Spring is here
With Spring fast approaching our minds always wandering to our next decorating project. As the days become longer, hopefully with more sunshine, why not bring bright shades into your home? Pastel paint colours work well in any room, as they offer a fresh, clean and airy look all year round. Colours range from blues to pinks, and yellows to greens, find the perfect colour for your home with designerpaint!Find your perfect paint here...
It's beginning to look a lot like...
Here at designerpaint, we love everything festive, but most particularly the colours! Deep red and greens conjure up images of holly branches bursting with berries, whereas golds and silvers remind us of twinkling lights and presents under the tree! For a modern look you could team deep blues and bright whites, for a cosy yet contemporary feel. Right, where are those mince pies?Find you festive favourites here
19 new colours to the Zoffany collection
Add a touch of elegance to your home with the newest additions to the Zoffany Paint colourcard. Made with beautiful pigments, and the highest quality ingredients, this fantastic range of paints is perfect for both modern and traditional interiors alike. New colours include a vibrant Koi carp orange along with a stunning Tigers eye yellow, as well as many more!View the full colourcard here...
New Little Greene Colours of England for 2017!
After much anticipation, the new colours from Little Greene are here! The collection has had a complete overhaul and now includes 184 individual colours, 48 of which are the elegant Colour Scales shades. The newest colour offering has been carefully refined to match current interiors trends, without compromising the integrity of Little Greene's signature palette. Ruth Mottershead, Marketing Director at Little Greene says "Confident colour is absolutely central to Little Greene, and the updated paint chart reinforces this!" The new colourcard also features 7 brand new colours, some of which have been taken from the Little Greene archive. In keeping with Little Greene's quality assurance, all colours are available in the full range of paint finishes.View the full collection here...
Perfectly Pink this Autumn
Following in the footsteps of the Grey and Blue paint collections, Little Greene Pink is bound to be a huge success! This delightful capsule collection features 8 pink shades, offering both delicate and bolder hues, making it perfect for anyone's home. Dispelling the myth that pink it sugary and feminine, these fantastic new colours are the ideal backdrop for on trend interiors. The collection features 7 new colours, and 1 existing colour, which are all available in both modern and traditional finishes.Find your perfect Pink today...
Farrow and Ball launch 9 new colours
To mark their seventieth year, Farrow & Ball have launched 9 elegant new paint colours. Each colour has been carefully crafted by a small team of experts at Farrow & Ball, and chosen to refresh their existing colourcard whilst retaining a timeless and classic feel. Colours range from soft neutrals and pastels, to rich darker tones and strong brights. Each of the new colours have been given their own unique name and story, another Farrow & Ball tradition. All of the new colours are created using only the finest quality ingredients and age-old methods. The new colour additions are available in the full range of interior, exterior, modern and traditional finishes. Order a colourcard today!Click here to view the full colour range...
Salt and pepper, sugar and sweet and sweet and sour, all the best things in life are in contrasting pairs right? So why should your interiors be any different? When combining colours you don't have to be boring! Think of your two favourite colours and why not use them together in your next decorating project. You don't just have to place colour on the walls, a colour can be injected into your scheme using soft furnishings, woodwork or even a stand alone piece of furniture, which will of course then play centre stage in your room! If your not brave enough to fully commit to clashing colours, use a shade of colour which is easier to live with in your eyes. If your favourite colours are purple and yellow, why not try a deep purple and a pale lemon to ease yourself into the colour transition, you never know next time, you might dive straight in?Click here to find your perfect colour contrast...
Zoffany Paint- colours to complement and inspire
After careful research into upcoming colour trends and customer insight, Zoffany have launched 16 new colours to their existing colourcard, meaning the Zoffany colourcard now features a large range of 144 stunning colours. Their new colours offer a spectrum of cooler hues, including greys and blues which create bold but calming interiors. Two new shades of pink are also available as well as a Perfect White which will compliment any colour. Let Zoffany and designerpaint help you transform your home!View the full Zoffany paint range here
Colour Trends for 2016
With Christmas fast approaching, we are currently surrounded by forest Greens, rich Reds and glamours shades of Silver and Gold. However, the colour experts at Pantone are way ahead of us, and are already thinking about colours for 2016! Pantone have revealed that the shades for 2016 are Serenity and Rose Quartz. These elegant, delicate shades are perfect for any room and here at Designerpaint we think the Albany colours Blue Horizon and Campion are a pretty good match.View the full Albany paint range here
Little Greene Blue paint collection
Following on from their highly successful launch of their "Grey" colour card in 2013, Little Greene has launched a fantastic new collection of Blues. It introduces 21 new paint shades, showing Blue at it's very best. Proving that blue doesn't have to be cold, this collection offers a wide selection of tones, from deep indigo to calming linen's. All colours are available in a wide range of finishes, perfect for any home!Click here for more information
Mylands introduce 31 new colours!
