From the discovery of old hand-engraved tools used to decorate the walls, found for a case in an Eastern country, a work adventure has begun... A passion is born and the need to use know the techniques of colors, stealing the secret of the trade from the observation of artisans and restorers of the roller decoration. The keystone is a stay in London and the knowledge of David Oliver, guru of color and creator of Paint Library. The result of this experience is the opening, in 2003, of a shop, in a characteristic street of the Prati district with the evocative name of Bludiprussia.
Prussian blue is a dark blue pigment used in paints and a time in technical drawings. It was discovered casually in Berlin in 1704 by Diesbach and Dippe and owes its name to the base of the blue dye of the Prussian army uniforms.
Bludiprussia is, without a doubt, the place par excellence in Rome and, perhaps in Italy, with the widest choice of wall paintings: there are 5 brands of the world's best paintings and 3 different tintometers to mix bases and pigments, water-based paints and enamels.
With the passage of time, we have added products that are always the result of careful and careful research: fabrics for curtains and upholstery, wallpapers of British and Northern European brands with proposals ranging from the most classic to the most contemporary and of sure impact visual, to close the offer of the products have added colored cements, resins and lime paints.
Bludiprussia also organizes training sessions aimed at applicators, coaching programs for interior design retailers, and Bludiprussia offers consulting services on the use of color for small and large projects.