OLYMPIC Paints and Stains Announces Sponsorship of THIS OLD HOUSE Cottage at Cloudland Station

CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP, Pa.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The OLYMPIC® Paints and Stains brand today announced its
partnership with THIS OLD HOUSE® magazine for the 2015 This
Old House
Cottage at Cloudland Station.

The cozy-yet-modern 1,950-square-foot Craftsman-style cottage is a show
house that sits amid a 450-acre community near Lookout Mountain,
Georgia. Olympic Paints and Stains provided more than 125 gallons
of paint and stain for the home in various soothing neutral tones, as
well as classic pops of color.

“We love the rich and varied palette of the cottage. Consumers can
easily recreate this home’s look by balancing bright, cheerful hues like
yellow, green and blue with subtle neutrals such as taupe and grey,”
said Lia Gancas, senior brand manager, Olympic brand of PPG
Architectural Coatings. “In addition to a beautiful palette, the Olympic
Paints and Stains brand offers high-quality, durable coatings that
withstand wear for years to come.”

Refined neutrals, which transform along with the day’s light, lend
warmth to the cozy, Craftsman-style bungalow. Using Olympic ONE®
paint for the interior and exterior surfaces, the home’s palette
includes varying shades of grey, including Quill (D16-2), Stormy Weather
(D16-3), Submarine (D64-5) and Whispering Wind (D16-1), paired with
scrumptious tans such as Crumb Cookie (C20-1), Toasted Almond (D13-2),
Cornmeal (B12-2) and Butter (A11-3). These tones tie in seamlessly with
the exterior stain – Olympic ELITE WOODLAND OIL®
coating in Mountain Cedar, which is a transparent, medium-toned brown
that offers durability and exceptional ultraviolet (UV) resistance,
according to Gancas.

Punches of color used in the cottage give a fresh take on an otherwise
neutral palette, with blues such as Chinese Porcelain (C52-5), the
exterior siding color, and Castile (C56-5), Gone Bananas (A11-5) yellow,
and greens such as Asparagus (B68-5), Aloe Vera (B68-2) and Cactus
Blossom (C62-1).

“We encourage homeowners to pick their paint palettes after choosing
larger furniture and décor items to ensure a complementary and cohesive
color scheme, which is exactly what we did at the Cottage at Cloudland
Station,” said Yvonne McFadden of Yvonne McFadden Interiors, designer of
the This Old House Cottage at Cloudland Station. “The greens and
blues in our primary ground-floor fabrics tie in with the Aloe Vera and
Asparagus greens and Chinese Porcelain blue used on the exterior of the
home. These colors add a crisp youthfulness to the home.”

Look for the Olympic brand and the This Old House Cottage
at Cloudland Station extensively in the 2015 November/December issue of This
Old House
magazine and on the magazine’s website.

Olympic Paints and Stains is a brand of PPG Architectural
Coatings, a business of PPG Industries, the world’s leading coatings
company. Olympic Paints and Stains can be found at LOWE’S®
locations across the U.S.

To learn more about the Olympic Paints and Stains brand, visit www.olympic.com.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Images of the This Old House Cottage at
Cloudland Station are available for download via the online newsroom at http://ow.ly/UczWe
– click on each photo to open it larger in a new window, then right
click on the larger image to “Save image as…” for later use.

About PPG Architectural Coatings

PPG Architectural Coatings, U.S. and Canada, is an industry leader in
residential and commercial coatings, delivering the latest technologies
and operational advancements through its strong portfolio of brands. It
is a business of PPG Industries, the world’s leading coatings company,
and manufactures and sells interior and exterior paints, stains, caulks,
repair products, adhesives and sealants for homeowners and
professionals. Its distribution network includes more than 15,000
touchpoints through company-owned stores, independent dealer locations
and all major home improvement centers across the U.S. and Canada. For
more information, visit PPGAC.com.


PPG Industries’ vision is to continue to be the world’s leading coatings
company by consistently delivering high-quality, innovative and
sustainable solutions that customers trust to protect and beautify their
products and surroundings. Through leadership in innovation,
sustainability and color, PPG provides added value to customers in
construction, consumer products, industrial and transportation markets
and aftermarkets to enhance more surfaces in more ways than does any
other company. Founded in 1883, PPG has global headquarters in
Pittsburgh and operates in more than 70 countries around the world.
Reported net sales in 2014 were $15.4 billion. PPG shares are traded on
the New York Stock Exchange (symbol: PPG). For more information, visit www.ppg.com
and follow @PPGIndustries
on Twitter.

The PPG logo is a registered trademark and Bringing innovation
to the surface
is a trademark of PPG Industries Ohio, Inc. Olympic,
and Woodland Oil are registered trademarks of PPG
Architectural Finishes, Inc. Lowe’s is a registered trademark of
LF, LLC. This Old House is a registered trademark of This Old
House Ventures, Inc.


PPG Industries, Inc.
Jamie Altman, 724-742-5599