Fired Earth Paint

Fired Earth Paint120 Products

Fired Earth Paint.

Our paint collection brings together 120 colours, including elegant neutrals, bold accents and charming pastels, ensuring there really is a colour for every room. It’s not just beautiful shades that make our paint special though; it’s also the fact it is formulated to perform superbly and have a minimal impact on the environment.

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Fired Earth - Flake White. An aged white, mellowed like distemper and traditionally a lead-based artists’ pigment: a colour particularly suited to older properties, providing light, airy decoration.
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Fired Earth - Granite. From this granular grey stone of igneous origin, ‘Houndstooth stone Aberdeen of the mind… this flecked insoluble brilliant’: a shade adding considered gravitas with real personality.
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Fired Earth - Malm. Inspired by soft loamy earth, textured with chalky marl: soft, flexible and giving, a gently calming colour.
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Fired Earth - Passion Flower. From the beautiful, exotic flower renowned for its showy corona: a snowy white to grace any wall.
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Fired Earth - Silica White. Like the strikingly pure flaked crystals found in quartz: this subtle off-white provides a powerful canvas accepting of colour and enlarging space.
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Fired Earth - Ultramarine Ashes. In Italian ‘oltramarino’, meaning ‘from beyond the seas’; this was a treasured hue made from ground and refined lapis: a light sea tone hinting at the infinite with definitive grace.
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Fired Earth - Old White. Deep majestic, a coloured quartz like a night sky: designed for juxtaposition with other shining elements such as silver and gold.
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Fired Earth - Old Ochre. As a backdrop aged and mellowed through generations: a lightly warmed white evoking a spirit of place.
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Fired Earth - Canvas. Strong, coarse cloth of hemp or flax, evoking fresh air and the mystery of travel: this is a light and practical base from which to explore other highlights.
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Fired Earth - Graphite. In honour of the material revolutionising our ability to draw, the humble pencil: this shade is defined and made for contrast.
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Fired Earth - Alabaster. A Vermeer in a recipe made of alabaster and quartz colour used by artists such as combined: a reflective white to work sympathetically with changes in natural light.
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Fired Earth - Aconite Yellow. Belonging to the buttercup family aconite produces bright yellow flowers: a colour with zest and energy creating real impact in larger spaces.
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Fired Earth - Bamiyan Blue. Named after the place in Afghanistan where lapis is mined and where, until recently, the Bamiyan Buddhas could be found: a fundamental shade inspiring well-being and calm.
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Fired Earth - Carragheen. A rich deep shade named after the highly-prized, edible purple seaweed found off the Irish coast: a startling colour designed for dramatic highlights.
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Fired Earth - Celadon. During the elemental process creating Chinese ‘mi se porcelain’, earthenware coated in a thin watery glaze was fired through the kiln’s flame to form a naturally harmonious, exquisitely calming tint, guileless.
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Fired Earth - A Day by the Sea. A blue designed to look like the reflection of the sky in the sea at Cornwall. A sunny tonic for both the eyes and soul….
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Fired Earth - Chalk White. The cliffs of England stand glimmering and vast, Out in the tranquil bay’: a calming colour, reassuring and like the great cliffs of Dover projecting and enriching light.
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Fired Earth - A Dip in the Lake. A complex blue-green. The shade of a tempting pool of a fresh water of which to dip your toe, encircled by Water Lillies and sunny blue skies.
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Fired Earth - Amethyst. Deep majestic, a coloured quartz like a night sky: designed for juxtaposition with other shining elements such as silver and gold.
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Fired Earth - Amber Gris. A rare organic substance used in perfumes and coming from the cachalot: this is a prized ground to contrast with both lighter and darker shades, the perfect neutral.
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Fired Earth - China Clay. Also known as kaolin, this material has been used to create the finest ornamentation: as a colour it makes for a versatile ground, especially in older homes.
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Fired Earth - Antimony. After the brittle textured, light-toned, metallic element used in kohl for drawing on skin and in eye-liners: this colour possesses a shining quality with a look of depth and richness.
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Fired Earth - Apres Ski. Snowy white with reminders of some after ski fun.
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Fired Earth - Araucana Shell. A soft and delicate shade offering a hint of lime to this sophisticated off-white.
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Fired Earth - Basswood. An American cousin of the lime or linden tree, its stringy bark is used for ropes and mats: a wonderfully workable, heart-warming colour, it will go with the grain of every home.