Mylands have added 31 striking new colours to their Colours of London palette. Inspired by London and named after some of London's most iconic landmarks, districts and characters, their new colours are a homage to their beginnings in the city 150 year ago. New colours include elegant whites, modern greys, vibrant yellows and more moody dark shades such as purple, midnight blue and black. All colours are available in a wide range of finishes, making them perfect for modern interiors!View the full, stunning collection here
New range of blackboard paints
Kidicraft MagPaint Blackboard paint can be used with Kidicraft Magnet paint to create a magnetic chalkboard surface! Available in black, grey, pink, lime, green, blue and red so there really is a colour to suit all tastes. Ideal for school, home and office use, or anywhere you need a small work or play area.Click here for more information…
Amazing Abigail Ahern
We are delighted to bring you the Abigail Ahern paint collection. Abigail is the “woman rocking the world of interiors” as quoted by the Sunday Times and this delightfully dark collection of dark, inky hues with inspired by Abigail’s time in the States. The paint collection consists of 13 colours that are made from mostly natural pigments that give redolence and depth so you get beautiful undertones with the colours subtly changing with the light.Join the new paint revolution here…
New Earthborn colours for 2015
Earthborn paints have refreshed their colour palette to include 17 new colours. Not only are Earthborn paints safer to use and kinder to the environment the palette includes some wonderful colour names such as Yum Yum and Mister Toad.Take a look at the new colour palette here...
Crazy about Conran!
We recently welcomed Conran paints to Designerpaint and we just love their colours. The Paint by Conran paint range consists of 96 beautiful colours split into five collections reflecting the glorious British Countryside. There are five collections Kitchen Garden inspired by Terence Conran’s own kitchen garden, Cottage Garden, Highland, Harvest and Orchard and all paints in each collection perfectly compliment each other making it easy to create a beautiful colour scheme.View the Conran colours here…
Mylands paints have announced their cool colour palette for Spring-Summer 2015
“Clean crisp colours create a fresh and uplifting palette with tints rather than blocks of colour setting the tone. Blue, green and lilac dominate this look with clear, neutral tones – each light, airy and ethereal in feel. Accessorise with pearlised or iridescent effects and glass accents for an enhanced, almost heavenly scheme”. Try Belgravia, Beaufort Gardens, Hurlingham, Chiswick, Early Lavender or Pale Lilac.View the full Mylands paints collection here
New Designers Guild colours!
Designers Guild have recently refreshed their colour offering and we are pleased to announce all 154 colours on now live on Designerpaint.Check out the gorgeously vibrant hues here...
Farrow & Ball announce their key colours of 2015
Farrow & Ball have announced their key colours of 2015! "The colours we will want to use in our homes over the next year reflect a desire to create spaces offering escapism from our increasingly nomadic working lives, where smart devices keep us connected wherever we are. Our key colours for 2015; Pink Ground, Light Blue, Breakfast Room Green and Tanner’s Brown promote relaxation and reflection in interiors. Paler in appearance they help to create spaces that live and breathe as we look to our homes as places of sanctuary from the stresses of modern day living".Click here for Farrow and Ball colours..
Marvellous Mini Moderns!
We are very pleased to welcome the very lovely Mini Moderns paint range to Designerpaint.
Launched in 2006 by London based designers, Keith Stephenson and Mark Hampshire, Mini Moderns is an interiors brand specialising in applied pattern across a range of products. Their design influences range from mid-century British textiles to vintage toys, from literature to childhood memories.
