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A lovely bright white, Picket fence is a staple colour for any room that needs a punch of light.
A sophisticated neutral that blends beige and grey and grounds any colour scheme.
A warm, yet eye-catching grey, Pebble is a great stand alone colour, but also works well with other warm tones.
Everyone’s favourite deep gray, Soapstone is one of those colours that is totally dependent on its surroundings.
Its slight purple undertones added with the changing light in the room will play with your eyes in the most enchanting way.
Warm and golden, this muddy yellow adds depth and personality to any piece.
This millennial pink is so very on trend.
You cannot fail to spot pink in fashion, interiors and accessories in every store and magazine.
Sunny and happy this flirty tone will make you smile.
Something borrowed, something blue.
Heirloom is a cozy vintage blue that’s perfect for giving new life to old hand-me-down pieces in need of some love.
Like the rich tones of a vintage piece of jewelry, this colour is bold, yet refined.
Its name speaks for itself. Seaside is the perfect deep coastal blue.
Works beautifully on its own or with neutrals…think white seashells, sandy shores, and deep blue oceans. The perfect trio.
Dip your toes into this refreshing watery blue-green.
Reminiscent of the lily pads on a serene pond, this calm green is ideal for adding a pop of colour without being overwhelming.
Goes well with warm neutrals and blues.
Drawn from nature this grey-green is soft, subtle and soothing.
A beautifully warm neutral grey-brown, Linen can appear antique or modern depending on its application.
Either way, just like the feeling of fresh-washed linen, it’s bound to bring a warm and cozy feel to the room.
A deep rich, historic green inspired by the classic park perch.
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He’s worked as a designer at Sarah Richardson Design, as a blogger, and in his own shops: Penney & Co, Pineapple Street and Sweet Violet.