From its introduction in the mid 50s this has become the iconic off-white paint colour.
Fresh and bright pale green, ideal for use in kitchens and conservatories, can also add light to dark interiors
A somewhat aged off-white which is a favourite in place of brilliant white in country homes
A regal and reassuring plum aubergine-suitable for creation of atmosphere and intimacy
Beautiful toned down version of a middle yellow - can be considered a stone colour
Historically, Air Force Blue is in fact a generic term for a multitude of shades, mixed by individual squadrons. This version is deeper and richer than some; even more so when used on all the walls of a room.
Reminiscent of Spitalfields silks, this paper, found in Albemarle Street, off Piccadilly, had an enormous pattern repeat of 6ft.
A delightful pale pink shade, and cited as a shade to be “embraced with a palette of mid-browns.”
A superb tertiary ground colour upon which a myriad of soft furnishings are enhanced
Classic blend of blue green using umber to create a subtlety which brings a gentle coolness and tranquility to a room
As Horizon, Aquamarine Deep is a shade that was used with pale and mid browns, both for contrasting walls and in furniture and accessories.
The mineral arquerite is an amalgam of silver and mercury, and this warm grey shade will sit very comfortably against similar materials in the home; a natural partner for silver, chrome and steel.