What Colour is Monument?

A deep charcoal grey is another ‘on trend’ colour. The finish offers a unique façade treatment that enables a building to stand alone. 

What Colour Is Monument?

Monument colour is a part of our latest Matt colour ranges. This is the colour that has been inspired by the deep tones of the Australian landscapes.

Choosing this colour will create a deep and vivid backdrop to your home. Greenery and bright coloured outdoor furniture will pop up against these dark coloured backgrounds.

We have a wide range of colours and shades to create whatever look you are inspired by. We have two main categories powder coated and timber look. Both ranges have the same Australian made quality. We have chosen colour names  that are inspired by particular Australian landscapes.

Monument colour is a dark shade of grey. Other shades of grey include: Ironstone, Basalt, Wallaby, Windspray, Woodland Grey, but also very light shades of grey, such as Dune and Shale Gray. If you are looking for alternatives to Monument or a grey tone to combine it with, check our our range of greys.

Monument is among the darkest grey Eurowood colours. If you want an even darker aluminium fabrication try Night Sky. It is almost entirely black. If that’s too dark for you, take a look into Woodland Grey or Ironstone. Ironstone has tones of blue that plays down the black, making it easier on the eye. Woodland Grey has tones of olives and eucalyptus in it and can keep your palate fresh and goes well with a natural environment.

If your looking for lighter tones, a better option Dune and Shale Grey. Dune is a warm grey colour that appears like sand and stone and it is a neutral colour that blends into the bushland areas. Shale Grey is also a light colour, but it is a cooler shade. It is the colour of mist and grey sand.

The ranges of grey are Basalt, Wallaby and Windspray. Shale Gray appears like mist, whereas Windspray is that same mist just on a cloudy day. Wallaby is in the same range of mid-level grey, but it has more of an earthy tone and less blue. Basalt is also among the most commonly used eurowood colours.

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