Mauve
301A
Serenity
342
Serenade
312B
Dusty Pink
405B
Georgia Peach
368B
Parchment
6010
Warm White
110
Van Dyke
370B
Villa Tan
376
Coppertone
333
Tan Rob
332B
Kay’s Blush
406B
Peachy Dee
6015
Oyster
500
Howard White
113
Amarillo White
139
Adobe Accent
371
Ginger
340
Malibu
353A
Madison Way
413B
Apricot
321B
Afterglow
463A
Steph’s Mood
376T
Urban
375
Spice Tan
2201
Warm Sand
350B
Tropic Way
359A
Mole
415B
Baked Meringue
6001
White Blush
473A
Sand
106
Pearl Ash
390
Toasted Marshmallow
338
Bisque
319A
Indian Corn
358A
Mission Brown
412B
Phoenix
442
Cotton
310
China White
105
Mushroom
372
Toasted Almond
374B
Fudge
344B
Briane
355A
Mucky Duck
416B
Sanibel Sun
414C
Porcelain
525
Pasta
142
Spectrum Brown
5401
Parma
336
Coffee Bean
326
Dried Rose
345
Acorn
417B
Indian Apple
385A
Sandpiper
107
Sunset Yellow
616
King’s Gray
391B
Burnt Oak
337
Stucco Brown
2251
Mountain Eve
356
Red Clay
408B
Moccasin
403
Doeskin
456
Oyster Shell
617A
Winter Eve
3431
Cimarron
327
Mocha
318
Brown Flair
346
Patchwood
418B
Fall Foliage
395
Fawn
5000
Light Kaki
618
Antique Gray
4210
Irish Cream
306
Swiss Mocha
324
Cranberry Cream
347A
Winter Brown
409B
Peach Seed
388B
Arcade
2010
Easy Buff
615A
Tattletale
392B
Coconut Shell
305
Plum
314
Misty Mauve
316A
Rusty
410B
Indian Clay
431
Honey Beige
1530
Sea Biscuit
614
Smoke Signal
382
Tamale
307
Imperial
329A
Currant
348A
Wassail
419A
Bronze Tan
399
Coffee Milk
474A
Pastel Green
1700
Smoke
393
Chocolate Fizz
317
Pine Cone
320B
Pink Pearls
365A
Irish Coffee
420A
Tropic Tan
3410
Fortune Cookie
400T
Antique White
365
Cable
394
Earthware
304
Fieldstone
313
Raspberry Ice
5800
Adobe Bark
421B
Sweet Potato Pie
389
Southern Tan
444A
Caramel
325
Pinstripe
2160
British Tan
308
Mink
330
Coral Buff
335A
Siesta
367A
Maple Sugar
398B
Powder Tan
2225
Suede
104
Dover Sky
384
Caramel Apple
309
Autumn Sky
322
Allie’s Mauve
363A
Allspice
397B
Pebble Stone
377B
Malt
462
Almond
2800
Mist
302
Beth
613B
Overcast
323
Crown Jewel
334
Stable Brown
115
Beach
108
Manor White
112
Sandlewood Beige
5105
Old Paper
423A
French Vanilla
432A
Chiffon
483B
Anne
492A
Mint Tone
628
White Haze
3101
Artic Ice
593
Prom Lilac
435A
Sundance
433A
Cream Puff
470B
Celery Seed
484A
Honey Dew
522
Lite Gray
582
Diamond Blue
561A
Wave Blue
601
Lavender
5110
Dijon
434A
Chloe
465B
Heirloom
494A
Glade Green
512
Green Frost
629
Green Onion
581A
Blue Sky
637A
New England Blue
439A
Satin Gold
441A
Captiva
480A
Lakewood
491B
Early Moss
523
Gray Mist
572A
Powder Blue
575
Dutch Blue
590
Periwinkle
430
Hot Chocolate
440A
Nacho
476A
Arcadia
490A
Cabbage Green
493B
Celery
603A
Winter Gray
2221
Robbins Egg
585A
Winter Blue
424A
Honey Gold
475A
Bean Sprout
437A
Antique Gold
485A
Green Grape
503B
Lime Sherbet
602A
Dawn Gray
606A
Atlantis
596
Berry-Berry
436A
Pot Of Gold
471
Beige
468A
Prairie
486A
Parrot
514A
Sea Green
542
Hannah’s Blue
577A
Blue Bell
589
Nassau Blue
5251
Tuscan Sun
481A
Clay
467A
Briarpatch
500A
Sea Spray
506
Aspen Green
562
Alaska Snow
608A
Cobalt
588
Uniform Blue
426A
Golden Harvest
457B
Whole Wheat
460
Muddy Water
487A
Artichoke
507A
Arbor Green
521A
Parakeet
607A
Brighton Blue
587A
Spanish Eyes
3040
Honey
461
Toast
447
Boston Cream
497B
Snow Pea
518A
Winter Green
535
Blue Waters
578
Midnight Blue
598
Violet
429
Teakwood
458
Parfait
451
Calahan
488A
Avocado
519A
Pine Green
537A
Bermuda Blue
558A
Blue Shadow
635
Indigo Blue
401A
Pretzel
448
Bavarian Wood
477A
Army Green
4300
Grass
517B
Forest Green
536A
Blue Green
3402
Lock Blue
634A
Granite Gray
400
French Toast
466A
Green Wood
2330
Sage
496A
Pea Pod
527
Brushed Gray
553A
Robin Egg Blue
624A
Stamp Gray
633A
Battleship
117
Colonial Tan
438B
Mustard
479
Seaweed
489A
Olive
528
Citation
516A
Seascape
622B
Gray Flannel
636
Steel Blue
383
Honey Twist
445
Chamois
1200
London Fog
499A
Watercress
529A
Hurricane Gray
530A
Metal Gray
623A
Gray Steele
632A
Gray Smoke
381
Monastery

