North Brink Grey, Putti and Ulla are grey-greens that provide a harmonious neutral colour scheme when used in combination.
Hidey Hole was discovered at George Bernard Shaw’s Hertfordshire residence in a small hut where Shaw found the tranquillity to write. With turquoise undertones, it works perfectly as an elegant all over scheme.
The deep green-blue of Harley Green was found in the Library of Wimpole Hall, the largest house in Cambridge. Combine with Tea with Florence for a contemporary kitchen scheme.
Ho Ho Green is perfect for use both within the home and to provide a warm welcome on the exterior of a property. The shade was originally depicted within the mythical Ho Ho birds in the hand-painted Chinese wallpaper at Nostell Priory.
The bright Sage & Onions is the original colour of the garden gate at Beatrix Potter’s farm. Add a colour highlight to this bold finish with a stripe of Tea with Florence.