Mini Moderns specialist paint manufacturers have reprocessed waste water-based paint to create a premium grade matt emulsion with lovely coverage and a chalky finish. The Mini Moderns paint range contains up to 90% recycled content, made up from waste paint that has been diverted from landfill or incineration.
The Mini Moderns paint range co-ordinates perfectly with their wallpaper and textile designs which you can find on our sister site Wallpaperdirect.com.Click here to view their stunning colours…
We are very pleased to welcome Rust-Oleum Chalky Finish Furniture Paint to designerpaint and have been hunting around to find things to makeover. It is perfect for transforming old furniture and you can use it directly onto wood, brick, stone, plaster or any suitably primed rigid surface. You can get even fancier by creating a distressed look by applying two coats in contrasting colours then sanding when dry. Use with Rust-Oleum Furniture Wax to protect and enhance found in our special paint section. Maybe a project for this weekend?View the lovely range of colours here....
Lovely Laura Ashley
We are so pleased to welcome Laura Ashley paint. Laura Ashley, one of the UK's best loved lifestyle brands, started from humble beginnings in 1953 when Laura and Bernard Ashley were inspired to print fabric on their kitchen table. During the 1960's the family moved their factory to Wales, where all paint and wallpaper continues to be produced today. Founded on traditional values of quality and originality, Laura Ashley draws upon a rich heritage to create inspirational and distinctive designs for the way you live today. Manufactured to the highest standards using rich pigments, this exquisite range of expertly developed paint shades offers a superior finish, bringing out the best of interior walls, ceilings and woodwork.View the beautiful colours here…
All that glitters!
Hot on the heals of the fabulous Neon paint we are pleased to announce the addition of Rust-Oleum Glitter paint. Adding a stylish shimmer is easy as Rust-Oleum Glitter paints work on most surfaces and are certified Toy Safe so can be used on toys and children's furniture. Sparkle away!Click here for more information…
New to Designerpaint Rust-Oleum Neon is a range of fun, fluorescent. Rust-Oleum Neon paints are certified Toy Safe so suitable for use on children's toys and furniture. They can be applied to most indoor surfaces and items to make a bright and bold design statement and come in yellow, pink and green (pictured below).Find these bold paint colours by clicking here…
Trend Alert - Gorgeous Gems
We are seeing Jewel tones (think emeralds, rubies and sapphires) emerging as a hot trend for Autumn/Winter and the good news is they look great in the home. Using rich hues of paint creates a vibrant look to your interior decorating scheme and look great in any room but are especially effective for an opulent bedroom. Jewel tones look great against neutrals too, for example a honey mustard paint colour will look great against a painted grey wall.Click here to browse our colours…..
New Mythic paint range
We are very pleased to welcome Mythic paints to Designerpaint! Mythic paint is the recognised leader in high performance non-toxic paint and the key benefits to using Mythic are you can use in occupied areas, non-toxic and zero VOC, great coverage, easy application and splatter resistant. This ultra low odour paint provides the durability and coverage you expect from a premium paint without any off-gassing VOC’s or toxins. Stronger, safer, smarter paint now that’s a breath of fresh air!Click here for more information…
Mylands announce their Autumn/Winter colour palette
Mylands, Britain’s oldest family owned and run paint and polishes manufacturer, reveals its seasonal colour palette predictions and key colour picks for Autumn/Winter 2014. The neutral of choice, grey is most definitely here to stay. Versatile and varied, it offers a more interesting alternative to black and white and this season it continues to feature significantly across fashion and home interiors. Try soft, delicate dove grey to bring warmth and calm to a scheme or slate grey to create drama and depth. Teamed with other colours, grey complements but doesn’t dominate, making it the perfect partner to almost any scheme. Use a rich charcoal or inky-blue grey to paint an entire room for a really sophisticated, cocooning feel or pair with pale or pastel colours to add punch. Key Colours: Ludgate Circus No.89, Mid Wedgwood No.113, Rose Theatre No.249, Maritime No.236, Bond Street No.219, Drury Lane No.115 Beautiful to look at as well as easy to use, Mylands paints are renowned for their thick, rich coverage and excellent durability.View the Mylands paint collection here....
