Interior paint Little Greene color green Boringdon Green (295).

Interior paint Little Greene Boringdon Green (295)

A serene, muted green paint, Boringdon Green was discovered in the dining room of Saltram House – the ‘most impressive country house in Devon’ that was the 18th-century mansion of John Parker, 1st Baron Boringdon. Introduced as part of a Georgian makeover by the most revered interior designer of the time, Robert Adam, this period green paint exudes historical provenance. Create a calm bathroom space alongside crisp white woodwork or use in an exterior scheme.

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Hand-crafted in the UK
Highly-pigmented formulation
Virtually zero VOCs
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Paint Boringdon Green (295) in Interiors

At Little Greene, we are an independent, British paint manufacturer, committed to the socially and environmentally responsible production of high-quality paints and wallpapers. Our paints and wallpapers represent 300 years of decorative history. Referencing the key periods of interior design, from the 17th century to the late 20th century, we’re committed to an ongoing research programme, and are proud to breathe new life into the best colours and patterns from the past.