paint & paper library

paint library colour collection

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We do not recommend choosing paint colours from a screen since they can not be accurately represented as they will appear in your home. For this reason, we always suggest you try a tester pot first.

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Paint & Paper Library was founded more than two decades ago in London by interior designer David Oliver. Providing inspiration, colour and design ideas for decorators, architects and interior designers worldwide, they offer a distinguished palette of over 180 unique colours, made to the highest of standards in the United Kingdom.

Found in some of the most prestigious properties around the world, Paint & Paper Library paints are credited with creating an unrivalled balance of colour, mood and light in contemporary interiors. Our carefully considered pallette comprises ‘Architectural Colours’ a proven range of stepped shades specifically designed to bring subtle depth to neutral schemes and ‘Original Colours’ inspired by historical, traditional and contemporary interiors.

Available in five finishes for both interior and exterior use, they have formulated thier paints to the highest possible standard.

Complementing our curated paint palette is the new wallpaper collection ‘Tresco’ which has been compiled by our team of colourists.

Encompassing a mixture of traditional and digital printing techniques, our new wallpaper collection features eight unique designs printed in a multitude of colourways taken from the existing Paint & Paper Library colour palette.

*Please note we are unable to accept returns of paint which has been tinted to your colour selection.  We advise purchasing a sample pot of your chosen colour prior to purchasing larger quantities. We do not recommend choosing colours from a colour screen as screens do not accurately represent paint colours as they will appear in your home.