The historic Totara Country Lodge in Whangaroa Harbour, New Zealand. Varying strengths of Resene Parchment (light beige neutral) used on the exterior help the building blend with the surrounding nature.

Resene Products in Action is a collection of case studies about Resene products used on projects all over New Zealand and Australia

The Crown Roller Mills building in Dunedin, New Zealand was purpose built in 1867 to house a steam-driven flour mill. Looking impressive with all architectural details picked out.

Resene Products in Action is a collection of case studies about Resene products used on projects all over New Zealand and Australia

Protected historic Buckingham Street in Arrowtown, New Zealand.

In Arrowtown celebrates the anniversary oif the discovery of gold in the Arrow River, an event that triggered the gold rush and was the basis of early Arrowtown.

Built in 1898, The Northern Steamship Company building in Auckland, New Zealand.

Built in The Northern Steamship Company building in Auckland, New Zealand.

Escape Glass, the former Masonic Lodge in Invercargill. New Zealand.  One of Invercargill's oldest buildings, built in 1869. Finished in varying strengths of Resene Truflle (soft warm beige) and Resene Mondo (complex grey green).

Escape Glass, the former Masonic Lodge in Invercargill. New Zealand. One of Invercargill's oldest buildings, built in Finished in varying strengths of Resene Truflle (soft warm beige) and Resene Mondo (complex grey green).

Papakura railway station in Auckland, New Zealand. Built in 1922. New exterior colour palette based on the discovered paint layers found on the old building during an in depth paint analysis.

Papakura railway station in Auckland, New Zealand. Built in New exterior colour palette based on the discovered paint layers found on the old building during an in depth paint analysis.

Auckland City Markets building, New Zealand. Opened in 1918 and finished in a tasteful neutral Resene colour palette.

Auckland City Markets building, New Zealand. Opened in 1918 and finished in a tasteful neutral Resene colour palette.

Thomas Battle designed building in Wanganui, New Zealand. Built in 1920. Finished in varying strenghts of Resene Napa (grey beige neutral).

Thomas Battle designed building in Wanganui, New Zealand. Built in Finished in varying strenghts of Resene Napa (grey beige neutral).

Patrick Street state houses in Petone, New Zealand were the first state houses built in the world in 1905.

Patrick Street state houses in Petone, New Zealand were the first state houses built in the world in

Regent Theatre in Dunedin, New Zealand.  Impressive architectural ceiling.

Regent Theatre in Dunedin, New Zealand.

BNZ building in Akaroa, New Zealand. Built initially as s single storey Italianate building in 1875 and with a second storey added in 1905. Finished in a palette of colours from Resene Karen Walker Paints collection.

BNZ building in Akaroa, New Zealand. Built initially as s single storey Italianate building in 1875 and with a second storey added in Finished in a palette of colours from Resene Karen Walker Paints collection.

101 year old Harlequin Rugby Club in Timaru, New Zealand. Looking fantastic finished in Resene Colins Wicket (ochre green) and Resene Lonestar (dark red). Click on the image and check out the before picture, it shows the amazing transformation colours can name!

The Harlequin Rugby Club colours of yellow and red are carefully incorporated into the new look while still paying homage to the traditional heritage styling of their headquartrs building

75 Queen Street in Auckland City, New Zealand. Highly decorative architectural features look great in Resene Ironsand (brown grey) and Resene Dark Buff (ginger brown) against Resene Double Wheatfield (greened neutral) walls.

Resene Paints products in action projects.

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