New Sanderson Active Emulsion
We are pleased to announce the addition of Sanderson Active Emulsion paint to Designerpaint. Sanderson Active Emulsion is a high performance product and a technically superior emulsion, suitable for interior use on walls and woodwork. Highly durable and washable, this new finish is ideal for use in high traffic areas such as corridors, kitchens and playrooms. With only a 6% sheen level, it achieves a desirable matt appearance whilst maintaining a smooth finish, achieving beautiful results.View the colours here....
New Earthborn Furniture Wax
The current craze of upcycling furniture continues to be hugely popular and we are pleased to be able to offer you Earthborn Furniture Wax. Used in conjunction with the beautiful Earthborn Claypaint colours this wax provides a durable and decorative finish on painted furniture.Read more by clicking here.....
Earthborn announce their Autumn/Winter 2014 colours
With the sun shining thoughts of Autumn/Winter are low down the list however as we look to the trends on the horizon the team at Earthborn have pulled together a palette of colours that they think will reflect the emerging trends seen in the home interior sector over the next six months. Their deeper and punchier shades work beautifully in light of the new trend for geometric shapes and patterns. Think triangles and trapeziums, and create some really bold interior schemes. These bolder colours work beautifully against metallic accessories and darker wood textures.View the Earthborn range here…
Exciting new paints from Kidicraft!
We welcome some exciting new products to Designerpaint from the company Kidicraft. Kidicraft Sketch Paint can turn almost any surface into a dry-wipe board; be it a wall, door or cupboard. When used in combination with Kidicraft Magnet Paint as an undercoat, you can use the same surface with magnets and have a true magnetic whiteboard which can be any shape or size you desire.Click here for more information…
Great offer on Kelly Hoppen paints
We have a fantastic 20% off the Kelly Hoppen paint range! Kelly Hoppen MBE is a British interior designer whose unique design aesthetic and broad range of stunning ideas has won her international acclaim. Kelly's ability to achieve formal living by combining style, luxury and simplicity is reflected in her beautiful paint palette. Inspired by Eastern philosophies and the natural world, these colours will create a home that is both sophisticated and comforting.View the Kelly Hoppen paint range here
Mylands Limited Edition Colours
To celebrate their 130th year in the business, Britain’s oldest paint manufacturer, Mylands of London, are celebrating a landmark 130 years in the business with the launch of two limited edition colours. Inspired by pretty antique roses and the hue of vintage champagne, Rose Blush 1884 and Vintage 1884 both celebrate the brands heritage with a nod to elegant Victorian decoration.
As the colours are not permanent editions to Myland's colour card you will need to enter the colour names in the search function.View the Mylands range here…
The Paint of Choice for Games of Thrones!
Mylands, Britain’s oldest family owned and run paint manufacturer is making a starring role in the new television series of epic fantasy drama, Game of Thrones. As the official paint supplier to set builder Acapple Construction in Ireland, Mylands paints have been used throughout series four to bring the lavish theatrical sets to life. Over 3,060 litres of Mylands paint supplied – that’s enough to paint approximately 308 new build homes! The most popular colours include blue and green – over 635 litres of blue and green screen utilised in visual special effects. Approximately 2,450 sheets of Mylands Dutch Metal Gold Leaf used; expected to appear prominently in the extravagant ‘Purple Wedding’ scenes – one of the major, most gripping stories of the series. With 130 years paint and colour expertise, Mylands has a long-standing association with the film, television and theatre industry, having supplied paint to some of the world’s most successful productions including Harry Potter, James Bond, Pirates of the Caribbean and The Da Vinci Code amongst others. These are Myland's inspired colour picks for Daenery's Targaryen's gowns...beautiful!Find the Mylands range here…
New Albany Traditions Paint Colours!
The Albany Traditions paint collection comprises beautifully classic colours carefully selected for Albany. The paint colours reflect a timeless appeal for colour which has endured at Brewers for more than a century.
The revised paint collection introduces a selection of colours complementing the ever popular grey palette. Popular today, but very much rooted in the history of interior design, grey tones have been used by the Victorians, Georgians and Edwardians.
The new paint colours vary from the light grey tones of Steyning and Fritham to deeper moody tones of Witham and Ashtead. Sutton Benger and Wembury introduce an element of drama to the pallet through the introduction of rich purples.
Moving away from the grey tones, new paint colour Puncknowle widens the popular whites palette by bringing an aged white to the collection. In contrast, the dramatic Litlington adds a fresh modern edge to the paint palette.
