British Paints

British Paints Inside

  • neutrals
    The neutral palette provides the most versatile of backdrops. Blend multiple layers of neutrals or team with a splash of colour.
  • greys
    Cool greys can create that contemporary luxe feel. While strong greys are easily balanced by a softer scheme.
  • greens+ blues
    Greens and blues invite the outdoors in. Draw inspiration from blue skies and tranquil gardens.
  • yellowc + reds
    Always vibrant, yellow and reds are warm and appealing. These colours are best when teamed with neutral tones or layered with vibrant colours.
  • pinks+purples
    From the softest blush to royal purple, there is plenty to love about the pink and purple palette.

Choosing colors the easy way:

  1. Be inspired by British Paints® colour cards or visit our website at britishpaints.com.au or britishpaints.co.nz. ; Look at magazines and draw cues from home furnishings that you might already have and love.
  2. Collect samples of British Paints` colour chips in your preferred colours. Colour chips are available in Bunnings Warehouse or can be ordered online from www.britishpaints.com.au. You can view coordinated sets of colours on our website or simply choose a ‘Sure can colour scheme’ highlighted in our colour cards.
  3. It is always a great idea to confirm the colour choice by purchasing a sample pot and trying out your colour at home. You don’t need to paint the wall. Try brushing the paint out on a board and moving the board around the home to view the colour in different lights.
  4. Once you have confirmed your colour choice, record the colour names on the handy shopping list together with room dimensions and return to Bunnings Warehouse to purchase your British Paints® products and get started! You can keep your colour record on file for future reference. Happy painting!

British Paints Outside

  • neutral
    Smart and serene, neutrals are the ever popular choice for outside and very easy to live with. Layer neutrals, tone on tone or team a light shade with a contrasting tone.
  • charcoals+greys
    Charcoals and greys are a sophisticated choice for the home. Embrace deep charcoals for street presence and notice how bright garden foliage pops.
  • urban
    Create an inspired modern feel to any home, with our urban palette. Perfectly paired against whites and neutrals for the contemporary look
  • coast
    Bring the holiday feeling home. The colours of sand, salt and shell are perfect tones to use pool side or in coastal locales.
  • colorsteel
    Create a tailored look and use the British Paints matches to Colorsteel to coordinate with fencing, guttering and garage doors.
  1. Be inspired by British Paints® color cards Look at magazines and draw cues from home furnishings that you might already have and love.
  2. Collect samples of British Paints® color chips in your preferred colors.
  3. It is always a great idea to confirm the color choice by purchasing a sample pot and trying out your colour at home. You don’t need to paint the wall. Try brushing the paint out on a board and moving the board around the home to view the colour in different lights.
  4. Once you have confirmed your color choice, record the color names on the handy shopping list together with room dimensions and return to Bunnings Warehouse to purchase your British Paints® products and get started! You can keep your colour record on file for future reference.

British Paints Whites

  • neutral whites
    Simplistic & stylish, neutrals are always easy to live with, Neutral whites are versatile and can be combined with a broad range of colours, They are fabulous when layered and work beautifully with timber tones.
  • stone whites
    Stone whites borrow the gentle tones of nature. Stone whites add harmony and coordinate easily with a broad range of colors in both warm and cool shades
  • cool whites
    Cool whites are crisp and clean. They beautifully enhance cooler tones like greys and charcoals. Cool whites are also a great complement to bright colors.
  • warm whites
    Warm whites are subtle and inviting. They evoke feelings of comfort and relaxation with their milky cream tones. These whites scheme beautifully with warmer shades like yellows,oranges and reds.

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