Paint

The Graham & Brown paint collection features over 380 shades of durable matt and durable resistance paints. Perfect for painting interior walls and ceilings. We have developed the paint range to perfectly partner with all exclusive wallpaper designs to make your decorating project even easier.

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Color Of The Year
Adeline

To compliment the Bloomsbury design, we are also proud to announce our Color of the Year – Adeline. Adeline, the given name of the famous author Virginia Woolf, was a main figure within the Bloomsbury group that she founded with her sister.

Adeline is a deep rich bottle green hue whose natural qualities work perfectly with most other colors. This statement paint color picks out the leaves of the Bloomsbury design whilst perfectly partnering with the neo mint background.

For each wallpaper with the Graham & Brown collection, Graham & Brown offer four perfectly partnered paints.

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Range

Featuring over 500 colors in a carefully selected range of shades. Each color is inspired by our rich heritage for design and color. We only use the highest quality ingredients & pigments to give you the best finish.

Why not order a free color card which showcases the 90 hero hues from our extended range of colors, as well as some of our favourite paint and wallpaper partners, to help make it easier for you to find your perfect match.

Perfectly Partnered

Wallpaper & Paint

You will love that here at Graham & Brown, we have perfectly partnered all our exclusive wallpapers to 4 matching/contrast shades to help make it easier for you to find your perfect match. You will see the suggested shades on each product page.

Of course, if you prefer you can rip up the rule book and have fun creating your own look amongst our 500 paint colors.

 
Transforming your home can be as easy as a lick of paint, changing the feel of any space with a beautiful new colour. Whether you are looking for a calming and serene blue for the bedroom, or stylish and elegant greys for the kitchen. You could even go for a single bold colour for a feature wall in your living room, or create a sense of depth with darker paint colours in alcoves or behind wall shelves.