Crestron Colour Match allows you to create the best performing, highest quality shades with unparalleled colour customisation. Thanks to Crestron’s exclusive Colour Match service, roller shades are now available in any colour you desire. All you have to do is select a Pantone®, Sherwin Williams or Benjamin Moore colour code, or provide a physical sample and we’ll do the rest.

The Crestron Colour Match service is for both motorised and manual roller shades. It is available in fabrics with openness factors of 1,3,5 and 10% as well as blackout shades. It couldn’t be easier to have shades that integrate perfectly into your interior design scheme. No other manufacturer offers this level of customisation and flexibility – Create Beauty that Lasts


Crestron Pantone Colour Match. As individuals around the world become more fascinated with colour and realise its ability to convey deep messages and meanings, designers should feel empowered to use colour to inspire and influence. The Pantone Colour of the Year is one moment in time that provides strategic direction for the world of trend and design, reflecting the Pantone Colour Institute’s year-round work doing the same for designers.


Few design elements have as much impact as colour.
It can define a space, enhance a project’s best architectural details, make a property more marketable, and even influence wellness and productivity.
Colour is personal. We use it to customise our spaces and express our individuality. Over time, changes in colour trends are as natural as the change of seasons. Palettes and preferences shift and evolve — some are even specific to a particular region or city. Understanding and using colour thoughtfully and strategically can make a measurable impact on your home or design project.


Benjamin Moore’s annual celebration of colour is the result of a yearlong exploration into design, art, fashion, cultural and environmental influences around the globe. From Benjamin Moore’s library of over 3,500 colours, they carefully curate a Colour Trends palette that balances modern-day relevance with long-lasting appeal. At the centre is one special hue that defines the palette—and the moment: the Colour of the Year.