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How to colour match our paints

Colour co-ordination is key, they say.

And it’s true, but it doesn’t mean they have to be from the same base palette. Depending on your room size, the light, and the furniture within it, contrasting paint colours can actually bring out the best in each other. 

Our interior design expert Jo has carefully curated our range of earthy paints and they were not developed in isolation. Each colour perfectly complements others within our range of water-based paints.

Here are a few examples of how our new colours match with others in the Zhoosh collection.

Rock Grey

Our new Rock Grey Paint is a dark, deep grey with a blueish tinge, depending on how the light falls on it. It also has warmth, however, so it can sit well with both warm and cooler tones.

Pair this grey paint with our Smooth Blue Paint for a relaxed cooler feel, or with our Country Green Paint to bring out its earthy tones. Alternatively, Soulful Beige Paint provides a neutral, warm light to give contrast and clarity to your room.

Rhythmic Yellow

We love our new Rhythmic Yellow Paint for its gentle colour. It’s so evocative of nature, we can almost smell the countryside hay or the salty sand.

For a mindful colour palette, pair it with Mellow Grey Paint or Mellow White Paint: either of these calm paint combinations will create a relaxing ambience for your room. Or, if you want to lean into the natural tones, bring in the deep blue sea with our Pop Blue Paint.

Rhythmic Red

It’s red, but not as you know it!

Rhythmic Red Paint is a muddier, moodier and altogether more mindful approach to red. The colour of terracotta in the sun, it works perfectly with a number of our cooler colours, thanks to its warm base notes.

Smooth White Paint offers a gentle contrast, while Mellow Pink Paint lifts the lighter tones of the paint for a cosy feel. Rock Blue Paint, meanwhile, contrasts wonderfully and highlights its bold nature and earth tones.

Yin and Yang. A mindful approach to the colours used in the creation of your home.

By taking the time to fully research the colours in our water-based paint range, making the most of our paint sample patches, and deciding what atmosphere you want to create in your own space, you can build a colour scheme that truly works for you.