Rococo

Rococo style is delicate, yet elaborate, beginning around Louis XV’s (1715-1774) reign of France and influenced by Madame de Pompadour. Architectural decoration was based on arabesques, shells, elaborate curves and asymmetry. Important features of Rococo interiors included use of mirrors and beautiful furniture to create incredible lavishness.

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  1. Whites

  2. Greys

  3. Neutrals

  4. Creams

  5. Blues

  6. Yellow and Oranges

  7. Pinks & Purples

  8. Reds

  9. Darks

  10. Pastels

  1. Pantry White
    Pantry White

    1829

    A traditional, off-white ‘milk’ shade that echoes the simple and pure aesthetics of Shaker pantry colours. Use with 1829 White Undercoat.
  2. Study Room Blue
    Study Room Blue

    1829

    A gentle, symphonic light blue-grey. Cool and soothing, it is ideal for studies, libraries and reading rooms. Use with 1829 White Undercoat.
  3. Pompadour
    Pompadour

    1829

    Expressive, elegant blue named after the sophisticated Madame de Pompadour - a leader of 18th century taste. Use with 1829 Light Grey Undercoat.
  4. Flanders Blue
    Flanders Blue

    1829

    A distinctive blue found in textiles made by skilled Flanders weavers evoking landscape and earthly beauty. Use with 1829 Light Grey Undercoat.
  5. Elegant Cream
    Elegant Cream

    1829

    Panna cotta rich but not too sweet, this dark cream works well as a backdrop in kitchens and larders. Use with 1829 White Undercoat.
  6. Dark Truffle
    Dark Truffle

    1829

    A smooth chestnut puree; dark and custardy. A versatile shade, but especially good with natural timbers. Use with 1829 Light Grey Undercoat.
  7. Beauvais Cream
    Beauvais Cream

    1829

    Inspired by 18th century tapestries, this intense silken cream offers a rich backdrop to wood and natural linen. Use with 1829 White Undercoat.
  8. Kitchen Gold
    Kitchen Gold

    1829

    A light, subdued gold with the warming depth of spring sunshine. Ideal for brightening up kitchens or hallways. Use with 1829 White Undercoat.
  9. Jarosite
    Jarosite

    1829

    A soft botanical shade of yellow with a creamy intensity. Warm and inviting on window frames and wooden floors. Use with 1829 White Undercoat.
  10. Russet
    Russet

    1829

    Rich ochre shade with hints of saffron. A versatile, warm background for simple interiors with clean lines. Use with 1829 Light Grey Undercoat.
  11. Red Barn
    Red Barn

    1829

    A rich earthy red frequently seen on Shaker barns or grain stores. Wonderful for a dining or reading room. Use with 1829 Light Grey Undercoat.
  12. Wedgwood Lilac
    Wedgwood Lilac

    1829

    A subtle lilac-pink with a warm density found on Wedgwood jasperware. An inviting backdrop for seating. Use with 1829 White Undercoat.