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Cornforth White No.228. In memory of John Cornforth, architectural historian and author of the landmark publication 'English Decoration in the 18th Century'.

Strong White No.2001. A bright, clean white when used with dark colours. Or if used with light colours it becomes cool.


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Clunch No.2009. As in the chalk stone building blocks used in East Anglia. A very versatile off-white.

Cooking Apple Green No.32 An old fashioned green made from common earth pigments.

Skylight No.205. A definite light blue, works with Parma Gray.

Pale Powder No.204. A pale, less coloured version of Teresa's Green.

Pavilion Gray No.242. A lighter, less blue version of Lamp Room Gray, reminiscent of an elegant colour used in Sweden in the late 18th century under Gustav III.

Oval Room Blue No.85. A typical late 18th, early 19th century colour which appears time and again in historic schemes.

Slipper Satin No.2004. A very successful off-white for woodwork with strong colours or as a wall colour used with many of the other whites, both lighter and darker.

Shaded White No.201. Just darker than Off-White and lighter than Old White. This can also be used as a light 'drab' colour.