Card Room Green

No. 79

* Samples available in Estate Emulsion only. Colours on screen may vary from actual paint.

Card Room Green is named after the study-like rooms much favoured in the Victorian period and is unapologetic in its masculine feel. It really comes alive when contrasted with a warm neutral like Fawn or Stony Ground, as used in Victorian homes, but feels more powerful and contemporary when used with no contrasts at all. Dark Tones Undercoat.

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Beautiful green colour for our front door We used this colour for our front door and it has dried lighter than we were expecting but as a beautiful green in the sunlight. No hint of grey but that may be because of the streetlight and sunshine we've had recently. Easy to apply and needed 2 coats after a single undercoat on bare wood. 11 September 2014
Fantastic paint, fantastic colour Spent an age deliberating on which beautiful F&B colour to pick for door an garages. Chose this and have to say fantastic and received lots of positive comments.... Would highly recommend combined with primer undercoat for wood and metal! 05 September 2014
Card Room Green A wonderful rich colour, not at all drab which I have used in a narrow hallway with Ground Green . The overall effect is quite stunning, especially as my house is a modern new-build. 24 April 2014
Dark I only tried a sample stripe, just testing the color. It is dark. I think it would lovely as an accent color on a wall with many windows. Painting outside of and around the windows, that would look fantastic. In a sunny room. Or, someplace like a library. I wanted mine for the kitchen and bedroom, it was just too dark for what I wanted in those rooms. 09 February 2014
A Great Product A unique colour, no odour, dries quickly. What more do you want from a paint? Perfect! 09 September 2013
As always f&b paint gives stunning results Although expensive this paint really is well worth it . Goes on like a dream , fantastic finish and their colours are pure class 20 May 2013
Bringing the outside in! I love this colour but was a little scared that it would be too dark for my cottage. However, I used it in the boot room and it echos the colours of the garden. I think it looks stunning against the oak beams and particularly good at night when the lamps are lit! 29 October 2012
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