Introducing The Little Book of Colour

 

The Little Book of Colour

 

For a more hands-on approach to interior design, you can now order a copy of our new colour tool, the 'Little Book of Colour.'
Described by MD David Mottershead as “colour consultancy in your pocket”, the Little Book of Colour will hold your hand, whether simply selecting the right ceiling colour or designing a fully coordinating, confident and personal scheme. Homeowners wanting to create a calm, harmonious interior can refer to each colour’s ‘related whites’ and ‘related neutrals’.

The Pigment Guide identifies the key raw ingredients within each shade and illustrates whites and neutrals with common pigmentation, creating proven combinations that are scientifically guaranteed to work.

Moreover, a selection of ‘coordinating colours’ is shown; these shades are tonally-related and serve to give depth to a room scheme, without being overpowering. For the more confident designer, ‘contrasting accents’ are also suggested for adding highlights to schemes, alongside ‘related dark’ hues to achieve drama and impact.
David Mottershead admits, “Colour runs through my veins but, just like everyone else, I have indecisive moments when picking colour combinations from the comprehensive array we have on offer. We’ve produced this guide to imbue our customers with a confidence in the colour combinations they are instinctively drawn to – and to find the courage to use combinations they might not otherwise have thought of!”

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