Inspired by culture and derived from nature, St. Leo creates premium, eco-friendly finishes that elevate the experience of architectural spaces. Established in Denmark in 2019, St. Leo draws upon Scandinavian heritage and craftsmanship to produce contemporary paint and plaster from the finest natural minerals with a focus on sustainability, tactility and understated elegance.
The St. Leo team works with an innovative spirit throughout the process, pushing the limits of raw materials and technology with a goal to deliver beautiful and durable wall coverings for small creative projects, interior spaces and large commercial buildings. St. Leo is founded on a passion for collaboration and is fortunate to work with a community of industry-leading interior designers, architects and creatives to develop bespoke, site-specific solutions from an almost limitless colour spectrum.
From our Copenhagen headquarters and studio, St. Leo designs and produces two collections of architectural finishings: Dolomite Plaster offers 16 pre-mixed interior plasters crafted from premium, sustainable materials for rich colour profiles and a variety of elegant textures, and the Original Pigments collection comprises three wall and ceiling paints and three wood and metal paints in a variety of finishes.


Dolomite Plaster

19 Colours

Original Pigments

16 Colours

Colour Concept

St. Leo’s colours and textures are informed by timeless façades, streets and interiors around the globe. From the raw stone structures of French monasteries to the subtly textured walls of Italian masserias. St. Leo takes inspiration from such places, transferring their atmosphere to new interior realms. In this way, a room finished with St. Leo has the power to transport the inhabitant to a distant world. Warm terracotta hues such as Rue Loubet channel classic Parisian buildings, while light grey Herluf Trolles Gade recalls the Baroque architecture of Copenhagen. Each colour in the Dolomite Plaster and Original Pigments collection carries the name of the place it was inspired by, along with the rich stories found in that corner of the world.

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COLOUR STUDY 14: Slate, Cerulean & Sky

date: 30/11/20



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