As lively and bustling as the Scottish city it's named for, Aberdeen is a show-stopper. Oranges, greens and grays are free-flowing and lava-like in this energizing array.
A new spin on classic marble, a neutral white background is infused with subtle gray veins and regal gold and purple sparkle that recall the majesty of court during the reign of Queen Anne.
Gray and light brown tones are sumptuous and comfortable with a hint of luxury. Recalling King Henry VIII's first wife, Catherine of Aragon, this shade is both regal and relaxed.
Dark and deep, much like the canal bordering this small village in England's West Midlands region. Armitage's blend of black and gray provides an easy, neutral canvas for rich hints of copper-orange to emerge from within.
Taking its cue from one-of-a-kind, stately manors and the rivers that flow through the town of Ashford, England, this adaptable neutral boasts an elegance unto itself. The richness and movement of russet, tan and black is welcoming and steady.
Bala Blue™Like the crystalline waters of Bala Lake in Wales, Bala Blue is fresh, hip and vibrant. In both large and small doses, this hue displays a true brilliance of its own.
Soft swirls of warm cream and beige are accented with shimmering gold and crystal-white veining to create a gracious and welcoming effect.
Like the River North Tyne that runs through this brisk English market town, marble-like waves of dark gray and black swirl about a backdrop of creams and light gray, proving casual can also be elegant.
Berkeley takes its name from a southern English town, and its inspiration from the river that runs through it. Hints of copper and a smattering of bronze swim among a riverbed of sandy tones, creating a pleasing combination of movement and inertia.
Dense and earthy, Berwyn is inspired by the peaks and ridges of the rugged mountain range in the northeast of Wales where heather blooms and raptors soar majestically overhead.
Flecks of gold, cream and blue glisten across a shroud of black, much like this village that sits atop Scotland's picturesque Clyde Valley, where two rivers converge below. Dramatic, yet classically neutral.
Scattered and pebble-like, much like the banks of the River Dee, which runs through this most mountainous village in the UK. Gray, black and cream quartz crystals collide in a playful, contemporary mix.
Bradford recalls this northern England town’s rich heritage of stone buildings and flowing water. Rich grays and creams create a cozy neutral mix while various blues weave vibrantly throughout.
Copper flecks dust the surface of Bradshaw like the stained glass that graced a 16th century church famous in this part of England. A whirling fusion of taupe, tan, black and shimmering copper elevate this captivating neutral to standout status.
Brecon Brown™Classic Collection™
Warm browns and creams echo Wales' towering Brecon Beacons, a mountain range that includes the highest point in southern Britain.
Recalling a moody winter afternoon, these restrained shades of charcoal, silver and taupe reflect the beauty of weathered stone. Affluent yet approachable, like the quintessential English town of Brentwood itself.
Gleaming like the wave-kissed sands on the beach of Brighstone Bay off the Isle of Wight, this captivating design is as bold as the sailors whose fated ships lie in rest at the bottom of the English Channel.
Bristol Blue™Classic Collection™
As active and alive as the prosperous and cultured southwest England city itself, Bristol Blue is a sensational mix of black and blue with a dash of shimmer. Classic, yet eclectic and undeniably captivating.
Grand and majestic in stature, Brittanicca calls to mind the great rivers that flow through the United Kingdom with the many villages and cities dotted along their banks under a canopy of soft-gray skies.
Named for the London palace that's home to the British Monarchy, Buckingham is rich and versatile, with just enough unexpected interest. Browns, golds and grays converge with a hint of shimmer in this delightfully adaptable palette.
Coppery reds, browns and a hint of gray meld and swirl like the waters churned at the 19th century Burnbury Watermill in the heart of England. Warm, welcoming and classically rich.
Burton Brown™Classic Collection™
With earthy tones from dark chocolate to foamy ambers, Burton Brown is named after the East Midlands town famous for its many breweries.
Reminiscent of Brownhill, England’s coal mining hub, this bold design is resolute and timeless, blending rich black, charcoal, brown, and cream tones.
Meaning rock or rocky place in Gaelic, Carrick™ imparts memories of the stony gray walls of ancient castles standing resolute in the kingdom of Galloway where one of Scotland’s most famous kings Robert the Bruce held the Earldom of Carrick.
