We’ve created an easy to follow system to help you pick colours based on how you want your space to feel…

Our most versatile white. Icing Sugar is a fresh warm off white that isn't too creamy or clinical or cold. Use it on its own or as the perfect complement to almost any other colour in the collection.

A soft grey with a subtle green undertone. Frost Bitten appears light and fresh when used in larger or sunny rooms and becomes stronger and more earthy when used in smaller or darker rooms.

A warm grey-brown with red undertones. The warmth of this dark shade makes it incredibly comforting. Work of Art reads as a dark, dusty pink, especially when paired with a crisp white like Icing Sugar or Blank Canvas.

A rich, chalky grey. The subtle yellow undertones give Daydream a delicate warmth. It is an incredibly versatile shade and pairs well with bright whites and deeper, darker hues too.

A dark blue-grey. Spyglass has a restful quality despite its strength. This cool grey pairs well with other blue-toned greys. It is brought to life when contrasted with zesty yellows.

A rich inky blue. Sunlight makes Deck Chair come to life. Contrast with Blank Canvas or Icing Sugar for a fresh, crisp look.

A muted blue-grey. Coastal Calm has a freshness and feels incredibly crisp and clean when paired with whites like Icing Sugar or blank canvas. This Mid blue has a soft and tranquil quality making it the ideal choice for a bedroom.

A deep, dark blue with a hint of green. The green undertones of Ocean Blue give it an earthy quality that makes it a more mellow choice than a true navy for rooms where you want to relax and unwind. It's also an attractive choice for joinery and kitchens

An intense, dark blue. Inkwell works brilliantly as an accent wall colour. This dark neutral has a more sophisticated feel to some of the vivid dark blues in the collection. It's surprisingly restful when paired with warm greys and is the perfect backdrop for more vibrant shades like Limoncello or Holiday Mode.

A mellow, warm sandy shade. Beach House has a slight yellow tone which gives it warmth without being too cream. It pairs well with fresher whites like Blank Canvas or Icing Sugar.

A pale blue-grey. Peace & Quiet is pure calm. This cool blue is softened when used with darker tones and feels crisp and fresh when paired with brighter whites.

A bright blush. Summer Time is a fun and joyful shade that brings a pop of colour wherever it is used. Pair with Blank Canvas for a fresh, fun look or combine with Damson or Earthenware for a rich and mellow scheme.

A pale grey with a slight red undertone. The hint of red gives Silver Lining a subtle warmth. Keep it crisp by pairing it with greys and whites. Or bring out the warmth by combining it with pinks and other red-toned shades.

A warm and delicate yellow-based neutral. Crème Anglaise has a gentle warmth and pairs well with other yellow-based tones. It also contrasts beautifully with a host of darker shades.

A warm and muted mid-grey. The combination of yellow and red undertones give Dusk a lovely warmth. It creates a calm and soft atmosphere when combined with other warm based neutrals.

A delicate pink with a hint of grey. Dusty Rose grey mix creates a softness that makes it much easier to live with than many other sugary pinks.

A soft, warm dusty pink. Confetti has a yellow undertone that gives this pretty pink a blush hue. Combine with warm greys, dark navy tones or deep greens.

A stony off white with warm grey undertones. Cotton is particularly suited to spaces where you want to create a relaxing atmosphere. It is a very versatile colour and pairs well with fresh whites as well as darker statement colours.

A deep berry red. Damson has a blue undertone which gives this dark shade a slightly purple tone. It works well with other red-based neutrals and contrasts beautifully with yellows.

An earthy grey-brown shade. This dark neutral has undertones of green which creates a softness. The earthy quality creates a cocoon-like effect when used in spaces without much natural light.

A soft grey pink. Haze has a smoky quality with a pale pink hue that gives this dusty grey a delicate warmth. It works beautifully with other red-based neutrals and has a crispness when paired with a white like Icing Sugar.

A mellow dark blue. Blueprint is a beautiful wall colour choice and is equally striking when used on paneling or woodwork. The green undertones give this shade a calming and earthy quality, making it a surprisingly attractive option for smaller or darker spaces.

A light terracotta with a delicate pink hue. Blush is a mix of red and yellow tones, which gives this pretty shade a warm earthy feel. It contrasts beautifully with both dark and light shades. Pair with Night Sky for a dramatic look.

A delicate pastel pink. Bon Bon is a beautiful feminine shade and especially pretty when used in bright rooms. Pair with whites for a soft look or contrast with greens or stronger pinks for a more dramatic scheme.

A deep, bright pink. A Bougainvillea is a joyful and uplifting shade. It pops when paired with whites or pale greys. Ideal for statement joinery pieces or in children's bedrooms.

A soft mid yellow. Buttercup has a sunny quality that brings life to any room. It's ideal for spaces where you want to create an energizing and uplifting atmosphere. Its freshness is enhanced when paired with whites like Icing Sugar or Blank Canvas.

A deep dusty orange. Carnival is a warm and cheerful shade. It is beautiful when paired with a crisp white like Icing Sugar and very dramatic when used with black or dark grey.

