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Colour Guide

 

Lily White

Chalk

Clay

Lily White

Chalk

Clay

Warmer than bright white minus the grey tones of Chalk, Lily White is, as the name suggests, modelled on the soft petals of a lily. Used in furniture, laundry, outdoor essentials and lighting, it’s perfect when you want to keep colours neutral throughout the home.

A gentle glossy off-white, Chalk is the colour of fresh laundered linen, Egyptian cotton sheets and lime washed walls. Its chalky tone has a hint of warm grey, making it softer than the bright glare of pure white - the perfect neutral shade to blend seamlessly into any colour scheme.

Possibly best described as the colour of putty and cream vintage earthenware’s, Clay is a warm neutral shade which veers towards a slightly muddied cream. With a glossy finish it has a versatile pastel tone that can easily be mixed with stronger brighter colours.

 

 

Coffee Bean

Flint

Earl Grey

Coffee Bean

Flint

Earl Grey

A deep matt brown as comforting as a hot cup of coffee, this shade draws inspiration from the rich hue of beans before roasting. With an earthy warmth it works beautifully by the fire or out in the garden, giving a vintage look to metal fittings. Calm, rich and bold, Coffee Bean adds a cosy touch to any environment.

This cool calming shade is an easy to live with soft delicate grey with a glossy finish, evoking the sheen on oyster shells and beach faded pebbles. Its neutral light grey tones mirror the landscape of its home, the Sussex Downs, where flint has long been part of the natural colour scheme, seen in the facades of the great buildings at glorious Goodwood House

Taking its name from the classic fragrant tea, our Earl Grey colourway is soft and calming finished with a drop of dusky blue. Featured in our fabrics mixed with stripes of off-white, the colourways works perfectly against monochrome and neutral palettes.

 

Charcoal

Ink

Carbon

Charcoal

Ink

Carbon

 

A mid-tone urban grey, our perfect shade of matt Charcoal will have you reaching for the nearest sofa, enveloping yourself in warm cashmere. This soft grey allows you to add deeper accents to your interiors matching in with neutral and brighter colour schemes. Despite the name it is not nearly as dark as some other 'charcoals'..

As the name suggests, Ink is that traditional and timeless deep blue. We’ve combined it with neutrals and whites in fabrics, home accessories and tableware to give you a smart and stylish way to update your home colour schemes.

An off-black tint mixed with a subtle midnight blue to take away any harshness. Inspired not just by the mineral, but also by vintage carbon copy paper with its rich waxy matt finish. As with black, a little goes a long way, and this is the perfect accent colour against pale woods, lighter greys and all neutrals. As our charcoal is lighter than some, this carbon really works to create a more contemporary edge and bring Winter styling bang up to date.

 

Lulworth Blue

Peppermint

Sage

Lulworth Blue

Peppermint

Sage

Named after Lulworth Cove in Dorset, this mid-tone blue has a definite coastal vibe. Use it indoors or out to add a happy pop of colour alongside naturals and whites.

A fresh colourway for the warmer months, Peppermint encapsulates green and blue tones. The seaside shade has been mixed with neutral whites on fabrics, allowing you to add a understated pop of colour to the home or garden.

The lightest of our greens, Sage like the herb is subtle and soft. Part of our New Neutrals collection, it’s perfect for adding a hint colour without going too bold. Style alongside whites and neutrals for a spring like touch.

 

Greengage

Foliage Green

Rosemary

Greengage

Foliage Green

Rosemary

Verdant is the word that comes to mind for our Greengage colourway. Named for the pale green plum, this glorious shade is somehow bright, calm, fresh and rich all at once. Reminiscent of trees in the height of summer, covered in vivid green leaves, this soft shade is perfectly at home in the garden but also adds a soft touch of Spring to any room

The first member of our Amalfi collection, Foliage Green is strong and bold, like waxy leaves of beautiful botanicals. Create a harmonious colour palette indoors or out alongside lighter greens, pinks and naturals. It can be seen outdoors in Bistro furniture, indoor ceramic pots and tableware.

Like a freshly poured iced drink with a twist of Rosemary. A mid-tone green, it adds a fresh feel to tableware when matched alongside pinks, whites and neutrals. You’ll see it used beautifully in ceramics.

 

 

Pink Gin

Rhubarb

Pink Gin

Rhubarb

Part of our New Neutrals collection, Pink Gin is soft, chalky and spring like. It can be seen in ceramics mixed beautifully alongside Rosemary, Sage and natural materials.

Just like retro rhubarb and custard sweets, this lighter red colourway looks striking when juxtaposed against our darker Charcoal and Carbon shades. Featured in fabrics, we've broken up the pop of colour with off-white stripes.