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A protective olive green

This mid-century modern green is a darker version of the much loved archive colour, Olive. Perfect for those who want to embrace stronger colour in the home, its sober tone creates rooms that feel calm and serene – especially when combined with soft pinks and browns. Named after Japanese tea leaves, Bancha, like a cup of green tea, provides a feeling of security.

Farrow & Ball Atacama Wallpaper
Walls: Bancha No.298 | Modern Emulsion
Ceiling: School House White No.291 | Full Gloss
Farrow & Ball Atacama Wallpaper
Walls: Bancha No.298 | Modern Emulsion
Ceiling: Bancha No.298 | Full Gloss



Suggested colour Scheme


Hay

Bancha

Oval Room Blue



COLOUR CONSULTANT MOODBOARD

JETTE KEPPLER - FRANKFURT

Since finishing her studies, Jette has worked as a creative for a handful of premium and interiors brands. Her work as a Colour Consultant is another facet of her mission to make people happy, whether through inspiring interior design ideas, creative concepts or yoga.

Reminiscent of Jette’s favourite archived colour, Olive, she has used the strong yet soothing Bancha in her scheme to balance shades of a similar intensity such as soft Cinder Rose and deep Brinjal. Combined with a red wallpaper and a lighter Melrose Yellow rug the result is a perfect scheme for a kitchen with adjoining dining room.