New Little Greene Paint Co. 2021 Colour Cards
Little Greene’s refreshed ‘Colours of England’ and ‘Colour Scales’ paint chats feature 196 colours in total along with 14 brand new colours.
Their ‘Green’, ‘Grey’ and ‘Stone’ collections will no longer be available as individual cards. Instead these have been reformatted to include all individual collections in two separate colour cards secured in one pouch. Designed to make choosing colours a pleasure and intuitive for the user, the cards bring together the best of its capsule collections, showcasing 196 Little Greene colours in a new format, presented together, providing a refined refreshed ‘Colours of England’ collection alongside an expanded range of graduated shades in the new ‘Colour scales’ offering.
Colourcard No.1 Colours of England
The new ‘Colours of England’ card has been updated to meet growing desire for classic, timeless colours that are both simple to choose and a joy to live with. This card includes our existing favourites, some new brights such as ‘Giallo’ and ‘Indian Yellow’ as well as some of the most popular tones from the ‘Green’ card.
The new colour cards contain fourteen new colours including ‘Bassoon’, ‘Indian Yellow’, ‘Giallo’, ‘Etruria’, ‘Silent White’, ‘Masquerade’, ‘Vulcan’, ‘Obscura’, ‘Etruria’ and ‘Bone China Blue – ‘Faint‘, alongside fresh mid-green ‘Garden’, which has been revived from the Little Greene archive.
Colourcard No. 2 Colour Scales
The extended ‘Colour Scales’ colour card, offering a further eight families of diluted iconic Little Greene colours, and incorporating the ‘Stone’ and ‘Grey’ capsule collections, is a response to the increasing desire for easy and simple-to scheme colours that create harmonious and monochromatic backdrops to decoration. The new ‘Colour Scales’ card also includes deeper colours alongside the ever-popular diluted shades, as useful identifiers for the undertone of each colour family.
The card has been designed for ease of use, each colour is one of a graduated family, grouped in columns according to undertone. Shades within the same column can be used together for tonal coordination, or across columns to create a balanced contrast.
Come into our Tadcaster showroom to get a complementary new colourcard and samples of the new colours!