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Spruce Up Your Interiors With Little Greene Paint
With summer just around the corner, what better time to spruce up your home and do some redecorating than the present. One of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to give your home a makeover is by repainting or adding feature walls to your chosen area. This allows you to change the look and colour scheme of your room immediately. While giving you the option to go full blast, or go down the subtle route with small touches of colour. At Taylors On The High Street, we are loving some of the new vibrant colour trends emerging on the scene, so we have put together some of our top looks to help you choose the best paint and finish possible.
DEEP CHOCOLATE TONES WITH A TOUCH OF BLUE
Want to keep your spaces neutral and traditional but still want a bit of subtle colour? Then take inspiration from this fantastic office set up. The deep rich chocolate colours complement the minimalist furniture and wood floors perfectly while the blue outline gives a touch of colour, making the room more vibrant.
To replicate the look use Attic II (144) chocolate paint, with Sky Blue (103). Shop the colour below by clicking on the colour you want.
KEEP IT NEUTRAL AND CHIC WITH FRENCH GREY
If neutral walls are more your style, then we have a range of colours perfect for those who love grey. Grey interiors have become a staple in many peoples homes due to its versatility and also let's face it - Mrs Hinch. But that doesn't mean you need to go with the flow and opt for the standard grey.
Why not add a bit of chic to your decor with this French Grey pair. Here the walls are painted with the original French Grey (113) colour, then enveloped in a French Grey Pale (161) around the skirting and door frames to add depth.
BOLD MODERN LIVING ROOM INTERIORS
Have the best looking living room on the block while keeping it cosy and inviting with a warm, bold feature wall. This feature wall uses a dark grey-blue colour called Scree (227), paired with light ecru coloured walls. Here the off white colour used is Slaked Lime (105).
The dark Scree can also be paired with soft blues or pinks as well as more vibrant colours such as bright greens.
Whatever colour you are looking for we have an extensive range in-store and online for your convenience. If you are looking for a specific colour or need some professional interior advice from our in house interior designer, then please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org where a member of the team will be in touch as soon as possible.