10 Ways to Use "Slate" From Paint and Paper Library
The Slate paint colour family from Paint & Paper Library offers the versatility needed to create a well-rounded colour scheme in your home. Slate is a truly versatile family of neutrals that creates a soft, understated backdrop throughout any interior scheme. There are five separate shades within the Paint & Paper Library Slate family, Slate I, Slate II, Slate III, Slate IV and Slate V.
The Slate architectural family provides a soothing and warming graduation of neutrals. Use these colours on their own or in combination to create a well considered colour scheme in your home.
Slate I | Slate 1 Paint & Paper Library Paint Colour:
Slate I is an architectural colour that is one of the most useful colours in the Paint & Paper Library colour palette. Slate I is the lightest shade in the graduated Slate family of colours.
Slate I provides a neutral backdrop in this modern, minimalistic kitchen.
Slate II | Slate 2 Paint & Paper Library Paint Colour:
Slate II is Paint & Paper Library's most popular warm grey, as it has the ultimate adaptability to any scheme. Slate II is an excellent neutral for a tranquil living space.
Slate II provides a peaceful ambience in this elegant hallway.
Slate III | Slate 3 Paint & Paper Library Paint Colour:
Bring an element of warmth to your space with Slate III. A highly versatile neutral and another one of Paint & Paper Library's most popular colours. The third tone in the Slate colour scale.
Slate III, Paint & Paper Library
Slate IV | Slate 4 Paint & Paper Library Paint Colour:
Create a sophisticated scheme with Slate IV. Use Slate IV to create warmth and ambiance in any room in your home.
Paint & Paper Library's gentle white tone, Fuji, is often a popular choice for ceilings in warmer schemes. Combined here with Slate IV on the units and panelling, Fuji has been used as an accent tone within the mouldings.
Slate V | Slate 5 Paint & Paper Library Paint Colour:
Combining classic painted shaker cabinetry with contemporary flush stained oak creates a timeless combination. The painted cabinets, finished in Paint & Paper Library Slate V, tone beautifully with the warmth of the oak and the White Macabus Quartzite countertops add depth and grandeur.
Combining the Slate Paint Colours from Paint & Paper Library:
Slate II (above dado rail) and Slate V (below dado rail) from Paint & Paper Library highlight the architectural features in this tonal entrance.
Slate I (walls) and Slate III (panelling) from Paint & Paper Library
Paint & Paper Library’s Slate V (walls) and Slate IV (ceiling). Zoned areas and discreet functionality allow for an effortless flow throughout the family space.
A strong grey with a dash of violet, Sharkskin (feature wall) pairs with Slate IV (walls) and Slate II (ceiling) for a smart, contemporary bedroom space.
Slate II (kitchen cabinets) and Slate IV (wall) combine in this elegant tonal scheme from the Paint and Paper Library Architectural Colours.