The range is evocative of days gone by and personifies major design styles and architectural themes from history through to the present day.Click here to view the Albany Traditions range…
Mylands Spring Summer Key Paint Colours
This year colour is in abundance and Mylands of London have announced their key paint colours for Spring/Summer 2014. They are as follow: - Lolly Pop No.275 a fiery, bright orange that’s perfectly on-trend. Clash with bold pattern for a dramatic look where anything goes! Alternatively use as an accent colour to lift an earthy, sun-baked scheme. Notting Hill No.213 an icy and bright yet delicate in tone, this pastel blue is the perfect summer shade. Team with other pastels for a cute look or use to lift a classic nautical scheme. French Green No.187 a fresh and uplifting, this zesty green has a subtle vibrancy and works wonderfully with crisp white and metallic accessories. Early Lavender No.260 a delicate grey-toned lavender is muted in appearance and calming in feel; it comes alive when partnered with rich plum colours and gentle hints of pink. Lemon Salts No.43 refreshing and pure, this yellow-tinted white makes a fabulous addition to any summer paletteClick to view Mylands of London paint colours...
New Trend Alert - Burnt Orange
We love spotting the emerging trends at London Fashion Week. The new stars of the fashion world easily cross over into interiors. A stand out colour from the show was burnt orange which is great to use in the home too. Use on an accent wall for a warming blaze of colour or pair it with, another great colour for 2014 teal, for a fabulous on-trend look!Click here for one of our favourites paint colours..
Earthborn introduce a new 750ml Claypaint size
Earthborn were being asked constantly for a smaller size paint pot perhaps due to a direct effect from the growing trend for ‘upcycling’. The new 750ml paint pot size is perfect for weekend decorating projects such as painting furniture or creating feature walls. Here is Earthborn’s step-by-step guide to painting furniture: Step 1: Inspiration First of all, find your inspiration. Paint is an easy way to give character to your home. Perhaps you have a piece of fabric which you love the colours of and want to recreate or translate to a piece of furniture. Or a photograph of somewhere you have travelled to and want to capture the essence of? Step 2: Surface Preparation Previously painted furniture should be given a light sanding to provide a key to help the paint stick. No need for a primer! If painting directly onto untreated wood you can use the Claypaint as a primer by thinning it with 20% water. Step 3: Applying paint Stir 750ml pot well with an old spoon or stick. For larger pieces of furniture apply paints with a roller or brush depending on the final texture or finish required. If using a roller, opt for a mini roller, which will help to reach difficult corners or detailing. Step 4: Make a cup of tea Depending on the look you want to achieve you may want to apply a second coat in another colour, so whilst the first coat dries, why not pop the kettle on? Step 5: Special finishing effects Why not use a piece of sandpaper on older picture frames with a stronger base coat colour, and a lighter topcoat for an interesting paint effect? By lightly sanding off patches of painted finish on raised areas or edging a lovely distressed look can be achieved.Click here to choose your perfect Earthborn paint colour…
Stripes are big this Spring!
Trend alert! Stripes are officially in this Spring so you may want to consider using this trend on your walls at home. Painting stripes isn’t as hard as you think but if you need some help follow our quick guide: -First choose your colours and plan your stripes (do you want wide, narrow etc.) and if your existing colour is a strong colour you may need to paint the walls white first (this prevents colour showing through). Begin by painting the whole wall in your main colour in the recommended number of coats and leave to dry. Using a measuring tape to divide the area how you want use a pencil to mark out your stripes, now check they are straight with a spirit level and apply masking tape to your pencil lines. Paint your stripes in your second colour by applying the paint using a small roller working from top to bottom taking care not to overload the roller as the paint may bleed under the masking tape ruining your efforts. Apply your second coat if applicable and leave to dry thoroughly. Do not remove the tape too soon as this will mess up your hard work so when you are completely sure everything is dry carefully remove the tape. If you have had any accidents simply tidy up using a small paintbrush.Choose your paint colours here.....
