Little Greene’s new ‘colour highlights’
In keeping with the company’s ethos of mixing old and new, classic with contemporary, and traditional with trendy, Little Greene has launched ‘colour highlights’ – an eclectic melting pot of combinations, of sophisticated base shades with bold accents.
With so many of us living modern lives in buildings originally designed for a completely different lifestyle, Little Greene‘s aim has been to find ways in which historical ‘neutral colours’ can remain true to their origins and architecture, whilst forming the basis of contemporary design schemes; not by changing them but by changing the colours used with them.
Celestial Blue and Marine Blue with a touch of the lively Bronze Red round the mirror.
Colour blocking, with Deep Space Blue, Bronze Red & Yellow-Pink
Panelling in Portland Stone – Dark 157 & chair in Atomic Red 190
Telecom Tower meets Broughton House – The legendary 1960s restaurant colour ‘Hicks’ Blue’ with the Regency shade ‘Green Verditer’.
The popular Regency shade ‘Yellow-Pink’ with ‘Lamp Black’ woodwork in place of the traditionally favoured off-white.
The charming Victorian colour ‘Sage Green’, paired – perhaps surprisingly – with the ultra-blue ‘Mambo’.
Pure cool grey with a bright streak of 1970s chic – ‘Grey Teal’ with ‘Marigold’.
The new Little Greene showroom is at 3 New Cavendish St, London W1G 8UX
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