Bandstand

This bright white is taken from the bandstand in Stanley Park, Blackpool’s 390 acre Grade II Listed public park designed by Thomas Mawson in 1926 and a favourite location amongst Blackpool residents.

A strong, contemporary neutral colour, it provides a clean, graphic finish when paired with strong shades like Arcade and pairs seamlessly with any of the twenty harmonising colours in the Painting The Town™ palette.

Available in
MARINE
GLOSS
EMULSION
MATT
SILK

Stanley Park

When it had been just the two of them for the first time, the panic set in, was the baby warm enough? Was he hungry? Tired? How did the pram fit together?
He preferred to take the baby out when it was quieter and to stay away from the areas where crowds gathered. Instead choosing to walk by the waterside, so they could feed the ducks.
This daily outing became part of their routine.
The pram soon became redundant, just like that the baby became a toddler who quickly learnt to walk and run.
And now, racing ahead of him, skateboard under his arm, the son he raised alone, is fearless.
see it in action

Palette Inspiration

Bandstand Co-ordinates

Alongside our ten core colour stories, we’ve also produced a capsule collection of 25 harmonising colours. Each of the subtle harmonising shades is inspired by the light and landscape of Blackpool’s ever-changing coastline.

All shades in the Painting The Town™ harmonising palette are available across the full range of finishes and at sizes 1L, 2.5L and 5L.

IN THE SHALLOWS

UPSURGE

ELECTRIC AIR

GUST

CLOUD SHIFT

WINDLASH

BRUISED CLAY

TEMPEST

FORECAST

SALTMARSH

BREAKING STORM

BRINE

MARRAM

CLOUDLESS

FLAT MIST

LOW TIDE

UNDERTOW

SWELL

FLOTSAM

BEACH

SHORELESS

STAGGERED LIGHT

BUCKLED SKY

BILLOW

FOAM SPATTER