Paint Colour Of The Week – Peafowl

The Green Peafowl paint is one of nature’s most colourful birds, a close relation of the Peacock, and just like its country cousin the Peafowl really packs a mean punch when it comes to showing off a bold display of colour. So your walls are looking a little tired –…

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Peafowl – Fired Earth Paint
Hustle At 5pm – Fired Earth Paint
Peafowl – Fired Earth Paint
Hustle At 5pm – Fired Earth Paint
Peafowl – Fired Earth Paint
Hustle At 5pm – Fired Earth Paint
Peafowl – Fired Earth Paint
Hustle At 5pm – Fired Earth Paint
Peafowl – Fired Earth Paint
Hustle At 5pm – Fired Earth Paint

Paint Colour Of The Week – Hustle At 5pm

Commuting home in the hustle and bustle after 5pm would be bearable with a paint shade like this for company. First of all this colour gives you the impression of light and warmth and a room painted yellow seems larger and brighter. So if your living room is a bit…

Paint Colour Of The Week – Churlish Green By Farrow & Ball

Image Source Churlish Green is our paint colour of the week. It takes its name from the old English definition relating to simple peasant life. With its highly pigmented yellow base, this mid green creates a totally unique look which makes it a statement colour when contrasted with shades as…

Churlish Green is our paint colour of the week. It takes its name from the old English definition relating to simple peasant life.

Paint Colour Of The Week – Charlottes Locks By Farrow & Ball

Image Source Our paint colour of the week this week is Charlotte’s Locks. It takes its inspiration from the flame red hair of our Head of Creative and brings a playful late 1970s look. This deep and dramatic orange is particularly spectacular when used in small areas with a sharp…

Our paint colour of the week this week is Charlotte's Locks. It takes its inspiration from the flame red hair of our Head of Creative and brings a playful late 1970s look. This deep and dramatic orange is particularly spectacular when used in small areas with a sharp contrast either in All White or Black Blue - for the very brave, do try in Full Gloss!

Paint Colour Of The Week – Breakfast Room Green

Image Source Our paint colour of the week is Breakfast Room Green. It is the most cheerful of all our greens, remaining lively in both bright sunlight or softer candlelight. Named after the usually east facing rooms designed for eating the first meal of the day, it is particularly beautiful…

Colour Of The Week – Book Room Red By Farrow & Ball

@sibylcolefax Book Room Red, the muddiest of our reds, is particularly suited to smaller spaces where the stronger Eating Room Red can be a little overwhelming. It takes its name from the reading rooms or small libraries favoured by the English aristocracy and creates an unapologetically aged feel. @Farrow&Ball @Farrow&Ball…

Book Room Red, the muddiest of our reds, is particularly suited to smaller spaces where the stronger Eating Room Red can be a little overwhelming.

Colour Of The Week – Cinder Rose By Farrow & Ball

Modern Country Style Cinder Rose has barely any of the yellow pigment found in most pinks, making it feel bluer and more romantic. Taking its name from the prettiest of traditional roses, it is the perfect colour for creating a dusky feel in a bedroom, but is also much favoured…

Cinder Rose has barely any of the yellow pigment found in most pinks, making it feel bluer and more romantic. Taking its name from the prettiest of traditional roses, it is the perfect colour for creating a dusky feel in a bedroom, but is also much favoured in garden rooms when paired with complementary Skimming Stone. To enhance its softness, try using Great White on your woodwork.