VIP members get 10% off the colors of the month until August 31st. Flow Blue Flow Blue is a rich blue that’s deeper than French Enamel, but not as dark as Artisimo.  It is named after the blues found on the antique “flow blue” china. Marian loves Flow Blue layered under French Enamel for a…

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Artissimo Artissimo is our navy/midnight blue named for the blue and white fabric Marian used in her master suite.  Depending on the finish, it can look like a brighter royal blue or almost black. Artissimo pairs well with Boxwood and the other blue in this line. Tricycle Tricycle is the perfect red.  It’s bold and bright, but still…

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Kitchen Scale Kitchen Scale is a rich teal, named after an antique scale Marian once owned in her kitchen. The scale has since been passed along to Jennlynn, the president of Homewood House Paint Co. Kitchen Scale can be mixed with Linen to achieve a soft, robin’s egg blue. It pairs well with Grain Sack. Grain…

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Eulalie’s Sky Eulalie’s Sky is a pale greenish blue named after the color in the sky of a cow painting by artist Cindy Austin. Marian named the cow Eulaie and she has hung happily in her home for several years and has become a trademark of Marian’s style. Linen Linen is the cream in our line.…

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Lucketts Green Lucketts Green is named after the colors of the shingles on The Old Lucketts Store in Lucketts, Virginia.  It is Maran’s favorite antique and source of design inspiration, and she was a vendor there for several years. Lucketts Green is a soft, spring green with yellow undertones.  It’s very close to the color commonly found…

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Trophy Trophy is a warm, rich gray with yellow undertones.  Unlike Shutter Gray, which is very blue. Trophy is a truer gray reminiscent of a tarnished silver found on antique trophies. Marian loves to layer Trophy under Grain Sack and Ironstone for faded, Swedish finish. French Enamel French Enamel is named for French enamelware pitchers Marian has always…

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Farmhouse White This fresh color captures the feel of a classic farmhouse with white-painted wood siding, nestled in a bucolic valley. Farmhouse White really is the “perfect white”. Not too cool, not too warm and covers better than the other white in our line. Arabesque Think ballet tights, dusty pink tutus, and pale tea roses and you’ll have…

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Ironstone Ironstone is the closest to pure white currently in the line. It is named after Marian’s favorite thing to collect, white ironstone china.  This color is a slightly cooler off-white and pulls a little gray. If you want white, this is your color. Mix Ironstone with colors to lighten. Obviously, white pairs well with everything!…

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Boxwood Boxwood is our ru=ich, dark grassy green. Depending on the finish used on the piece, it can look bright and bold or subtle – more like a muted olive. Boxwood is named for the preserved boxwood wreaths and topiaries Marian uses in her interiors. Boxwood mixes well with Grain Sack to create a pale aqua. …

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Curio Curio is a rich, walnut brown that is perfect to use as a glaze or stain. It’s also a great color to use for mixing with other colors. It was named for the rich wood on a curio Marian inherited from her aunt. Pait Curio with a lightened version of Apron Strings for a classes brown…

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