Caerphilly Green™Classic Collection™
An eye-catching blend of emerald, black, tan and gold mimics the grand landscape announcing the Caerphilly Castle in south Wales. These subdued, gentle hues come together to create a calm oasis in a hectic world.
Modern and monochromatic with subtle texture, Canongate™ is an intense study of dark green-gray that creates an anchoring effect of permanence and stability.
Cambria Black™Desert Collection™
Bold and majestic as the Welsh mountain range itself, Cambria Black packs a dramatic punch. Chic, smart and stylish, this design is as timeless as the land that inspired it.
Soft and serene, this even-tempered design is inspired by the sandstone ridges, limestone cliffs, and crumbling gray castle stones that give the ancient village of Castlemartin its name.
Cardiff Cream™Classic Collection™
The individual, creamy pellets in Cardiff Cream hearken the many castles that dot Cardiff on Wales' southern coast. This light, lovely foundation can be both modern and traditional.
Cardigan Red™Classic Collection™
A bold, yet warm choice. Like the well-worn sweaters once coveted by the fishermen of this Welsh coastal town, Cardigan Red is both comforting and exhilarating.
Carlisle Gray™Classic Collection™
Carlisle Gray brings to life the sandy shores of three rivers that converge in this northwestern England town. Gritty grays, whites and black collide in a random rhythm that makes a statement on its own, or blends gracefully into the background.
Cambrian Gold™Classic Collection™
Like a stunning panorama of Wales' Cambrian Mountains at dawn, Cambrian Gold captures shades of tan, cream, gold and gray for a cohesive, subtle palette that works beautifully alone or as a complement to other designs.
Carmarthen Brown™Classic Collection™
Named for the oldest city in Wales, the steady russet and black tones of Carmarthen Brown reflect our enduring Welsh heritage and speak of the hard but beautiful land that is the source of our inspiration.
The color of mist and drizzle, Castell’s gentle grays with specks of blue and white recall the ﬂagstones that anchor the guesthouse in Wales for which it’s named.
Elegant and flowing, this calming design features a soft-gray background with end-to-end linear white threads that weave a lasting tribute to the village from which it takes its name.
Striking, yet understated, the coppery-reds and browns in Chatham reflect this English town's unique dual-personality as the former home of a bustling naval dockyard, entwined by rolling hills and valleys. Its mood sways between a quiet elegance and hint of drama.
Like its namesake classic inn deep in the English countryside, this timeless russet brown with a hint of cherry evokes a sense of warmth and wellbeing. Cherrybrook beckons quiet comfort and simple luxury.
Coswell Cream™Classic Collection™
Like the sandy beaches of its namesake bay on the southwest coast of Wales, Coswell Cream calls for calm and relaxation. A soothing blend of cream, white and tan sets an easy-going pace and couldn't be more versatile.
A regal design with a refreshingly modern feel, Canterbury offers rich, warm tones of wood, leather, and stone befitting an ancient abbey or country manor found in the southeast county of Kent.
Dawn over the Scottish River Clyde is shrouded in sandy, rosy hues...the same palette that marks Clyde as a tastefully refined neutral. With a touch of class and texture it displays sophistication with ease.
Smooth and sensual, like the ancient river rocks found along the banks of Collybrooke Creek in southwestern England's Devon County. This swirling palette of darker sands and stones has a soft and comfortable beach-worn feel.
Like the shimmering hints of blue reflecting off the sea on a moonless night, this design captures the mood of the Charston Rock Lighthouse in Gloucester Harbor. Charston is engaging with a hint of drama around every corner.
The cool, rugged burgundy and creams of Cranbrook are brimming with vitality like this English market town itself. A hint of black marries the mix and adds versatility to its complexion.
The epitome of warmth and comfort, Cuddington features a neutral beige palette sprinkled with cinnamon flecks. Neat and tidy, it epitomizes the town of Cuddington, self named as "Britain's Best Kept Village."
Light, serene, and soothing, Darlington features subtle wisps of khaki and olive that meander like the slow rolling rivers that weave through this northeastern England market town.
Alluring and seductive, Daron shines like moonbeams on the deep blue Welsh river of its name, beguiling all those who gaze upon it with a light dusting of gold and platinum sparkle.