Little Greene: a new color chart inspired by the 60s and 70s

Little Greene: a new color chart inspired by the 60s and 70s

Little Greene launches its new "Retrospectives" color chart with no less than 32 original colors inspired by the 60s and 70s. True snapshots of these years, the colors always blend in well with our interiors, whether vintage or vintage contemporary. Zoom on 5 trendy colors.

Color Atomix Red and Brighton

Little Greene ### Because in the 60s and 70s, we did not hesitate to marry vitamin colors, Little Greene offers an amazing duo of light blue combined with bright red. Again, apply the light color to the majority of your room and apply red to enhance it.

Color Obsidian Green and Knightbridge

Little Greene ### To give pride of place to your wooden furniture, you can also opt for a very trendy dark color. Paint for example a wall in an almost black shade and add a few touches of dark gray to give relief as here with the beams.

Color Mocha, Deep Space Blue and Tan

Little Greene ### And why not have fun on the walls by mixing the colors in a very graphic way. Little Greene offers to combine blue, brown and extinct orange to create a wall like a Mondrian canvas for a wall that becomes the centerpiece of the decor.

Color Phthalo and Lawnmower Green

Little Greene ### Finally, to give a very refreshing atmosphere to your interior, bet on a variation of green. In this office, we chose to paint the wall in a green that is both soft and tangy and to bring out the feet of the office by opting for a more sustained green. Guaranteed effect!