Hymer are renowned for keeping their paint codes a closely guarded secret (heaven knows why!) If you don't get any luck with a dealer, try locating a paint supplier with a matching service, take your Hymer there and get it matched, buy a half litre or so in ready to use water based paint and give that to your repairer or bodyshop. If you have a branch of LKQ coatings near you try them.
not sure how old yours is, but our champagne Hymer colour more closely resembles a battenburg cake than a glass of champagne, I don't think we have 2 panels the same and none have even been repainted from new
best of luck, but I reckon your local car parts that mixes paint has the best chance of matching the colour
Although Hymer describe the colour of our 2012 b585 as being champagne, the rear bumper (which was in need of a little TLC) looks a silver grey. I took our Hymer down to LKQ in Norwich and with their spectrometer the colour match came back with a match to “Suzuki ODE Satalite Silver” The guy who did the repair for me went a bought half litre tin for the job and never charged me any extra, so it couldn't have cost very much and as you see from the before and after pics, it was a near perfect match.
Thank you all for your replies. We were following a car & box trailer on the autoroute & a sheet of metal flew out of the trailer and hit the front of our van. The paintwork is in need of a little tlc.
I tried Travelworld for my Hymer which is described as grey but is a bit more slick bronze. They said that they do not give out paint codes as after the vans are painted UV degrades the colour so a match would be difficult. If you look at the side of our van there is a mishmash of shades between the side panels and locker doors.
I spoke to a chap at a paint shop that is doing a repair pn ours and he said they match the colour by polishing. The biggest problem is the water based paint which he said is awful to use.