Mylands is Britain’s oldest family-owned and run manufacturer of paint and wood polishes. Renowned for their ease of use, rich coverage, high pigment and exceptional durability.
The Mylands range, available from Brewers Decorator Centres, uses only superior quality ingredients and natural earth pigments to produce their exquisite range of 120 timeless colours in a comprehensive selection of environmentally friendly interior and exterior paints.
Mylands colour experts present their pick of colours that will set the tone for Spring and Summer 2017 interiors.
From light breezy shades to jewel bright colours, the Spring/Summer 2017 palettes offer an eclectic mix of hues for all manner of styles and settings. Use one or more colours to inspire your decorating this season and beyond, and your local Brewers Decorator Centre is on hand to help you achieve the perfect look and finish for any space.
Green is poised for popularity with its welcome connotations of nature, health and wellbeing. Earthy, natural green colours create a gentle rustic palette with ochre and brown or for a fresh look, pair with white. Rich dark forest green is this season’s statement colour and an ideal update to navy and midnight blue that have enjoyed the limelight of late. Enhance sumptuous deep velvet green tones with silvery candlelight and mahogany accents; the perfect scheme for a dining room, cosy snug or dramatic boudoir.
Based on post-modern design and pop art influences, this palette is frivolous and fun. Playful colour combinations showcase bright, bold shades which can be used in any configuration or scale. Customise furniture with a unique distinctive look which can be easily modified or moved and set statement pieces against a dramatic backdrop to really embrace this trend; style with jewel bright accessories for a touch of bohemian-chic.
Inspired by glacier blue, ice and light, this palette has a delightful airy feel. Floaty, sheer accents add a touch of romance; think opal and iridescent glass accessories. Teamed with metals and slate or concrete, this palette takes on a more industrial look – whatever the styling, it works wonderfully in a kitchen scheme with granite and stainless steel.