Schumacher and Christopher Peacock Paint launch their collaboration with a collection of coordinated wallcoverings and paints. Schumacher’s Greenhouse Collection, a classic book of lush garden-inspired wallcoverings, is paired with premium paints from Christopher Peacock’s exquisite Collection No. 1. Reminiscent of timeless English colors, each of the selected shades was determined by its relationship to the gentle sun washed colorways in the Greenhouse Collection. Beautifully crafted with the textured look of traditional surface printing methods, Schumacher’s latest wallcoverings feature versatile prints that bring beauty to a wide range of interiors. The coordinated collections are available in Schumacher’s 16 corporate showrooms and with its more than 2000 affiliates. Christopher Peacock Paint’s Collection No. 1 offers 90 premium paints, in addition to several finishes and premium undercoats, including Cupboard Low Lustre, Wall Emulsion Low Lustre, Wall Emulsion Matte, Architrave & Trim High Lustre, Architrave & Trim Low Lustre, Undercoat Oil and Undercoat Acrylic. The gorgeous palette represents a well balanced yet subtle approach to the use of color in design today. The distinctive color system is quintessentially Peacock and is characteristic of his signature style of decorating which includes a clean, neutral palette with pops of strong color. According to Christopher Peacock, “Like Schumacher, I strive to introduce well-made products for interiors. Our clientele has come to expect exceptional quality from us. My goal has been to create a palette for the home where the color scheme in each space has individuality but lives in harmony.” Schumacher’s VP of Design Susan North said, “Schumacher’s partnership with Christopher Peacock Paint offers interior designers the opportunity to easily coordinate fabric and wallcoverings with and paints and to create a seamless look throughout the home.” ABOUT CHRISTOPHER PEACOCK Based in Connecticut, Christopher Peacock is a leader in the design, marketing and distribution of premium lifestyle products for the home. For more than 15 years, Christopher Peacock’s work has included many private estates and luxury residences throughout United States, France, Australia, the United Kingdom, Bermuda, Ireland and Puerto Rico. Clients have come to know Mr. Peacock as the benchmark of quality and exceptional service. His clientele include many luminaries including President and Senator Clinton among others. www.peacockpaint.com and www.peacockcabinetry.com CHRISTOPHER PEACOCK PAINT’S ECO-FRIENDLY PHILOSOPHY Christopher Peacock’s environmental philosophy is based on a real desire and determination to provide the best quality products with exceptional personal service and consultation. Christopher Peacock Paint is extremely proud to say that the volatile organic compound (VOC) of its Wall Emulsion Paint and Acrylic Undercoat has the lowest VOC of any high-quality, waterborne paint in the world and meet requirements for compliance with Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design® (LEED) EQ credit 4.2: Low-emitting materials. The intent of this credit is to reduce the quantity of indoor air contaminants that are odorous, irritating and/or harmful to the comfort and well-being of installers and occupants. Additionally, in order to improve each client’s environment, Christopher Peacock Paint has successfully developed paints that cover extremely well thereby requiring fewer coats than ordinary paint. ABOUT SCHUMACHER The Schumacher brand is known for textile and wallcovering design of the highest quality. Today, Schumacher continues that tradition with an unrivaled depth and diversity in its continually evolving collections of luxurious, innovative designs. Collaborating with many of the design world’s leading talents as well as museums and historic foundations, Schumacher collections reflect both the height of contemporary style and a remarkably rich design heritage. As a result, Schumacher remains a vital resource for leading interior designers both in the US and internationally. www.fschumacher.com
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