PeterFell’s dreamy new pastel concrete range offers the perfect excuse to embrace soft colour

There is something about coloured concrete that makes you stop and look. Think about LA’s infamous Paul Smith wall or Majorca’s Neuendorf House. It has an arresting effect, transforming something that usually feels stoic and industrial into something that carries a unique presence, and serves to deliver intrigue and dimension.

Known for harnessing the potential of coloured concrete like no one else, PeterFell has cultivated a stellar reputation for its tonal slabs. Already offering a number of bold shades that create attention-grabbing spaces, PeterFell is taking this one step further with the release of its new pastel range.

Offering pastel-coloured concrete in six new shades, PeterFell’s latest collection will work to create dreamy, utopian spaces that stand out against the stark minimalism we so often see trending in design.

Thanks to the use of Aalborg white cement providing a starting point that is significantly lighter than normal, PeterFell was able to achieve a range of true pastels, just as they should be — soft, chalky and perfectly-pigmented. From the cool, dusty tones of Spearmint and Bluebell to the faded, pinky hues of Peach and Blush, PeterFell’s new concrete is giving us the best excuse we’ve had in a while to fill our homes with colour.

Clockwise from left: Lavender; Bluebell; Spearmint; Buttercup; Blush; Peach

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