The colours and finishes for this style have been based on the characteristics of the Appaloosa horse breed. The colour palette is generally warm grey with accent colours ranging from dark charcoal to lighter, cement coloured tones. The main floor tile is a light grey slightly textured tile with the accent tile in dark charcoal grey. The bedroom carpet colour is a wool blend of charcoal, taupe and grey and the accent wallpaper in the study nook has a dark grey leatherette effect. Textures are kept more industrial and clean cut with a direction more towards cooler shades of greys and taupe. The feature listello tile in the kitchen and showers is a surprising contrast of black and white alternating pattern which offsets the calm, neutral colour palette. There is a restrained industrial approach to this style with the introduction of steel cupboard handles, cement wall studs and a cooler grey-toned colour palette.
The Design direction has been conceptualised on the colouring and imagery of the Palomino horse breed. The general colour palette is a combination of warmer tones of chocolate brown, tan, taupes and creams. The main floor tile is slightly textured in a deep cappuccino colour with an accent tile in high gloss cream. There is a play on textures introduced by full-bodied porcelain splashback tile in the kitchen and textured specialised feature wall paint in the bedrooms. Bedroom carpets are a mottled combination of tan / beige wool blend and the study nook has a leatherette feature wallpaper in dark chocolate brown. The overall feel for this style is more of a rustic, farmhouse feel with an accent on textures and different combinations of natural materials and colours.