This pale, elegant blue is for French-style interiors and antique furniture. It works well with the brown. I love this blue on my Victorian panel doors at home.
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The Brown from $12.00
The brown has a velvet intensity on walls. The suede finish of milk paints is beautifully apparent with this moleskin brown, which works well in my bedroom with white linens.
The Green from $12.00
This warm green brings the buds of spring into your house. I love the depth of field you achieve in a green room with plenty of windows. Greens are full of life by daylight and candle-light and show off your art and photographs well.
The Grey from $12.00
The grey, like the brown, has a velvet finish and instant depth that works well as a wall color. It is also rewarding on garden furniture. The matte gunmetal grey is of the moment, a popular choice in interiors.
The Red from $12.00
This farm barn red is our most popular color, superb on weathered or new unpainted wooden doors and outdoor furniture. Depending on the surface, the ultimate finish may tend to a darker, maroon red, or a pinker red. Like all reds, severa...
The Terracotta from $12.00
This faded orange baked earth is a color of antiquity, beyond fashion. Evoke Tuscan hills, Moroccan walls or your own Terracotta Army. Glorious on outdoor walls and ideal for floors and for inexpensive garden pots.
The Turquoise from $12.00
A strong robin's egg blue. Use bold statements of painted furniture for 1940s glamor, or solid wall color in a north-light kitchen for deeply romantic atmosphere. I used the 18th century style of painting out moldings and baseboard i...
The White from $12.00
Clotted cream white for sunny rooms and furniture and as a base for your own color mixes.