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LIVE 24-SEVEN


CHRISTMAS IS OVER A GOOD START !


I absolutely love Christmas!!! Everything seems brighter, warmer and cosier. Houses are beautifully decorated and welcoming. Folks are full of the Christmas spirit – and not only the type that comes from a bottle! Then there’s New Year, and a feeling of hope and optimism. Particularly this year – the dawn of a new decade, and a feeling that whatever our political views, things are at last about to move forward.


And then there’s . . . well not much really. A bit of an anti-climax. Twelfth night duly arrives, down come the decorations and the house looks barer than ever. It can even look a bit tatty. Perhaps it was like that before Christmas and we just didn’t notice. We’re all spent out, and dreading the arrival of the January credit card statement, so a major facelift is out of the question.


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Well worry not. A cat’s lick and a promise, as my old mum used to say, God rest her, really can go a long way. Whether it’s a tired looking living room, a long-ne- glected dining room (that has probably just seen it’s annual use on Christmas Day), or a hall that has lost it’s oomph; a coat of paint can work wonders. If your walls are already painted you’d be amazed at how much fresher the room will look if you just give them another coat or two – even if it’s the same colour. But while you’re at it why not change the colour? It could either be a dramatic alteration, giving the room a complete change of direction, or an enhancement of your current colour, making the room feel warmer and cosier


When it comes to paint colours, these days you truly are spoilt for choice. In recent years Little Greene have established themselves as a real brand leader. Using up to 40% more pigment than competitors, their colours have a magnificent depth to them, and are actually better priced than some of the so-called premium brands. The quality and application of the paints are second to none. All our decorators love using them!!! Little Greene began many years ago with their Colours of England range, developed in collaboration with English Heritage, and went on to produce Colour Scales, taking 12 of their best colours and expanding them into 4 hues of each colour. In 2013 they launched the Grey colour card. This was an instant hit, a proven palette of graduated greys, formulated on 4 naturally occurring pigments; Verdigris, Umber, Ochre and Red Oxide.


This was followed in 2015 by their Blue range. Comprising 21 shades, 17 of which were previously unpublished by Little Greene, this really is the colour blue at its very best. As you would expect, the palette encompasses a wide spectrum of tones, from confident indigo to calm linen hues. These are truly beautiful colours, which, when teamed up with Little Greene’s standards such as Joanna, Hammock and Rolling Fog defy anyone to utter the word cold.


Next came their Pink collection, comprising 8 pinks and a limited edition wallpaper.


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