Series: Colour code

Series: Colour code


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Often the starting point for an inspiring interior scheme is a colour. Colour can really make an impression on a space whether used in moderation or with great gusto. Each approach can set the tone of a room, whether work, rest or play. It can be used to draw attention to certain aspects of an environment creating a focal point, or delicately, bringing a sense of harmony and rhythm. Accent colour can help a scheme feel unified and a dynamic play with two or more colours can bring each one to life. 

Our Colour Code series takes a look at interesting tones and hues; the 'new' discoveries that pique our interest, their complementary counterparts and those go-to shades we fondly rely upon. 

This month on the stopping place - Vermillion. A balanced partnership of red and orange pigments, it’s a colour that asks to be seen. Small doses work wonderfully well, be it a standalone object or upholstered piece. Pair it with neutral materials - light oak, pale sheepskin, tactile linen - to keep the feeling fresh and welcoming. Layer it with jewel-like brights for greater impact.

Series: Colour code


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Often the starting point for an inspiring interior scheme is a colour. Colour can really make an impression on a space whether used in moderation or with great gusto. Each approach can set the tone of a room, whether work, rest or play. It can be used to draw attention to certain aspects of an environment creating a focal point, or delicately, bringing a sense of harmony and rhythm. Accent colour can help a scheme feel unified and a dynamic play with two or more colours can bring each one to life. 

Our Colour Code series takes a look at interesting tones and hues; the 'new' discoveries that pique our interest, their complementary counterparts and those go-to shades we fondly rely upon. 

This month on the stopping place - Olive. The versatile friend. It partner’s well with just about anything. Easy and timeless, it’s a true understated classic. Equally at home in a fifth floor Barbican apartment or gracing a relaxed nook of a country kitchen. Opt for matt-finish tiles on walls or floors, or intricate Indian block-prints for curtains and upholstery.

Series: Colour code


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Often the starting point for an inspiring interior scheme is a colour. Colour can really make an impression on a space whether used in moderation or with great gusto. Each approach can set the tone of a room, whether work, rest or play. It can be used to draw attention to certain aspects of an environment creating a focal point, or delicately, bringing a sense of harmony and rhythm. Accent colour can help a scheme feel unified and a dynamic play with two or more colours can bring each one to life. 

Our Colour Code series takes a look at interesting tones and hues; the 'new' discoveries that pique our interest, their complementary counterparts and those go-to shades we fondly rely upon. 

This month on the stopping place - Silver. At once workaday and eye-catching. Both humble and hardworking, a timeless presence, gaining character over time. Equally happy as the centre of attention, offering a flirtatious glint; something special. There is always a place for silver in all it’s forms be it aluminium, steel or sterling.

Series: Colour code


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Often the starting point for an inspiring interior scheme is a colour. Colour can really make an impression on a space whether used in moderation or with great gusto. Each approach can set the tone of a room, whether work, rest or play. It can be used to draw attention to certain aspects of an environment creating a focal point, or delicately, bringing a sense of harmony and rhythm. Accent colour can help a scheme feel unified and a dynamic play with two or more colours can bring each one to life. 

Our Colour Code series takes a look at interesting tones and hues; the 'new' discoveries that pique our interest, their complementary counterparts and those go-to shades we fondly rely upon. 

This month on the stopping place - Cornflower blue; fresh, light, icy almost. This calming colour is both clean and understated. It doesn’t shout for attention, instead it is subtly solid. A timeless shade and a happy partner of any number of colour combinations.

Series: Colour code


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Often the starting point for an inspiring interior scheme is a colour. Colour can really make an impression on a space whether used in moderation or with great gusto. Each approach can set the tone of a room, whether work, rest or play. It can be used to draw attention to certain aspects of an environment creating a focal point, or delicately, bringing a sense of harmony and rhythm. Accent colour can help a scheme feel unified and a dynamic play with two or more colours can bring each one to life. 

Our Colour Code series takes a look at interesting tones and hues; the 'new' discoveries that pique our interest, their complementary counterparts and those go-to shades we fondly rely upon. 

This month on the stopping place - Navy; the inkiest of blues. Rich with pigment, this colour is deep and enveloping. It invites the viewer in for closer inspection. Both hardworking and adaptable, this tone lends itself to a host of environments.

