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Trend meets tradition with 144 colors that enhance contemporary living.
Inspired by the shade of lime putty used by the 18th century Williamsburg mason Humphrey Harwood, this almost weightless color mimicks whitewash.
A rich, decorative shade, Capitol white references orders in Virginia's colonial records to paint public buildings with white oil paint.
Based on the late 18th century paint color found by paint analysts at Burton Parish Church. It was Reverard Goodwin, the rector of the church in the early 20th century,...
Capturing the 1770s paint color discovered by paint analysts on the exterior of the Geddy House, this soft white is reminiscent of 18th century creamware.
Based on tan distemper paints used in 18th century wallpapers, this refined, gently weathered neutral adds a sense of history to any space.
Anchored in Colonial Williamsburg's colonial revivial palette, this gracious, elegant neutral is fresh and sophisticated.
First discovered during paint investigations in the 1950s, subtle Palace tan captures the shade of an aged 18th century white paint commonly used throughout the Historic Area.
A rich, deep gray with a mossy green undertone, Tavern gray is based on the 18th century practice of mixing white and black pigments.
This soft, versatile shade of pale gray echos the stone color suggested in 18th century British builders manuals.
The stone shade referenced in 18th century British paint and builders manuals is the color inspiration behind this softer mid-tone gray.
Tracing its origin to the late 18th century paint color uncovered by paint analysts on the exterior of the Finnie House, this go-anywhere gray has a rich, traditional feeling.
A mix of 18th century white, black and yellow pigments give this deep neutral its velvety soft quality.
Reflecting the 18th century practice of mixing white and black pigments, this deep, blackened gray gives weight to a library or den.
An elegant, earthy shade of deep gray, this color evokes the 18th century custom of mixing white and black pigments.
Capturing a mid-18th century shade identified by paint analysts at the Peyton Randolph House, this deep, dignified color mirrors the richness of centuries-old stone.
Detected by paint analysts, this classic gray-taupe takes a historical cue from the exterior of the Robert Carter House during the American Revolution.
Mirroring the depth of a mid-18th century shade found by paint analysts at the Peyton Randolph House, this deep charcoal gray adds historical interest to any space.
Based on the deep greenish-black color created by aging verdigris, this blackened gray is as rich and relevant today as it was more than a century ago.
Capturing the shade of aged lime putty, this soft reflective white sets a warm tone.
A classic cream, this rosy and refined hue mirrors the shade of an early 1770s color found through paint analysis at the Prentis Store.
Based on 18th century white oil paint, this warm, all-purpose cream is ideal for walls and trim.
The white distemper paint used for printing 18th century wallpaper is the basis for this sun-kissed shade of creamy pale white.
Inspired by the 1760 color found by paint analysts at Bracken Tenement, Cornice tan adds subtle elegance to any space.
This rich, toasted hue captures the shade of a circa 1760 color uncovered by paint analysts at Bracken Tenement, owned by the "round bellied vicar" John Bracken.
Elegant and understated, Brush beige is a mixture of naturally occurring pigments commonly used in the 18th century.
Inspired by original 1750s colors found on architectural fragments from the Charlton Coffeehouse, this is a gracious and elegant mid-tone tan.
A deep, milky brown, this shade from the colonial revival color palette is often used to protect the thresholds of Colonial Williamsburg's buildings.
Modeled on a 1750s color found at the Timson House located just outside the Historic area.
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