As already predicted in our wallpaper blog in April, the trends for this year were predominantly focusing on nature, updates of old prints, and greens or blues as big colour themes. Well, Little Greene are giving us greens and blues big time with this amazing pick of their autumn paint colour choices.
It's not too late for an outdoor project to liven up your garden through winter! A vibrant blue-green, Canton is the perfect choice to bring a touch of personality to your outdoor space. Use the Little Greene range of exterior products for a beautiful, durable finish.
Right Wall: Jack Black
Table: Dock Blue
Inspired by the blues of Chinese rugs, ceramics and textiles, Canton pairs beautifully with off-whites. This rich blue-green paint is stunning when it adorns the walls of south-facing rooms. Pair with wallpapers containing blues and yellows for a bright and stylish space, or enrich its resonance alongside related neutrals.
Green sits comfortably in any interior scheme because of its relationship with the natural environment and our longing to bring the outdoors inside. Use the fresh green Citrine to welcome guests into a tranquil setting which echoes nature and the outside world.
Citrine is a luxurious warm green shade with a touch of yellow. With a Light Reflectance Value of 24, this vibrant paint shade works beautifully in north-facing rooms alongside a pale greeny-yellow or chocolate brown. Use Citrine as a focal colour alongside grey-based whites. Or be bold by pairing with a Pale Lime accent.
Hicks' Blue 208
A deep, inky blue, Hicks’ Blue was made famous by prominent 1960s and 70s designer, David Hicks. Add impact and depth to a contemporary kitchen space by teaming Hicks’ Blue with accents of Green Verditer.
Walls and cabinets: Hicks' Blue
Stool: Green Verditer
Hicks was known for using powerful colours in combination to dramatic effect. He also worked on many commercial projects and used this blue colour in the restaurant at the top of the London Telecom Tower in 1962. Pair with a related white such as Slaked Lime for a sophisticated finish.
Dark Brunswick Green 88
This striking, large-scale mural from @littlegreenepaintcompany envelops a room and provides a cocooning and restorative atmosphere.
Wallpaper: Upper Brook St – Night Garden
Door & Skirting: Dark Brunswick Green
A smart and confident shade, Dark Brunswick Green was used extensively on front doors and railings in the Victorian period. It continues to be a perfect choice for modern interior and exterior woodwork. A bold, deep green paint colour, Dark Brunswick Green complements the Portland Stone tonal family in stylish utility spaces. For a cocooning, all-over green scheme, use alongside Pea Green or Aquamarine Deep.
As well as finding Little Greene paints available in Shropshire and Wales, in our Home & Garden stores in Oswestry, Whitchurch and Wrexham you can also buy Little Greene paint and wallpaper directly through us online using our link here, wherever you live in the country.
Read more about these fantastic paints in our Little Greene blog.
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