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Fired Earth - Bianco. Italian for white and named after the whitest of marbles: a pure fine colour emphasising our soft natural light, brightening rooms and ceilings.
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Fired Earth - Blue Ashes. A light blue of early evening dusk when the sky is backlit by the setting sun: clear with a hint of grey, a perfect eighteenth century tint with cool authority.
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Fired Earth - Burnt Verdigris. Imbued with the rich depth of an aged vessel and literally from ‘Greek green’: a colour suffused with golden heat producing dramatic tone with poise and flair.
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Fired Earth - Bone White. Of a soft grey appearance, this organic element has been used over hundreds of years by artists to form a gentle matt ground tone: simple and sophisticated, with a delicate ambiguity of character.
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Fired Earth - Carbon Blue. An intense blue, as though hewn out of carbon black, to produce a fundamental earth tone with power and depth.
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Fired Earth - Festival Orange. Mid-Century Colours is in part inspired by the Festival of Britain. Colours from this capsule collection are bold and optimistic and capture the spirit of the time making them utterly relevant for today's home.
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Fired Earth - Celadon's Robe. A dark, warm-grey neutral this colour is a versatile, very usable classic shade.
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Fired Earth - Chalk Violet. Dancing, merging mauves and pinks of water irises reflected in the luminous waters of a chalk stream: a fusion of dusty delicate umbers forming a subtle highlight.
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Fired Earth - Charcoal. Our ancestors used this material formed from burnt-out wood to sketch images that still survive in cave paintings today: powerful and uncompromising, an outline colour to lift bright reds and greens.
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Fired Earth - Gesso. Italian for plaster of Paris, it is an off-white: chalky, lightly-smoked and forming a fine base, especially suited for older buildings of character.
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Fired Earth - Cobble. A shade giving depth and conjuring up the patterns and textures of the smoothed, sea-weathered stones on a beach.
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Fired Earth - Cochineal. One of the reddest colours of the natural world, coming from the cochineal beetle found on the South American ‘prickly pear’, prized by the Incas, inspiring passion as a blusher for women, in artists’ frescos, and as a decorative colour in homes.
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Fired Earth - Debutantes Gown. Crisp and White like the ivory of a Debutantes Gown. This white has just a hint of warmth, rather than being too cool and clinical. Inspired by a English Debutante, think white gloves, ostrich feathers and the sparkles of the finest pearls.
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Fired Earth - Delias Secret. We all have those special secret cooking ingredients we hold dear. This delectable paint colour is a nod to our favorite herbs and spices. This beautiful fiery hue is reminiscent of tasty saffron, cumin and turmeric or perhaps your very own special secret.
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Fired Earth - Gypsum. Like the moon’s pale yellow orb hanging in the ‘sable-vested night’: a colour inspiring promise with its watery, bright light.
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Fired Earth - Dover Cliffs. There may not be bluebirds flying over, but the cliffs are definitely white!
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Fired Earth - Hansel and Gretel. This delicate soft pink hue was part inspired by The Brothers Grimm’s fairytale of the candy coated cottage tucked deep within the German Forest – covered entirely from roof to floor in Sweets, Gingerbread and Cakes.
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Fired Earth - Dowager. An aristocratic and refined Taupe with just the merest hint of grey. This colour is our personal homage to the Dowager Duchess Violet Crawley of Downton Abbey. Most definitely an ‘Upstairs’ colour.
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Fired Earth - Hummingbird. In a nod to the beautiful exotic bird our paint colour Hummingbird is a riot of saturated colour, with complex undertones of both turquoise and black. A stunning colour to set off both artwork and other objet d’art.
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Fired Earth - Hustle at 5pm. Commuting home in the hustle and bustle after 5pm would be bearable with a shade like this for company.
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Fired Earth - Dragon's Blood. Coming from the deep, darkly-toned red, resinous substance of the mysterious dragon’s blood tree: an exotic colour forming a rich backdrop for dining areas.
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Fired Earth - Ecru. Simply the delicate fawn tint of unbleached linen: perfect for all rooms whether in old or new homes.
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Fired Earth - Duck Egg. Reflecting the contradiction of an eggshell: a colour of substance and fragility, stimulating and calming, clean, light-hearted and with appeal through the generations, excellent in kitchens and bathrooms.
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Fired Earth - Garden City. Mid-Century Colours is in part inspired by the Festival of Britain. Colours from this capsule collection are bold and optimistic and capture the spirit of the time making them utterly relevant for today's home.