Whether you’re drawn to strong, grounding tones that invite and envelop, or powdery hues that soothe and soften, there’s a scheme to suit your style.
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The bluer undertones of this dark hue transform rooms into dramatic and enveloping interior spaces such as this one.
A deep, dark green, Studio Green grounds this living space complete with pattern and colour.
Oval Room Blue is a darkened historic blue which has added depth to this living space.
One of our Warm Neutrals, Pointing has a red undertone to it which creates the prettiest of spaces when used on walls and always softens the feel of a room.
Featuring Chine Green walls and a Clunch ceiling, @fleurdeforce's stunning cinema room perfectly balances comfort with elegance to create a timeless snug that you'll never want to leave.
Strong but subdued, Duck Green is the perfect backdrop to this book collection.
Oval Room Blue is the most blackened of our blues, giving it a subtly aged feel which grounds this living room.
French Gray is really much more green than grey, but characterfully flits between the two depending on the light and time of day, reading very classic in this living room.
he green undertones of this timeless, deep and dramatic blue means it sits as happily in small dark rooms and pairs well with equally bold furniture.
Perfect for those who want to embrace stronger colour in the home, Bancha's sober tone creates rooms that feel calm and serene - especially when combined with soft pinks and browns as shown here.
Arsenic has a lively, stimulating feel especially paited here with Nancy's Blushes.
A smoky green blue, this colour was popular in interiors during the late 19th century.
Perfect for those who want to embrace stronger colour in the home, its sober tone creates rooms that feel calm and serene.
The green undertones of this timeless, deep and dramatic blue means it sits as happily outside as it does in small dark rooms.
With its inherently happy feel, Bothy Blue is a brilliant wall colour for family rooms.
A great alternative to charcoal, use it to inject a hint of colour into a super contemporary home or create a dark and intimate feel.
Like denim, its blue hue is ultimately fashionable and yet always feels grounded.
Neither too yellow, nor too grey, Drop Cloth is the traditional name for the indispensable painter's dust sheet which this muted colour embodies.
Cornforth White is the mid tone in the group of Relaxed Neutrals which are totally understated and extremely versatile.
Down Pipe, a dark lead grey, has definite blue undertones to it which deepen the complexity of the finish.
The subtle green base of our Light Gray brings an unsurpassed depth of colour when used on walls.
A modern colour with a traditional character. Neither brown nor green, the mysterious tone of Pantalon changes in different light conditions.