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A easy gray that works with Cornforth No.228 White to create a Scandinavian look in your home.

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Walls; Farrow & Ball Orangery No.70; Typical 18th century terracotta colour much used in orangeries. Red & Warm Tones undercoat.

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Farrow & Ball Wallpaper Jasamine BP3903; A tropical display of the fragrant, leafy plant found in the warmer climes, this print has been taken from the Farrow & Ball archives and reinvented with new colour combinations. Full roll width is 53cm/21", roll length is 10m/11yds, pattern repeat is 37.5cm/14 3/4", Available in 5 colourways.

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Children's Bedroom Colour Scheme; Lulworth Blue No.89 Modern Emulsion Red Earth No.64 Modern Emulsion Mouse's Back No.40 Modern Emulsion

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When we think about decorating and adding colour to our homes, we tend to focus on the walls, leaving the interior trim and furniture as an after-thought. But when it comes to creating beautiful interiors, it pays to get creative with paint. By custom painting furniture pieces or introducing colour to your interior trim (such as skirting boards and base boards, chair or dado rails, banisters, doors and door frames), you can inject personality and interest to your décor.

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Walls 277 Dimpse Trim 263 Manor House Gray Doors 281 Stiffkey Blue

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Charleston Gray No.243 The Bloomsbury Group used this colour extensively, both in interior decoration and on canvas.

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John Fowler's name and colour sample, though surely based on 1830's and 1840's schemes.

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