Already offering its custom wares in 24 shades, color isn’t unfamiliar territory for British cabinetry maker Plain English. But that doesn’t mean it can’t expand its offerings. Co-founder and creative director Katie Fontana, in collaboration with interior designer Rita Konig, unveils Colour, a new spectrum of water-based paints in eggshell, gloss, and emulsion finishes. Showcased in a Georgian farmhouse in Suffolk, the 12-shade line was, Konig says, “conceived to work in groups of three: a different color for under the counter, the wall, and the cabinet,” the idea exemplified in cheeky scrub-brush samples. Consider pairing the pastel Silver Polish and Cotton Pinny with the moodier gray-blue Bib and Braces. Or swap out one for a jolt of the saturated yellow Nicotine or zesty-orange Medlar Jelly.
Cabinet Maker Plain English Debuts New 12-Shade Line Called Colour
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