Brown
446A
Tarnished Gold
526B
Fern Ridge
495A
Sweet Clover
525A
Gray Barn
531B
Pearl Gray
621
Whale Gray
625
Mercedes
450A
Clover
459A
Camel
453A
Stainless
501B
Green Freeze
515A
Catalina
552A
Blue Foam
620
Pewter
631A
Silver
131
Gull Gray
428B
Russet
2700
Pumice
504B
Sea Breeze
533A
Sky Cap
534A
Traditional Blue
619A
Foggy Day
626A
Cloudy Day
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Triarch Products and StratoTone™ High Performance Colorants

Triarch products combine color and texture to provide finishes that make a statement, be it subtle, elegant, bold or sassy. Additionally we engineer our products to meet sustainable building practices. Most Triarch pigmented products utilize the StratoTone system; a VOC and APEO free pigment system that provides high performance and environmental sensitivity. StratoTone pigments provide exceptional resistance to fading caused by UV exposure, weathering , time and repeated washing . Bleach and most common detergent-based cleaning compounds will not affect Triarch materials using StratoTone pigments. See individual product cleaning instructions for proper cleaning techniques.

The following products use the StratoTone Pigment Package:

Duroplex® Faulux®
Plexture® Collection of Joy™
FRESCO 2™ Spatula Stuhhi® Venetian Plasters (see separate color chart)

StratoTone pigments are completely compatible with near neutral pH coatings and the higher pH found in our lime based finishes, such as Spatula Stuhhi and Spirito Libero branded Venetian Plaster products.
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Color Perception = gloss, texture and lighting affect perceived color

Gloss level and texture are perhaps two of the greatest variables that may affect the perceived color. Imagine the highly polished hood of a black luxury car compared to soft unpolished black leather. Both may be the same color, but their color appearance is dramatically altered by the degree of gloss; potentially causing the belief that one color is lighter than the other.

So too does lighting affect perceived color. Incandescent , fluorescent, halogen, and natural daylight all affect color. Upon request Triarch will perform color matched under prescribed lighting conditions. LRV testing is also available for project specifications.
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Color Terminology

Hue: The first element commonly identified when classifying one color from another is "hue" - the name of the color. Color wheels typically display several hue divisions: primary hue, complementary hues, warm and cool hues.

Value: The amount of white or black in a color. More specifically, value measures the amount of lightness or darkness of a color compared to a neutral gray scale that extends from absolute white to middle gray to absolute black. Light reflectance value (LVR) is a measurement of this value. The three terms often associated with this "value" are "shade, tint and tone". a shade is obtained when only black is added to any given hue. A tint is obtained when only white is added to any given hue. A tone is a hue that has had both white and black (gray) added to it.

Chroma: Indicates the amount of pure pigment saturation of a color. The chroma of a color is the pure form; any addition of another color reduces chroma. Some of the words used to describe strong chroma colors may be: rich, saturated, electric, loud and vibrant.

Mock-ups: Recommended: Successful installations start with a successful mock-up. Insist on mock-ups created by the installation contractor by writing the requirements into any specification. Air pressure, orifice size, application thickness and the distance of the spray gun from the substrate must remain constant in order to achieve a uniform appearance. For these reasons, installation quality control standards must be established by a job site mock-up using the proper products and using the same techniques which are employed on the particular project. The mock-up should be approved by the appropriate design authority prior to allowing the project installation.

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