Happy Birthday to Mylands of London
Mylands, Britain’s oldest family-owned and run paint and polishes manufacturer are celebrating their 130 year birthday in 2014. You may not have heard the company name before but you will certainly have been seen their product on the television and silver screen. Starting in 1884 Mylands founder, John Charlies Francis Myland set up his first shop in Stockwell, South London selling french polishes, spirit varnishes, oils and pigments. He also opened a factory and began manufacturing paints and polishes. Mylands has been at the heart of the British film and television industry from the very start of moving pictures. Even before the emergence of Pinewood Studios in 1935, Mylands was an established name within the British film industry. Many of their emulsion paints are still made to original formulations using natural earth pigments, a rarity in current paint production. This gives their paints a unique quality ideally suited to scenic construction, which is why they are widely used in theatre, film and television to this day. Here in the present day Mylands is now in the safe hands of fourth generation family member Dominic Mylands. Authentic and pure, their colours are modern but rooted in tradition. Equally suited to both classic and contemporary interiors, Mylands colour palette comprises 120 timeless shades available in a comprehensive range of interior and exterior paint finishes.Click here to view the Mylands paint range......
Farrow & Ball announce key paint colours for 2014!
Farrow & Ball have announced their key paint colours of 2014. Cooking Apple Green, Stiffkey Blue, Purbeck Stone and Mole’s Breath, bring us back in touch with nature and are their key paint colours of 2014. Gathered from either the seashore or the landscape they are easy to use and create quietly stylish but ultimately comfortable homes. Cooking Apple Green reflects both nature and the enduring appeal of the seemingly more organic folkloric customs of the past. Cooking Apple Green is an uplifting colour, especially when used in combination with the slightly lighter Green Ground. Crisp All White offsets this scheme perfectly if used on the ceiling. The colour is clean and comforting, not challenging us in any way and creates an uncomplicated haven in which to live. Reminiscent of the extraordinary colour of the mud found on a beach in Norfolk, Stiffkey Blue perfectly encapsulates the natural trend. The strength of this deep blue will create a fashionable dramatic interior, contemporary and relaxed, so perfect for use in both urban and country settings. Use in isolation in small spaces, with Hardwick White on the ceilings to create a moody feel that reminds us of slightly brooding, squally seas and skies. Alternatively it can be used in a more light hearted fashion on a feature wall in combination with Light Blue or Setting Plaster. These beautifully easy colours feel faded and natural and are the perfect antidote to the intense colour of Stiffkey Blue. For a relaxed and versatile scheme, Purbeck Stone is a stronger neutral - neither too gray to be edgy and uncomfortable, nor too creamy to feel out of date. Create a layered scheme which will flow throughout the home, with Purbeck Stone walls, Cornforth White woodwork and Ammonite on the ceiling. The minimal aesthetic of this combination will promote simple, calm, easy living. Mole’s Breath is a strong drab which feels like an old friend, and can be used to slightly soften the most contemporary of architectural settings alongside glass and steel. Mesmerising when used on walls and woodwork, with Shaded White on ceilings, creating the most beautiful play of shadow and light.View the full range of Farrow & Ball paint colours here
A new brand to Designerpaint!
A big welcome to Crown Paints who are headquartered in the heart of Great Britain in Lancashire, and are one of the UK's largest and most successful paint manufacturers.
Their passion is colour and differentiation which is captured in their communication material; from press advertising to TV campaigns to reinforce their personal story. And as they say “It's not just a tin of matt, silk or gloss, it's 200 years of knowledge, experience and passion in every can. Its not just paint, it's personal".
The Indulgence range is a luxury matt emulsion in designer colours with a unique and innovative formulation which makes it rich and creamy. It is easy to apply to walls and ceilings with a soft, velvety finish.Click here for the Crown Indulgence paint range…
New Dulux Authentic Origins Paint Collection
We have added a brand new Dulux collection to Designerpaint. Authentic Origins is a hand selected range of beautiful authentic colours inspired by nature and the British way of life, that embody feelings of warmth and nostalgia. This range is filled with true, usable shades that work well both on their own or when combined to create real impact in your home. Colour inspired by nature for easy livingView the range of paint colours here.......
Exciting new next day delivery service!
We are pleased to announce that we now offer an express delivery service. Simply order before 3pm and you are guaranteed next day delivery all you need to do is select express delivery when you check out. This now means you have plenty of time left to get your house visitor ready for Christmas! Pictured is the beautiful Dimpse from Farrow & Ball.Happy decorating!
