Curated by Mylands’ colour experts and influenced by seasonal colour forecasts, these autumn and winter schemes feature a selection of Mylands new colours launched in September 2015 and can be used in their own right for a look that’s perfectly of the moment or select one or more colours to update or inspire your interior this season.


Create a calm, quiet space by layering harmonious colours, adding depth and interest with stronger accent colours on furniture or accessories.

Suggested Scheme: Bedroom

Kensington Rose™ No.22 – walls and ceiling
A warm pink/yellow based neutral which gives a soothing soft glow

Fitzrovia™ No.26 – skirtings, doors and window frames
A warm neutral with a touch of grey; ideal to anchor the scheme

Pale Lilac No.246 – focal point such as a bed frame
This beautiful dusky pink grey connects the scheme without dominating

NEW Crace No.16 – key accent such as bedside tables or a dressing table
Warm and muted, this pink-based grey adds a smoky depth perfectly suited to highlighting key pieces.


Juxtapose strong colours offset by a neutral backdrop; change the scale of the room with clever use of colour such as a bold painted floor to ground the scheme. Enhance with a key piece of furniture painted in the same colour for a striking effect which brings the accents to life.

Suggested Scheme: Dining Room

Acanthus Leaf® No.12 – ceiling
A delicate green based white with subtle tones

NEW Elgin No.20 – walls and woodwork
A soft yet strong green-toned grey which makes a versatile neutral

Rothschild Street No.296 – floor and key piece of furniture such as a dresser
A rich and deep maroon brown

London Plane No.200, Bloomsbury® No.267 and Floral Street No.147 – accents

Acoustic Vibe

A lively collection of colours with a modernist feel; clean, sharp outlines create energy to host accents of bold contrasting brights for a real buzz.

Suggested Scheme: Kitchen

Belgravia® No.6 – walls and ceiling
A green based neutral grey which pairs effortlessly with stronger colours

NEW Borough Market No.38 – skirtings, architraves and window frames
A deep petrol green which is intensely pigmented

Burlington Arcade No.216 – cupboard doors
A sumptuous blue green colour

Verdure Yellow No.148 – accent
A strong lemon yellow


Create your own retreat with nature-inspired colours and an unexpected twist; the ultimate fantasy!

Suggested Scheme: Living Room or Study

Myrtle Green No.168 – walls
A soft grey green which gives a muted yet statement backdrop

NEW St Clement No.11 – ceiling
This neutral warm grey perfectly complements green tones, adding softness to the scheme

Artillery Ground No.164 – skirtings, architraves, door and bookshelves
A rich deep brown with a lovely warm green base

Covent Garden Floral® No.270 – interior of bookshelves
This smoky pink red works wonderfully with earthy tones and offers the
perfect glimpse of colour behind books and thoughtfully arranged objects d’art