Teal – psychedelic sixties
Bright and vibrant, this striking teal finish is representative of a decade where youth culture exploded and everything from fashion to interiors were full of psychedelic blasts of colour.
Chamois – bohemian seventies
Comparable with its name, this earthy Chamois finish gives a natural nod to the bohemian spirit of the seventies -a time when political unrest was combated by drawing inspiration from the soothing tones of nature.
Powder – decadent eighties
With its soft, blush tone, this pale pink Powder finish offers a subtle salute to the most decadent era we’ve seen in the past SO years, where chintz, pastel colours and shabby chic were a II top of the pops in interior design.
Taupe – minimalist nineties
Amongst the clash of pattern and floral, the nineties also brought with it a calmer, minimalist palette and introduced the UK to ‘grunge’ culture, both of which combine perfectly to create this neutral Taupe finish.
Pale Navy- individualist noughties
Aligning with the expressive nature of the noughties, this Pale Navy finish pays homage to the modern-day trend for daring individual styling, from feature walls to bold colour bursts in every area of interior design.