A dark and definite grey. Graphite is a dark neutral and combines well with cooler blue-toned shades and warmer pinks. It is a beautiful backdrop for artwork and also lovely on door trims and skirtings.

A deep, dark berry shade. Blackberry can appear black in darker rooms and transforms to a rich berry hue in sunny spaces. Pair with Amethyst to bring out the purple tone or contrast with earthy neutrals like So Chic and Escape.

A true red. Showstopper is a vibrant and bright red. A true statement colour it's the ideal choice where you want to make an impact. It is gorgeous in a High Gloss finish and equally striking as a wall colour in a Matt finish.

A warm grey-based neutral. Tranquillity has a warmth that brings calm to any room. The mix of yellow and red undertones gives this shade its warmth and versatility.

This rich and joyful teal. Take a Bow is a bright colour that combines well with red-toned hues. Pair it with a crisp white for a fresh look, or tone it down with any dark grey shade in the collection.

True Grey, as the name suggests, is a pure grey with no undertones. This mid-tone grey is exceptionally versatile and works well with both cool and warm shades. Pair with Blank Canvas for a contemporary look or the softer white, Icing Sugar for a more relaxed feel.

A rich orange shade. Afternoon Tea is an intense yellow with a red undertone giving it a gorgeous orange hue. It's a fun and vibrant shade and pairs well with all other blue tones in the collection.

This chalky cobalt blue. Twilight has a hint of mauve and comes to life when paired with whites and bright shades. In contrast, however, it is calmer and more restful when used in darker spaces.

A fresh, soft green. Al Fresco has subtle yellow undertones that give this delicate shade a softness. Al Fresco creates a calm and tranquil atmosphere wherever it is used.

An understated warm sandy grey. Warm Grey has a mix of yellow and red undertones, which gives it a subtle warmth. It pairs well with fresher whites like Blank Canvas or Icing Sugar and adds warmth to cooler blue and green tones.

Apple Drop is a fresh, crisp green with a hint of citrus. It combines well with other yellow-based greens. Pair with whites like Blank Canvas or Icing Sugar for a crisp look.

A deep blue with warm grey undertones. Blue Satin is a versatile shade and works beautifully on joinery like kitchen units and walls. Pair with warm greys and soft whites or contrast with zesty yellows or greens.

A yellow-based neutral with a hint of grey. Just Right is an incredibly reliable neutral. Pair with a warm white such as Lace, or try Icing Sugar for a more contemporary look.

A warm stone colour. Biscuit has a subtle warmth. For a timeless and cohesive scheme, pair with the lighter shade of Escape or darker tone of Distinguished.

A deep blue grey. Blue Jeans works surprisingly well in spaces without much natural light as the softness of the blue creates a comforting atmosphere. Combine with soft greys for a contemporary look.

A warm dark neutral. Smoke Screen is a true grey with a depth of colour that gives this dark neutral richness. It's the ideal backdrop for displaying art and pairs beautifully with bright shades and whites alike.

A grey-beige tone. So Chic is neither cool nor warm making it a versatile shade that pairs well with almost any other colour in the collection. It’s ideal for bedrooms, living rooms or any space where you want to relax.

A pale blue. Sea Spray is a delicate shade ideal for children's bedrooms. It has a brightness that makes it an excellent choice for rooms without much natural light. It pairs beautifully with vivid yellows and other blue tones.

A subtle grey tone. Stepping Stone brings calm and tranquillity wherever it's used. Pair with softer accent shades like Limoncello and Coastal Calm for a bright yet serene look.

A true pink. Petal is a mid pink with a delicate softness that has a calming quality. Pair with dusty greens or other delicate neutrals for a tranquil feel.

A dark, sage green with subtle grey undertones. Sage has an almost chalky quality that creates a softness despite its depth of colour. It is beautifully crisp when paired with whites like Blank Canvas and Icing Sugar.

A cool soft blue. Sail Boat has a crisp and clean feel and is especially beautiful when paired with bright whites like Icing Sugar and Blank Canvas.

A warm, rich sandy colour. Sand, as the name suggests, has a subtle golden undertone. It works well in both contemporary and traditional settings.

A true navy blue. The subtle red undertones mean Regata never feels cold. This deep navy pairs beautifully with other blues and is also an excellent backdrop for brighter accent colours.

This deep mustard yellow. As the name suggests Mellow Yellow creates a surprisingly mellow atmosphere in a room. Contrast with whites for a crisp fresh feel or pair with darks like Night Sky or Ink well for a bold and contemporary look.

A rich grey with a slight red undertone. Pebble is the perfect shade to use where you are trying to create a paired back relaxed space. It works with greys and warmer tones making it a very versatile shade.

A light and milky teal. Holiday Mode is a beautiful green-blue tone. It's ideal for use in children's bedrooms or anywhere you want to bring some joy.

A soft off-white with delicate undertones of yellow and grey. Polished Plaster appears white when used with darker shades but has a richness when contrasted with whites like Icing Sugar or Blank Canvas.

A pale pink with the slightest hint of blue. Powder Pink is a fresh and pretty pink. It's beautiful when paired with crisp whites like Icing Sugar or Blank Canvas.

