Favourite colour (so far!) for lounge walls. Card Room Green by Farrow & Ball. This colour is named after the study-like rooms much favoured in the Victorian period and is unapologetic in its masculine feel. It really comes alive when contrasted with a warm neutral like Fawn or Stony Ground, as used in Victorian homes, but feels more powerful and contemporary when used with no contrasts at all. Dark Tones Undercoat.
If using Farrow & Ball's Pink Ground as the dominant colour in your kitchen, consider a darker accent colour such as Charleston Gray or Dove Tale on skirting boards, upstands or window surrounds. Against these darker hues it will appear as a soft fleshy tone that is both warm and inviting. http://www.josephkingsley.co.uk/blog/farrow-ball-key-2015-colours-pink-ground-and-solid-oak-kitchens/
Bianco This all time classic is the traditional choice and retains its popular character and charm. This "school house" design is perfectly suited to Victorian or older properties where a modern alternative would look out of place.