A Masterful Match

It took years of color-analysis trials for Pittsburgh Paints to match the hues Frank Lloyd Wright originally selected for Fallingwater, his 1939 masterpiece built above a stream in Mill Run, Pennsylvania. But you can now achieve the same results in the time it takes to apply two coats: the company’s new line of commercial paints—available without VOCs—faithfully replicates 13 distinctive shades found in and around the historic house.

To see the complete color pallete, click here.

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