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The perfect celebration of this delicate, wild plant, that thrives on our British coastline. Available in 5 colourways.

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Nursery

Choosing the right colour for a nursery is an exciting yet challenging prospect. The Royal couple, like couples all over the world, will want a scheme that both they and their offspring can enjoy for years to come. Soft, fresh shades on larger spaces will create a calm environment, while accents of more vibrant colours will add interest and excitement for babies and children, the royal heir included. We have put together a few suggestions for the royal couple.


Pretty in Pink

For a real life princess Great White is the perfect choice, its underlying pink and purple hues give soft colour without being too sugary. Try pairing Great White on walls with aptly-named Middleton Pink on the floor to create a charming scheme that’s not too sweet. Add interest to the nursery by painting furniture a bolder colour like Brinjal or Cinder Rose.


A nursery fit for a King

For any little boy’s room the colour of choice is usually blue. A soft blue like Borrowed Light will keep the room light and airy, but really comes into its own when contrasted with the strong Hague Blue on skirtings and doors. This can be complimented with furniture painted in Parma Gray to create a room that would suit a royal heir.


Green and Pleasant Land

For a room that will be appropriate for both little princes and princesses try the soft green blue Pale Powder with its beautiful watery feel. When contrasted with a soft white like Pointing it will be baby fresh but still warm. Accents of Teresa's Green or Green Blue on woodwork create interest, and add a little bit of royal fun.


Cheery Yellows

Yellow is always a firm favourite for nurseries - Ringwold Ground and Tallow stripes on the walls with Wimborne White on woodwork and ceiling will create au uplifting, light reflective room for the royal baby. To add a little gravitas use the rich London Clay as an accent colour on furniture.


Land of Hope & Glory

A patriotic red, white and blue room would be perfect for the young royal! Paint walls fresh Wimborne White above the dado rail with intense crimson red Incarnadine below. Accents of Drawing Room Blue on furniture, in recesses or the inside of cupboards will complete the look.


Choosing the right colour for a nursery is an exciting yet challenging prospect. The Royal couple, like couples all over the world, will want a scheme that both they and their offspring can enjoy for years to come. Soft, fresh shades on larger spaces will create a calm environment, while accents of more vibrant colours will add interest and excitement for babies and children, the royal heir included. We have put together a few suggestions for the royal couple.


Walls: Calamine No.230 Estate Emulsion
Bed: Pointing No.2003 Estate Eggshell
Ceiling: All White No.2005 Estate Emulsion





Wall: Wimborne White No.239 Estate Emulsion
Dado Rail: Incarnadine No.248 Estate Eggshell
Lower Wall: Incarnadine No.248 Estate Emulsion
Drawers: Drawing Room Blue No.253 Estate Eggshell