Georgian & Regency

Georgian style (1715-1810) developed from Roman Palladian style. Harmony and symmetry were key, with delicate furnishing, intricate moulding and panelling. This can be seen in many homes of today, with box sash windows and symmetrical facades being typical of the period. Famous architects include the Scottish architect Robert Adam, and the English architect Sir William Chambers. Regency style (1811-1830) flourished during George IV’s reign.

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  1. Whites

  2. Greys

  3. Neutrals

  4. Creams

  5. Blues

  6. Greens

  7. Yellow and Oranges

  8. Darks

  9. Pastels

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  1. Regency White
    Regency White

    1829

    Before the advent of modern brilliant white, this softer, warmer shade was the colour of white. Inspiration for this colour was taken from the Georgian and Regency periods.Use with our 1829 White Undercoat.

  2. Adam Cream
    Adam Cream

    1829

    Harmonic, delicate cream with a Regency feel. Brilliant on architectural mouldings and ceiling details. Use with 1829 White Undercoat.

  3. Royal Circus
    Royal Circus

    1829

    Calming, timeless grey that covers the decorating spectrum from restrained to decorative, rustic to grand. Use with 1829 Light Grey Undercoat.
  4. Dutch White
    Dutch White

    1829

    Pigmented white with clean clay tones inspired by the Georgian and Regency era. For timeless, peaceful spaces. Use with 1829 White Undercoat.
  5. Esterhazy
    Esterhazy

    1829

    A soft, silvery pewter grey. Lends an understated elegance where combined on both walls and mouldings. Use with 1829 White Undercoat.
  6. Swedish Blue
    Swedish Blue

    1829

    A pale, powdery and cloud-like blue - a fitting companion to 20th century Scandinavian furniture and ceramics. Use with 1829 Light Grey Undercoat.
  7. Deep Adam Green
    Deep Adam Green

    1829

    A sophisticated green that echoes the elegance of 18th century rooms designed by the Adam brothers. Use with 1829 Light Grey Undercoat.