The best Edward Bulmer paint colours for 2022

Everything you need to know about Edward Bulmer's eco-friendly paints and the best paint colours for 2022

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Published: January 15th, 2022 at 11:00 am
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Who is Edward Bulmer?

Specialising in natural paint, Edward Bulmer is a UK-based paint manufacturer handmaking all their heritage paint in their Herefordshire workshop. The company was started by interiors expert Edward Bulmer, who has over 30 years of experience in the industry.

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Are Edward Bulmer paints eco-friendly?

Committed to ‘painting the future green’ Edward Bulmer prides itself on being among the most eco-friendly paint companies.

It is a pioneer in developing natural paints that blend quality and sustainability, offering total transparency (including declarations of all ingredients and where they’re sourced), while the raw materials come from plants and other natural elements, meaning that unused waste paint can be composted.

The company’s dedication to reducing its impact on the planet underpins all it does, from generating solar energy at its factory to buying in renewable energy.

Edward’s own experience as an interior designer, architectural historian and eco-campaigner has informed both the business’s ethos and its colour collections.

The Natural Paint range was developed using natural pigments that have been used by artists for centuries, in shades that are ideal for period homes but robust enough for modern living.

Using the colour key in its ‘hand painted fan deck’ you can reference the suitability of each colour to specific historic periods, to help you restore your home sympathetically.

What are the best Edward Bulmer paint colours?

For winter, look to Edward Bulmer’s earthy or deep hues. Indigo and Azurite are jewel-like blues that look fantastic together, or with off-white accents. Try Indigo with London Brown for a sophisticated interior or go bold with Dutch Orange alongside soft Fawn.

1. Indigo

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2. Azurite

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3. London Brown

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4. Dutch Orange

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5. Fawn

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Fawn

6. Tingry

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7. Brunswick Green Deep

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