Dulux colours of New Zealand Inspiration…

Waipukurau, Kawerau, Whakapapa, Ngawai , Patea, Matakana, Moteuka,  Rangataua, Tanemahuta, Awatere, Glentui, Morere, Ruahine, Whangaroa, Oneroa, Kaikoura, Kaituna, Te Awamutu, Porangahau, Tamaki, Houhora, Kereta, Matapouri, Marahau, Takaka, Tirimoana, Mapua, Awaroa, Te Rapa, Koromiko, Rarangi, Te Anau, Mahia, Raurimu, Hakatere, Matamata, Kopu, Pohangina, Meremere, Rawene, Piha, Manukau, Kaiapoi, Moawhango, Pounawea, Akitio, Okarito, Remeura, Matata, Maheno, Torere, Arataki, Aranui, Muriwai, Makaraka, Ohai, Te Ngaere, Rakaia, Riwaka, Tirau, Nuhaka,

Ruby Bay, Tokomaru Bay, Aotea Quay, Arrow Rive, Mokai Canyon, Greta Valley, Amodeo Bay, Aro Street, Vivian Street, Nile Street, Courtenay Place, Torrent Bay, Karaka Bay, Huka Falls, Otaki Forks, Lake Aviemore, Lake Rotomohana, Millers Flat, Dusky Bay, Pohara Beach, Conway Flat, St Kilda, Caroline Bay, Pearl Island, Mt Eden, Mt Bruce, Virginia Lake, Ahipara Quarter, Cardrona Quarter, Aoraki Quarter, Aniwaniwa Quarter, St Clair quarter,Karehana Bay, Mason Bay, Islington Bay, Mavora Quarter, Moa Flat,

Ranfurly (Otago), Cheviot, Riverton, Carterton, Zalatown, Huntly, Selwyn, Ellerslie, Roseneath, Kelburn, Napier, Havelock North, Waverley, Lindale, Eltham, Albury, Thames, Sawdon, Raglan, Russell, Trentham, Pandora, Roxburgh, Morven, Fitzroy, Wadestown, Warrington, Geraldine, Methven, Milton, Denniston, Amberley, Avalon, Reefton, Lincoln, Fairlie, Kinleith, Wesley, Linton, Marton, Whitby, Murchison, Kingston, Franz Josef, Levin, Carrick, Khandallah,

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  1. 1

    SarahInJune said,

    Ohai is cool, although i’m hearing it like someone saying “Oh, Hi!” 🙂

    Franz Joseph would make a fabulous name. I’ve never been partial to Joseph but this combo might just steal a place on my list. Franz would be a great way to honor grandma as well.

    Whitby would be a cool way of getting to Whit. is Levin pronounced “LAY vin” “

    • 2

      babynamelover said,

      I think its Oh-Hay- cause the i is an e sound, Māori language is slightly confusing. But must people would probably say Oh-hi- sounds like Ohio almost!
      Franz Josef is a cool place! Whitby vs Whittaker? Levin is lee-vin? but I guess you could say it the other way too 🙂 like Leyton- Lay- tin

  2. 3

    Bewildertrix said,

    Whitby SUCKS! The suburb, not necessarily the name 😛

    Levin blows too. It’s said LEH vin. Short e.

  3. 5

    brooke said,

    lol is Franz Josef really a paint name? I’m originally from around there, that cracks me up.

    Ohai would be pronounced like oh-hi (or-hai more correctly). Oh-hey would be ohei.

    • 6

      babynamelover said,

      Yup Duluz paints 🙂 I went around and collected all the colours! How is Ohai Oh-hi when I thought the Māori i was e oh lol Hubby just reminded me that ai makes the I sound like Kai hehe so its Or-Hi cause the O is a Or sound too. LIke Heihei for chicken I get you now 🙂


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