Series: Colour code


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Often the starting point for an inspiring interior scheme is a colour. Colour can really make an impression on a space whether used in moderation or with great gusto. Each approach can set the tone of a room, whether work, rest or play. It can be used to draw attention to certain aspects of an environment creating a focal point, or delicately, bringing a sense of harmony and rhythm. Accent colour can help a scheme feel unified and a dynamic play with two or more colours can bring each one to life. 

Our Colour Code series takes a look at interesting tones and hues; the 'new' discoveries that pique our interest, their complementary counterparts and those go-to shades we fondly rely upon. 

This month on the stopping place - monochrome. Black and white; wonderfully graphic and smart. At once calming and structured, a pleasing counterbalance between the two stark opposites. The pairing can create a bold statement or bring a touch of elegance. Great for hallways and bathrooms, and when combined with softer tones, it forms a sturdy backbone to any interior scheme.

Series: Colour code


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Often the starting point for an inspiring interior scheme is a colour. Colour can really make an impression on a space whether used in moderation or with great gusto. Each approach can set the tone of a room, whether work, rest or play. It can be used to draw attention to certain aspects of an environment creating a focal point, or delicately, bringing a sense of harmony and rhythm. Accent colour can help a scheme feel unified and a dynamic play with two or more colours can bring each one to life. 

Our Colour Code series takes a look at interesting tones and hues; the 'new' discoveries that pique our interest, their complementary counterparts and those go-to shades we fondly rely upon. 

This month on the stopping place - raw umber. Rich and earthy, almost velvety in its appearance. Best combined with lighter tones to keep the balance, it’s a useful and unexpected alternative to black or navy with a calming nod to nature and organic matter.

Series: Colour Code


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Often the starting point for an inspiring interior scheme is a colour. Colour can really make an impression on a space whether used in moderation or with great gusto. Each approach can set the tone of a room, whether work, rest or play. It can be used to draw attention to certain aspects of an environment creating a focal point, or delicately, bringing a sense of harmony and rhythm. Accent colour can help a scheme feel unified and a dynamic play with two or more colours can bring each one to life. 

Our Colour Code series takes a look at interesting tones and hues; the 'new' discoveries that pique our interest, their complementary counterparts and those go-to shades we fondly rely upon. 

This month on the stopping place - rust. Think Autumnal leaves, terracotta pots and auburn hair caught in the sun. A sophisticated and warm colour with lots of depth. One that works wonderfully well on it’s own for maximum impact or combined with other colours for vibrancy. 

Series: Colour Code


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Often the starting point for an inspiring interior scheme is a colour. Colour can really make an impression on a space whether used in moderation or with great gusto. Each approach can set the tone of a room, whether work, rest or play. It can be used to draw attention to certain aspects of an environment creating a focal point, or delicately, bringing a sense of harmony and rhythm. Accent colour can help a scheme feel unified and a dynamic play with two or more colours can bring each one to life. 

Our Colour Code series takes a look at interesting tones and hues; the 'new' discoveries that pique our interest, their complementary counterparts and those go-to shades we fondly rely upon. 

This month on the stopping place - putty. Think raw clay, natural stone, nougat and soya milk. A hardworking and adaptable group of cool neutrals with a bit of depth. 

Series: Colour code


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Often the starting point for an inspiring interior scheme is a colour. Colour can really make an impression on a space whether used in moderation or with great gusto. Each approach can set the tone of a room, whether work, rest or play. It can be used to draw attention to certain aspects of an environment creating a focal point, or delicately, bringing a sense of harmony and rhythm. Accent colour can help a scheme feel unified and a dynamic play with two or more colours can bring each one to life. 

Our Colour Code series takes a look at interesting tones and hues; the 'new' discoveries that pique our interest, their complementary counterparts and those go-to shades we fondly rely upon. 

This month on the stopping place - pink. Think dusky, chalky tints and tones akin to salmon, hydrangeas and rosé wine. Not just a colour for cupcakes or unicorns, pink can be both moderns and classic, bringing a touch of warmth, humour and elegance to an array of settings.