Pigeon. Based on late 18th and 19th century paint sections.
Cornforth White. In memory of John Cornforth, architectural historian and author of the landmark publication 'English Decoration in the 18th Century'.
Lamp Room Gray. A match to the original white which had dirtied down due to the trimming of lamp wicks.
Tanner's Brown. Earth browns are the most timeless of decorative tones. Almost-black, equally suited to a loft apartment or historic house.
Charleston Gray. The Bloomsbury Group used this colour extensively, both in interior decoration and on canvas.
Down Pipe. Floor and skirting board.
Lime White - Floor and skirting board
Railings. A dark bronze colour suitable for exterior ironwork in place of the usual black.
Babouche! The brightness of this yellow will intensify on large areas