Our deep pink 'Nicaragua' on the ceiling and 'Pompadour' on the walls paired with That Rebel House pieces from their 'Day' Collection We are delighted to introduce you to our latest colour crush with That Rebel House, not only masters of curating artisan crafted textiles and vintage homeware but also of pairing contrasting colours effortlessly. That Rebel House have a vision to make eco friendly choices as much as possible; artisan/small scale production, handmade, more U.K based production, sourcing vintage over new, promoting eco friendly interior design and using FSC, recycled & recyclable packaging. So our plant-based paints were the natural choice to complement their new collections; ‘dawn‘, ‘day‘ and ‘dusk‘. That Rebel House have created these three vibrant collections that inspire one to ‘reimagine our spaces, to redefine true beauty and throw the rule books out and bring wild, curious, indefinable and challenging thought in.’ The bold colour choices and pairings used work so well because all of our colours work in tonal harmony together because they are all created by Edward from the same family of earth & mineral pigments – plus they have been curated by the incredible eye of the design team at That Rebel House. The 'Day' Collection 'Pompadour' on the walls, paired with That Rebel House homeware from the 'Day' collection 'Pompadour' on the walls, paired with That Rebel House homeware from the 'Day' collection 'Pompadour' on the walls, paired with That Rebel House homeware from the 'Day' collection This year we have decorated and really gone to town with our colour palette and let's just say the results are stunning. We could only have achieved these looks with the talent and support of our paint partner Edward Bulmer Natural Paint. After much consideration, consultation with our favourite decorators, samples ordered and tested, brands values considered and assessed; we were delighted when we agreed on choosing Edward Bulmer Natural Paint for our relaunch and new collections. That Rebel House 'Pompadour' on the walls, paired with That Rebel House homeware from the 'Day' collection Pompadour Nicaragua Drab Green As a brave, alternative choice to the popular dark wall colours of greens, blues and greys, That Rebel House fell for our stunningly rich, dark and warming deep pinky red ‘Pompadour‘ after the Marquise de Pompadour, Jeanne Antoinette Poissonnoun a french noblewoman who was the lover of Louis XV. That Rebel House go onto say ‘if you like your blue, green and earthy soft furnishings as we have chosen in the Day collection they are set off beautifully against the Pompadour backdrop. She really is a charming talking point of any living space.’ That Rebel House 'Day' collection paired with 'Nicaragua' on the ceiling and 'Pompadour' The key element in all our Rebel House rooms are a contrasting colour for the woodwork, coving and built-in furniture for an impactful accent colour against our wall colour. On recommendation from the Edward Bulmer team, we're loving the sludgy contrasting effect of Nicaragua on the ceiling and wood work. Now this is how to paint a ceiling! That Rebel House That Rebel House talented trio with our 'Olympian Green' on the doors That Rebel House discuss how they style their spaces, ‘Immersing ourselves in the Edward Bulmer curated colour palette we are always looking at spaces with three colours in mind, the Walls, the Ceiling and the Accent colour. This makes choosing much easier as we don’t have to nail just the one colour, but you have immediately started the layering process, developing the room beyond its five walls (the ceiling being the fifth). Then we start adding emotion and character, understanding how do we want to feel in this space, of course light and use is a consideration but colour stirs emotion, feelings of calm, tranquil, comfort and at the end of the day satisfaction and happiness. What do we LOVE – that is the driving force behind our rebellious untamed style.’ The 'Dawn' Collection Tablescaping with That Rebel House 'Dusk' Collection complementing our 'Olympian Green' on the doors Partnering with Edward Bulmer Natural Paint has achieved results beyond our expectations. Firstly, it is completely liberating to discover a paint business that curates a focused palette of colours that you can immerse yourself in. The choice is broad enough to cover any interior style or desire. The tones beautifully compliment each other making it much easier to partner contrasting colours as you will see. The coverage is excellent and the finish is kind of tactile for want of a better word, you have a desire to run your hands over the finish. The walls feel luxurious. That Rebel House Tablescaping with That Rebel House 'Dusk' Collection complementing our 'Olympian Green' on the doors Olympian Green Pearl Colour Cuisse de Nymphe Emue The 'Dusk' Collection 'Drab Green' and 'Aquatic' on the walls, with 'Aquatic' too on the woodwork for their 'Dusk' Collection 'Drab Green' on the walls, 'Aquatic' on the woodwork with That Rebel House 'Dusk' Collection 'Drab Green' on the walls, 'Aquatic' on the woodwork with That Rebel House 'Dusk' Collection 'Drab Green' on the walls, paired with 'Aquatic' on the woodwork with That Rebel House 'Dusk' Collection Drab Green Aquatic Red Ochre The Drab Green, in name but certainly not in nature is actually much brighter in certain lights and has created the perfect background for the delicious orange and pink soft furnishings that sit against it. The Aquatic accent colour, harmonises the tone of Drab Green embellishing a deep richness with in the room that would never have been accomplished with a white or a grey. That Rebel House 'Drab Green' paired with 'Aquatic' on the walls, with That Rebel House 'Dusk' Collection A 10% off code from That Rebel House In celebration of our ‘colour crush’, That Rebel House are offering you 10% off their beautiful homewares. Use the code: EBNP10% The code will be valid for two months from today, 14th May 2022. Thank you for using our plant-based paints for your eclectic collections That Rebel House, we love the use of colour, texture and pattern and the way you have styled our colours with such great contrasting effect. If you would like to know more about That Rebel House’s Dawn, Day and Dusk collections and our paints, do take a look at their feature on us too and click here. With huge thanks also to photographer Rachael Smith for capturing all the above photographs.