As always, The Socialite Family is here to help you decorate your interiors, and now we have developed our first palette of paint colours. And we have created a colour chart for each family of colours to inspire you and help you to visualise your painting project!
The Socialite Family and Mériguet-Carrère Paris, a collaboration that celebrates colour and contrast
Inextricably linked with The Socialite Family since its establishment - in 2013 - colours and materials play an essential part in our everyday collection of furniture, accessories and lighting fixtures. Developing our very own palette of coloured products and a textured wallpaper was, for us, an essential and obvious next step towards helping you even more with the composition of your interiors.
Since the 1960s, Mériguet-Carrère Paris has been offering unique ranges of paints that draw upon their inherited expertise in the traditional skills of the seventeenth century. Original colours of high-quality composition, developed to comply with the most demanding environmental standards, and which have excellent covering power, guaranteeing ease of application and top-quality finishes.
Driven by a shared desire to blend our two worlds and the excitement of creating new ways to express ourselves, our two companies have joined forces to devise a limited palette with an identity that tells a story. It's a story about three families of colours with evocative names - Realists - Dadaists - Modernists - each composed of three shades that blend together perfectly. A ready-to-use solution, to follow or to experiment with on your own. And complemented by a textured wallpaper with a roughcast effect that gives even more life to your walls.
The colour chart that guides and inspires you as you bring your projects to fruition!
The Socialite Family has created a colour chart for each family to help you choose and combine our colours and decorate your home. An envelope contains swatches of the three colours in A5 format as well as a sample of our textured painting paper. A simple tool punctuated with inspiring images to help you imagine and create the interior of your desires!
Those with the most classic tastes will use a single colour to decorate a section of the living room wall. The more adventurous will use an entire colour family for an original entrance hall, while the most daring will combine one colour from each family.
Now it' s up to you to compose your scheme and set your creativity free!