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From Joa Studholme, our International Colour Consultant

“This trend is not about one colour, but two. It’s the way in which vivid Pitch Blue and Calke Green are combined together in equal measure, rather than one being an accent to the other.”

Moodboard created by Colour Consultants Fraser and Rhona at our Glasgow showroom.
Moodboard created by Colour Consultants Fraser and Rhona at our Glasgow showroom
Room Painted In Farrow & Ball Calke Green, No.34 and Pitch Blue No.220
Walls Pitch Blue No.220 and Calke Green No.34 Estate Emulsion. Woodwork Calke Green No.34 Estate Eggshell

“Last year we started to note surprising colour combinations and this spring we’ve welcomed them with open arms. We no longer feel restricted to using one colour on the walls and a second on the trim. Instead, using brilliant jewel tones like these in a more eclectic way is liberating homes.”

Bedroom Painted In Farrow & Ball Brassica, All White and Churlish Green
Walls Helleborus BP 5606, woodwork Pitch Blue No.220 | Estate Eggshell
Bedroom Painted In Farrow & Ball French Gray No.18, Estate Eggshell
Moodboard created by Colour Consultant Charlotte at our Winchester showroom

“The slightly more sober Calke Green can be used on the bottom half of walls and across the trim, while vital Pitch Blue is brushed onto upper walls and even the ceiling for an intense but perfectly balanced combination that should not be taken too seriously, creating rooms that are filled with fun and optimism - a room that will make you smile.”