Introducing ‘STONE’ by Little Greene

The Main Company are very excited to see the launch of the new ‘Stone Collection’ by Little Greene. We exclusively use Little Green paints and have done so for many years; the paints are hard wearing, fantastic to apply and sumptuous in the colour ranges found on the existing three Colour Cards, Colours of England, Grey and Green, now joined by Stone.

Ferdinand 313. Castell Pink 314. Nether Red 315. Arras 316.
Ferdinand 313. Castell Pink 314. Nether Red 315. Arras 316.

Looking at the tempting photos on the Little Greene website, the Light Bronze Green  looks a fantastic accent colour and how beautifully it pairs with aged brass hardware. 

Portland Stone - Pale 155. Portland Stone 77. Baluster 321. Pompeian Ash 293.
Portland Stone – Pale 155. Portland Stone 77. Baluster 321. Pompeian Ash 293.

The Green Stone Trio, Green Stone, Green Stone Light and Green Stone Pale, will pull in those wonderful mineral tints found in light granite. Green Stone and Green Stone Pale offer enough contrast for classically neutral finishes but with contrasting, subtle colour.

Slaked Lime 105. Light Bronze Green 123. Nether Red 315. Elysian Ground 320. Book Room Green 322.
Slaked Lime 105. Light Bronze Green 123. Nether Red 315.
Elysian Ground 320. Book Room Green 322.

Nether Red looks like my first choice for experimenting, how can one resist that wet, ‘just plastered’ finish, how difficult to achieve that look! Well done Little Greene, we are going to have a lot of fun with your new ‘Stone Range’.

Nether Red 315. French Grey - Dark 163. 25. Baluster
Nether Red 315. French Grey – Dark 163.
25. Baluster

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