Little Greene Pink Paints at Lines of Pinner

Historically, ‘Pink’ is a name associated with yellow pigment, taking its commonly perceived meaning in the seventeenth century. It was several hundred years later, in the footsteps of an emerging fashion industry, that this family of soft, warm hues acquired its’ feminine association. Little Greene’s capsule collection of eight pinks combines historical muted pinks with much bolder shades such as Cape Red and Carmine, a significant 1960’s colour identified by English Heritage research.

Carmine (189)
Hortense (266)
Blush (267)
Confetti (274)
Hellebore (275)
Córdoba (277)
Cape Red (279)
Dorchester Pink-Mid (286)