This uplifting colour is inspired by the interplay of sunlight and architectural forms. Bredgade makes reference to one of the most prominent streets in Copenhagen, Denmark. A street lined with heritage mansions, the Rococo masterpiece The Marble Church with its golden detailing, the city’s main square and the Kastellet fort. St. Leo’s honey toned Bredgade colour celebrates the moment the afternoon sun meets these beautiful buildings, transforming from a soft beige to a radiant yellow tone. Bredgade provides the same warming quality to any interior surface it is applied to.