Painted in Vardo No.288 | Estate Emulsion & Pale Powder No.204 | Estate Eggshell


The living room is the place we all look forward to retreating to after a long day or lounging about in on a lazy weekend – add a well-chosen scheme, and you’re assured of a space you can’t wait to come home to. Whether you’re drawn to strong, grounding tones that invite and envelop, or powdery hues that soothe and soften, there’s a scheme to suit your style.


Strong Tones

Darker tones can give living rooms a magical quality, especially in the evening light. For interest no matter the time of day, try contrasting tones of equal intensity on walls and ceilings, or where one room flows into another.

Grounding Greens

Painted in De Nimes No.299 & Treron No.292 | Estate Emulsion; Bancha No.298 & De Nimes No.299 | Estate Eggshell

Inky Blues

Painted in Black Blue No.95 | Estate Emulsion & Estate Eggshell


Let Nature In

The simplicity of soft greys and off-whites works especially well with lush botanical touches, from a tropical houseplant to a simple vase of flowers – even a riot of blooms on a floral feature wall.

Living Accents

Painted in Wimborne White No.239 | Estate Emulsion

Natural Textures

Painted in Purbeck Stone No.275 | Estate Emulsion & Wevet No.273 | Estate Eggshell


Softly Does It

Powdery pinks and dusky neutrals can create a calming and restorative living space. To add the illusion of height, or to keep things feeling soft, try carrying your wall colour over dados and skirting, too.

Skirting to Ceiling

Painted in Sulking Room Pink No.295 | Estate Emulsion

Earthy Tones

Painted in Jitney No.293 | Estate Emulsion


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