Modernist

The modernist period (1918-1950) was hugely influential on the architecture and interiors that we see today, with the ethos of “less is more” and “form follows function”.‘Modern’ style, (which is different from contemporary style), is characterised by clean lines and natural materials such as wood, leather, wool and polished metal. White, grey and black are popular, alongside muted tones such as olive green or deep blue.

I have this colour palette in mind
  1. Whites

  2. Greys

  3. Neutrals

  4. Blues

  5. Greens

  6. Pinks & Purples

  7. Darks

  8. Pastels

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  1. Range 1829
  2. Surface Interior Metal
  3. Colour Group Greens
  1. Olive Laque
    Olive Laque

    1829

    Sophisticated grey-green with an attractive density. Ideal for a vintage-inspired living room or a study. Use with 1829 Light Grey Undercoat.
  2. Lucienne Olive
    Lucienne Olive

    1829

    Modernist icon designer Lucienne Day used this deep and rich tone in her award-winning textiles. Use with 1829 Light Grey Undercoat.
  3. Pullman Green
    Pullman Green

    1829

    A clean, deep charcoal green with an ornamental feel to use in both classical and contemporary interiors. Use with 1829 Light Grey Undercoat.