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The colour of chalk and gesso, Old White is a cool soft white without pink or yellow in it. Old White works with everything.
Original is a warm, slightly creamy, traditional white in the Annie Sloan palette. It is perfectly paired with Duck Egg Blue, Antoinette and Louis Blue.
Paris Grey is a gentle colour that works well with blues and oranges. It is a soft grey inspired by French and Swedish interiors.
Country Grey is a perfect cool soft neutral. Made with raw umber pigment, this rustic putty colour is a great foil for other colours.
A cool neutral inspired by the colour of aged natural linen. This khaki grey works beautifully with golds and a range of rich and bright colours such as Emile and Emperor's Silk.
Graphite makes a dramatic backdrop in any room when used on walls. The colour is a soft black inspired by Lamp Black, a traditional pigment. It works for many interiors from neoclassical to modern.
Emperor's Silk is a bright pure red like the silk lining of a jacket. It is also the red of Chinese lacquer.
Antoinette is a soft pale pink inspired by the decorative pieces and interiors of 18th Century France, when the finest red earths were mixed with white and used to make a clear, but dusky colour for walls.
Napoleonic Blue is inspired by the ultramarine and cobalt blue pigments used for decorative work in everything from neoclassical interiors through to modern 20th Century decoration.
Named after the blue found in classic Aubusson rugs from France, this colour is inspired directly by the development of Prussian Blue in the late 18th Century. Aubusson Blue makes a bold statement on walls.
Provence is a colour inspired by the painted shutters and doors of the South of France. It also works beautifully for a modern look.
This greenish soft blue is reminiscent of Rococo French and Swedish interiors, perfect for walls.
This strong, deep green takes inspiration from the painted shutters and doors of Amsterdam. It makes a great backdrop to cool blues, such as Provence, Giverny and the purple tones of Emile.
An English colour from the development of Chrome Yellow pigment in the 18th Century and inspired by hand-painted Chinese wallpaper. This was the first non-earthy yellow. It’s also a great fifties vintage colour.
Versailles is a sophisticated and gentle hue inspired by fine old French furniture and gilded doors. It picks up other colours well and changes character accordingly.