Lazy Sunday: Top 5 Paints


With Spring on its way, we’re already planning our new colour schemes for the season. Whether its creating a feature wall in your living room or stencilling your bedroom wall, just one pot of paint can make all the difference to a room. We’ve put together our favourite five paints to help you refresh your home this Spring.


Crown Paint Lupin

Crown Paints – Lupin

Take inspiration from one of the Pantone Colours of the Year, Serenity Blue, with Lupin from Crown Paints. This soft blue is ideal for a bedroom wall as it will help to create a calming and relaxing environment.
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Designer Guild Paint Kyoto Blossom

Designers Guild – Kyoto Blossom

Another colour highlighted by Pantone as Colour of the Year is Rose Quartz. We think Kyoto Blossom from Designer’s Guild is a great match - unashamedly pretty, it’s the perfect soft pink to add a touch a romance to a room.
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Dulux Paint Cherish Gold

Dulux – Cherished Gold

Named ‘Colour of the Year’ by Dulux, this beautiful soft metallic is bright enough to attract attention, while being subtle enough to compliment other tones. We think our Darcy sofa in Medal Leather would make a great combination with this shade!
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Farrow & Ball Paint St Giles Blue

Farrow & Ball – St. Giles Blue

This vivid but charming tone cannot fail to make you smile, and will stand out even in the darkest of areas, so would look great used as an accent in the back of shelves to add interest to a neutral room.
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Little Greene Paint Pale Lime

Little Greene – Pale Lime

We’re in love with this fresh green hue, ideal to cheer up any interior for Spring. Team it with our Emilia armchair in Wisteria Apple floral fabric for a great addition to your scheme.
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