In the mean time, say 'hello' to Arabesque, Bergere, Layla's Mint, Marzipan, Mora, and Schloss.
First up is:
Think ballet tights, dusty pink tutus and pale tea roses and you’ll have a good idea what to expect from Arabesque. This decidedly feminine color is also surprisingly neutral, making this pink one that goes beyond nurseries.
This smokey blue gray inspired by the painted frames of a pair of antique French Bergere chairs. This blue is more subtle than the other blues in our line, but still makes a statement.
A version of this warm, minty green was originally custom-mixed for Layla of The Lettered Cottage. It ended up being the perfect green to add to our subtle European colour collection.
Named for the delicious almond paste famous in Germany, Marzipan is an equally delicious warm neutral. It’s an off-white with beige and warm gray undertones. It pairs beautifully with Ironstone for a subtle contrast.
Mora is named for the famous curvy clocks made in Mora,Sweden. It is a whisper of a color – a neutral with gray, blue and green undertones.
This rich, stone color is named Schloss,the German word for castle. It’s warmer and richer than Trophy, making it the “greige” that our customers have been asking for!
Which new color from the European Collection is your favorite?
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