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Tuesday, 18th July 2017

Earthborn have recently updated their colour card and have added 5 brand new colours to the mix. The collection of 72 shades is available in a range of finishes. The Claypaint is a distinctive, ultra-matt finish which is perfect for interior walls and ceilings (especially where a breathable paint is needed). Furniture painters and upcyclers will love using Eco Chic, which is a thick and creamy paint. It's similar to a chalk paint and is extremely easy to apply. The 5 new hues, along with the rest of the colours, are available to mix in store.

Introducing the new colours

Sapling is a mellow and creamy green, the perfect pastel for a calming living room or bedroom.

Peach Baby will brighten up the day with its delicious peachy pinkish shade. A light, gentle tone, it’s a versatile shade that can work wonders in all room types.

Trumpet is a deep bluey purple. Designed to envelop and relax, its dark yet chalky undertones add sophistication to a space.

Moulin Rouge inspired Can-Can is a racy shade, designed to add a warm, rich pop of pinky red colour. 

Hobby Wood is a bold woodland green, ever ready to help bring the outside in.

Sample pots and colour cards are available in store. 

Wednesday, 12th July 2017

Villa Dalarö is a gentle collection designed for those living in the countryside or for those who yearn to. Beautiful new designs and heritage patterns, offered in a colour palette inspired by nature.

Designs are available in a wide selection of muted and easy to use colours. All patterns are manufactured by Sandberg in Sweden using small-scale artisanal production.

View the collection in store. Samples are available to order.

Tuesday, 11th July 2017

Little Greene's Colours Of England collection is a range of 128 classic and contemporary colours and includes true historic shades authenticated by English Heritage.

The English Heritage Colours are the result of combined research to discover the true historical colours used over several key periods in historic decoration from early Georgian right up to the 1970s. They are clearly marked on the colour card and there is a key to the period from which they hail.

Pick up the new Little Greene colour card from Relics of Witney Ltd, The Old Works, Corn Street, Witney, Oxfordshire, OX28 6BZ.

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