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  • Gray and light brown tones are sumptuous and comfortable with a hint of luxury. Recalling King Henry VIII’s first wife, Catherine of Aragon, this shade is both regal and relaxed.

  • Recalling a moody winter afternoon, these restrained shades of charcoal, silver and taupe reflect the beauty of weathered stone. Affluent yet approachable, like the quintessential English town of Brentwood itself.

  • A regal design with a refreshingly modern feel, Canterbury offers rich, warm tones of wood, leather, and stone befitting an ancient abbey or country manor found in the southeast county of Kent.

  • The individual, creamy pellets in Cardiff Cream hearken the many castles that dot Cardiff on Wales’ southern coast. This light, lovely foundation can be both modern and traditional.

  • Carlisle Gray brings to life the sandy shores of three rivers that converge in this northwestern England town. Gritty grays, whites and black collide in a random rhythm that makes a statement on its own, or blends gracefully into the background.

  • Light, serene, and soothing, Darlington features subtle wisps of khaki and olive that meander like the slow rolling rivers that weave through this northeastern England market town.