A deep pink with a hint of blue. Raspberry Ripple has a slight blue undertone which gives freshness to this shade. Keep it crisp with whites, greys and pops of yellow or pair with other blue-toned hues.

A soft off-black. Night Sky is much softer than true black making it a gorgeous choice for moody interior schemes. It's also an attractive choice for woodwork, like skirtings, doors and architraves.

A timeless dark green. Potting Shed can appear off-black in many rooms but transforms to a rich deep green when the sunlight hits it. It's beautiful as an accent wall and a classic choice for joinery or kitchen units.

A crisp white with a hint of true grey. Moon Mist is a subtle neutral with a fresh warm tone. It can be used as a wall colour for a contemporary space. It's equally beautiful when used on ceilings and woodwork when combined with greys or darker neutrals.

A mid-grey with red undertones that gives Raw Silk a soft pink hue. There is a romantic quality to this shade. It is charming when used on bedroom walls and comes to life in rooms with lots of natural light.

A chalky mid-teal with a grey undertone. Nature Walk is a soft and elegant shade that works well in both contemporary and traditional settings.

A rich deep red. Ooh La La is a rich, decadent shade that works beautifully in period homes. It is also striking when contrasted with warm whites like Lace or soft, warm grey based neutrals like Escape.

An understated rich mid grey. Overcast has a depth of colour that makes it ideal for combining with brighter accent shades. Combine with Blank Canvas for a crisp and elegant look.

A pale aqua tone with a hint of green. Peppermint is a delicate shade that changes from a warm, pale grey when used in darker rooms to a fresh soft green when used in sunny spaces.

A soft off white with a subtle green undertone. Lace works exceptionally well in rooms without much natural light. The hint of green gives a softness that works well with Irish light.

A fresh pale yellow. Limoncello has a zesty, refreshing quality that comes to life in rooms with lots of natural light. Pair with Icing Sugar for a fresh vitality, ideal in rooms where you want an energizing atmosphere.

A fresh green with silver undertones. Linen is a delicate shade that instantly promotes rest and tranquillity, making it ideal for use in bedrooms.

A red-based neutral. Marshmallow is a warm off-white with a creamy softness. Bright whites will bring out the red, making it look pink or pair with darker shades like Putty or Just White for a more mellow look.

A silvery blue with a hint of green. Herb Garden is a peaceful and calming shade well suited to bedrooms. It is also stunning when used in darker spaces as it becomes more silver in tone.

Beach Walk is a mid grey with a hint of yellow and red undertones. This warm grey can appear pale purple in darker rooms and taupe in brighter spaces. Pair with Icing Sugar for a crisp and calm look.

A cool white with a hint of grey. Exhale is the perfect shade where you want to create a crisp fresh feeling in a room. Pair with Blank Canvas for a sophisticated look..

A pure white. Blank Canvas, as the name suggests, is the perfect shade for a clean look. Use it on walls for a contemporary feel or on woodwork and trims. It pairs well with almost any other shade in the collection.

A grey-white with a hint of warmth. Escape pairs beautifully with cooler greys and warmer tones making it a really versatile shade.

A dark chalky terracotta. Earthenware has a mix of yellow and red undertones that gives this earthy shade a soothing warmth. It appears pink in brighter rooms and has a browner more terracotta feel in darker spaces.

A rich grey with a hint of blue. Etching is a timeless shade. The undertone of blue gives Etching a crispness that makes it the ideal shade for a contemporary space. Pair with warmer tones for a more relaxed feel.

A deep burgundy colour. Fine Wine is a rich and luxurious tone. This dark neutral is ideal as an accent wall colour, especially when contrasted with off-whites like Lace.

A rich, dark green with the slightest hint of yellow. Forest Bathing is a beautiful alternative to dark grey or dark blue. It is ideal for use on kitchen cupboards or as a statement on a kitchen island.

A dark, earthy, almost Khaki green. The yellow undertones in Hedgerow give a soft warmth to this beautiful shade. When used in smaller spaces, it has a cocoon-like effect and is beautiful when paired with pinks or whites.

A delicate off-white. French Vanilla has a slight green undertone which makes it work well with soft Irish Light. It's equally beautiful in bright or dark rooms and is the ideal shade if you are looking for an off-white that isn't too creamy.

A dark olive shade with a hint of grey. Greenhouse is bold but calm at the same time. Pair with blues or yellow-based whites for a tranquil and serene scheme.

A dark grey with a hint of green. Gun Metal is surprisingly warm for a dark grey, especially when used in sunny rooms. It's the ideal backdrop for bright whites and zesty hues. It can also appear like a very dark sage green when paired with aqua tones.

A charming lavender hue. Amethyst is beautiful when used in bright rooms. It looks greyer in darker spaces but is never cold. Pair with fresh whites for a crisp look or soften with warm greys.

A stony neutral, with grey undertones. Ideal for walls and also lovely when used for woodwork and trims. It pairs well with other grey-toned shades like Coastal Calm and Al Fresco.

A deep chalky blue with green undertones. Night Owl works beautifully as an accent wall colour when teamed with fresher tones or whites like Icing Sugar. The green undertones bring a restful quality to this timeless shade.