Creating smart environments for places of learning
Schools, colleges and universities are unique places. Their environment has to be conducive to learning and stimulating to the senses, yet durable enough to withstand a constant daily flow of heavy traffic. That presents severe challenges when choosing decorative products and colour schemes, and nobody is better placed than we are to help you meet those challenges.
We have a proven track record in the education sector. First and foremost, we understand the pressures you face to get the right result. We also understand how staff and students engage with the building, positively or otherwise. And of course we know how crucial it is for you to keep costs down by minimising the need for maintenance and redecoration.
How we can help you
Our Specifier Account Managers, education experts and colour designers are on hand to help you choose the most suitable products, create appropriate colour schemes and achieve results that balance a stimulating environment with practicality.
We're here to help
If you're looking for ideas and support for helping choose the right colours and products for your academic institution, look no further. Dulux Trade has a range of tools and solutions to help you every step of the way from colour scheming tools to product selection assistance. The videos below show how we're here to help you bring your educational spaces to life.
Part one - Colour
Along with some useful tips on using colour effectively in schools and universities, this video covers the breadth of colour support tools available to Specifiers working in the Education Sector. It includes information on apps and web tools available for everyone looking after educational buildings, from Head Teachers to architects designing new-build schools.
Part two - Technical
This video provides help identifying the most durable paints for corridors, classrooms or student accommodation, how to find reliable painting contractors, as well as specific specialist paints of particular relevance to professionals looking after educational buildings, from Head Teachers to architects designing new-build schools. It also provides some key pointers to achieving great long term decorative results but in a sustainable way.