Kelkay’s Rockin’ Colour spices up garden design trends for 2017

by | Dec 14, 2016 | News, Products | 0 comments


Kelkay are banking on 2017 indoor decor trends to spread out into the garden with their new and exciting range of aggregates in bright new shades. The new Kelkay Rockin’ colour range includes a cool Azure Blue, a hot Chili Red and a soothing Lime Green as well as a shiny Midnight Black, all of which are a departure from the more traditional natural shades in the Kelkay aggregates range.

According to Elle D?cor, a confident palette of dusky blues, spicy reds and lime greens will be inspiring our paint and soft furnishing choices next spring. So as the outdoor room has generally followed indoor trends in the past, we can also expect to see demand for bolder garden landscaping statements next spring and Rockin’ colour is ideally placed to meet consumer aspirations.

Antony Harker said: ?I?m delighted to have secured agreement with the owners of this unique technology and I think we are launching at exactly the right time to capitalise on an emerging trend for colour in the garden.?
Rockin’ colour aggregate is coated with a durable pigment that will last for years and is resistant to sunlight and frost. It?s ideal for creating colourful features in contemporary style gardens and will also appeal to those creating inspiring places for children.

Rockin’ colour is available in large bags with a recommended retail price of ?7.99 each or ?15 for two. The products can also be purchased in small handy bags at ?2.99 each ideal for indoor decorative use, or in bulk for home delivery when creating large scale landscape projects.

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