ICI Dulux Heritage range of paint colours are the outcome of comprehensive research
from the colour experts of Dulux trade.
As an ICI Dulux Trade Partner our painting and decorating teams, are experienced in working with the heritage products in properties such as Grade I, Grade II listed buildings to traditional manor houses, country estates including the National Trust, exclusive private clubs and golf clubs in the following areas Amersham, Aylesbury, Denham, Chesham, Beaconsfield, Gerrards Cross, High Wycombe, Oxford, Stoke Poges, Thame, Windsor, Windlesham, Wentworth, West London.
Our highly skilled painters and decorators and supervisors are trained in advising on the shade and finish of these authentic colours to add definition and character. The Creams and Stones are traditional through history as flexible shades to enhance light, space and warmth – linen white, grecian white, umber white, ochure white, green marl, pale walnut, biscuit beige, dark stone, terra ombra and mid umber heritage colours are popular. Currently the fashionable neutral paint colours are natural hessian, natural calico and not forgetting, cookie dough.
Please contact us if you would like a FREE Dulux trade heritage range colour card.
Farrow & Ball paint has a more chalky style of finish and is widely used in period
properties to keep to a natural, traditional finish.
We often use their Estate Emulsion on properties throughout the Thames Valley and manyWest London areas like Hayes, Acton, Park Royal and also Iver Heath in Berkshire and in the exclusive Surrey areas. Farrow & Ball still make paint in Dorset, one batch at a time, a tradition since the company was founded and remains one of only a few with a full range of traditional and modern paint finishes of the highest quality.
The depth and beauty of their paint colours are unmatched by other paints. By using more high quality pigments and resins and no low quality ‘fillers’, gives their colours visibly greater depth and purity often referred to as the ‘Farrow & Ball look’. Manufacturing using naturally occurring pigments, such as Umbers in their purest form, and today continue to use natural ingredients such as Chalk, Lime Putty and China Clay.
The colour accuracy and quality is second to none as they have complete control over every tin of paint and roll of wallpaper produced. Everything is made in their factory in Dorset exclusively as they don’t allow anyone else to make their products.
Farrow and Ball colours include the following shades, all white, wimborne white, pointing, james white, clunch, great white, white tie, new white, house white, matchstick, string, savage ground, slipper satin, lime white, off-white, cord, cream, cat’s paw, dimity, joa’s white, archive, oxford stone, London stone, smoked trout, strong white, blackened, cornforth white, pavilion gray, lamp room gray, manor house gray, shaded white, mizzle, hardwick white, French gray, blue gray, pigeon, stony ground, bone, fawn, old white, light gray, mouse’s back, skimming stone, elephant’s breath, dove tale, Charleston gray, London clay, brinjal, middleton pink, calamine, cinder rose, pink ground, setting plaster, dead salmon, fowler pink, red earth, porphyry pink, book room red, terre d’egypte, blazer, incarnadine, rectory red, radicchio, eating room red, charlotte’s locks, picture gallery red, tallow, ringwold ground, farrow’s cream, dorset cream, sudbury yellow, print room yellow, Lancaster yellow, dayroom yellow, citron, yellow ground, babouche, orangery, pale hound, hound lemon, hay, ciara yellow, straw, india yellow, tunsgate green, green ground, cooking apple green, ball green, stone white, olive, churlish green, saxon green, folly green, breakfast room green, calke green, green smoke, vert de terre, lichen, chappell green, castle gray, card room, arsenic, pavilion blue, pale powder, teresa’s green, green blue, light blue, oval room blue, cabbage white, borrowed light, skylight, parma gray, lulworth blue, cook’s blue, blue ground, dix blue, stone blue, pitch blue, drawing room, hague blue, calluna, brassica, pelt, plummet, down pipe, railings, mahogany, tanner’s brown, studio green, black blue, off-black, pitch black.
Our highly skilled decorators will work with you or your interior designer to gain the desired finish and a perfect result.