Myland’s Spring Paint Palette
Colour trends come and go but Mylands paint colours have stood the test of time and remain as relevant today as they were over 100 years ago. This spring, colour is set to make a real statement – think simple schemes but big impact. Colours are fresh, warm and happy, reminiscent of the season itself and all it represents. Bold yet unassuming, clean but uplifting, Spring 2014 colour brings a promise of new beginning and is perfectly suited to freshening up interior spaces. Mylands reveal their key colour picks for Spring’s decorating palette. It‘s set to be a colourful year! The neutrals Sloane Square, Parliament are inspired by nature; soft stone and sand colours with warm yellow undertones. Team with crisp whites for a modern, clean look or use on their own for the ultimate in understated style. For blues try Burlington Arcade, Eaton Square think cobalt meets navy with a touch of royal! These inky, sumptuous blues have a slightly regal feel, and offer an interesting alternative to grey or black. They also work wonderfully in exterior situations. Soft and pretty, Palmerston Pink, Early Lavender, Bloomsbury, Greystone are grey-based pinks and lavenders help to soothe and relax, just like the herb. With an underlying warmth, they are exceptionally versatile and can be used throughout the home in almost any situation. The brights New Lime, Lolly Pop, Verdure Yellow are definitely not for the faint-hearted! Bold, bright and uplifting, these zesty colours will add real drama to a scheme. Use exclusively for a cocooning, jewel-like feel or as an accent or feature colour to lift a scheme. Bring the outdoors in with the fresh green palette of Mint Street, French Green, Pale Adam Green and Primrose Hill ideal for Spring-time decorating. Clean and airy, these greens can be used to great effect in kitchens and bathrooms, providing the perfect backdrop to chrome and brass fittings. Alternatively, accessorise with metallic for a touch of grandeur. Renowned for their thick, rich coverage and ease of use, Mylands paints are a pleasure to paint with and are quick drying, eco friendly and low in odour.View the full range of paint colours here
Albany’s inspirational new paint colours have arrived!
The colour experts at Albany have their finger on the pulse of latest trends and fashions in interior design. The new inspirational colour card displays the distinctive Albany collection in all its glory! The new palette incorporates a beautiful selection of neutrals across all hues including greys, taupes, whites and sweet sorbets through to the deep, rich tones of indigo, chocolate, charcoal and burgundy. With a total of 448 exclusive colours, the card incorporates over 200 new, carefully selected Albany colours to help create the perfect interior.Click here to view the new Albany paint colour range
New Little Greene Grey Paint Collection
Once again Little Greene has it's finger on the pulse of fashion with it's latest capsule paint collection; the simply but unequivocally named 'Grey'. Presenting four variations of this totally on-trend colour, each in seven degrees of intensity, the collection channels the decade's hottest (or perhaps that should be coolest!) look.
David Mottershead, MD of Little Greene , is delighted with the company's new colours: "we always relish the prospect of researching new shades to add to our already comprehensive collection of colours. This time it was so obvious - grey, grey and more grey! We already sell many neutral shades, but it's very clear that both fashion and interiors are embracing the wonderful nuances of grey. We wanted to give our customers even more choice....and we are extremely glad we did! 'Grey' contains something for everyone"Click here for the new Little Greene Grey paint collection
Farrow and Ball - Exciting New Paint Colours!
Farrow and Ball have updated their colour card with 9 exciting new additions. From Wevet No.273 named after the old Dorset term for a spider's web to the pictured St Giles Blue No.280 which was originally found in the hall of 17th century St Giles House at Wimbourne St Giles.
The nine new paint colours work seamlessly with the existing palette as well as providing interesting accents, enhancing colour families and creating inspiration for new ones.Follow this link to view the new Farrow & Ball colour card
Downton Abbey - coming to your living rooms soon.
Mylands of London continue their long association with the film and TV world by providing their paints to recreate the authentic post-Edwardian colours for Downton Abbey.
Empire Grey and Amber Grey made using earth pigments and ground marble have been used to great effect in the servants quarters for the TV series.
If you're recreating your own Edwardian home, then we have the perfect palette of colours available here.Want the look then follow this link...