symmetry+ junior Colour Range
The selection of colours for play equipment is an important part of the design process, and should take into account the proposed user group and the surrounding environment. Timber components can be left their natural colour which will weather to grey, or alternatively can be supplied with a protective coating in the standard Old Gold colour (other colours also available on request). Powder coat colours of the steel elements can be selected below and forms a basis for coordinating colours for other accessories to be selected as also shown below. Powder coat colours have been grouped into themes to aid selection, however the combinations possible are extensive. Specific complete colour schemes are also available for review on request.
Power Coat Colours
The colours below have been selected because they are popular in outdoor playground equipment applications. However, a large range of powder coat colours is available, although in some cases additional lead times and costs may be involved. It is most important to recognise that all colours fade over time, but that bright, bold or strong colours will show most noticeably (especially reds). When selecting colours (including out standard colours) please consider the effect of fading on the long term appearance of your playground as colour variations are not covered under powder coating warranties.
Earth Tone Theme
Other Popular Colours
Corrugated Sheet Colours
Where a roof is constructed from corrugated sheet, Colorbond®BSL steel colours are available and a selection of the most popular colours is shown below.
HDPE Plastic Colours
The most commonly available HDPE colours are shown below, however variations may apply from time to time.
Rotomoulded Plastic and Fibreglass Colours
Colours are available for rotomoulded plastic and fibreglass components to match most common powder coat colours.