For the first time in its 64-year history, the British wallcoverings firm has introduced an interior paint collection called ‘The Colours That Made Britain Great,’ inspired by British icons and popular culture.
After years of 'beige rage', the trend-led palette reflects the vibrant fusion of British life and attributes its names to colorful historical figures, classic institutions and saucy double entendres. Colors include ‘Beside the Seaside’, ‘Nice Cup of Tea’, ‘Rules The Waves’ and even a ‘Nice Pear’, Bitter Shandy’, ‘Double Decker Bus’ and ‘Black Cab’.
The Graham & Brown British Colours palette has been designed to complement its range of designer wallpaper and wall art.
The paint is made in Great Britain from a water-based formulation with minimal levels of VOC.
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