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Fired Earth Paint

Fired Earth Paint.

Our paint collection brings together 120 colours, including elegant neutrals, bold accents and charming pastels, ensuring there really is a colour for every room. It’s not just beautiful shades that make our paint special though; it’s also the fact it is formulated to perform superbly and have a minimal impact on the environment.

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Fired Earth - Canvas. Strong, coarse cloth of hemp or flax, evoking fresh air and the mystery of travel: this is a light and practical base from which to explore other highlights.
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Fired Earth - Bone White. Of a soft grey appearance, this organic element has been used over hundreds of years by artists to form a gentle matt ground tone: simple and sophisticated, with a delicate ambiguity of character.
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Fired Earth - Oak Apple. Oak apple is known as a source of tannin and used when making the finest artists’ inks: this colour is subtle and evocative, adding a mellowed warmth with a light touch.
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Fired Earth - Storm. Named after the Storm Shadow plane in the RAF - Inspired by RAF Blue.
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Fired Earth - Pearl Ashes. As a story of transformation from pearl-oyster shells to a delicate ground ash: this soft tint retains its former lustrous pearly appearance.
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Fired Earth - Modernist White. Grey is certainly the colour of the season, infact, grey is the new white.
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Fired Earth - Malachite. Containing copper this mineral is prized for its deep swirling greens: peculiarly balanced, with vigour and verve, yet softly lush.
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Fired Earth - Hustle at 5pm. Commuting home in the hustle and bustle after 5pm would be bearable with a shade like this for company.
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Fired Earth - Dragon's Blood. Coming from the deep, darkly-toned red, resinous substance of the mysterious dragon’s blood tree: an exotic colour forming a rich backdrop for dining areas.
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Fired Earth - Carbon Blue. An intense blue, as though hewn out of carbon black, to produce a fundamental earth tone with power and depth.
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Fired Earth - Basswood. An American cousin of the lime or linden tree, its stringy bark is used for ropes and mats: a wonderfully workable, heart-warming colour, it will go with the grain of every home.
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Fired Earth - Graphite. In honour of the material revolutionising our ability to draw, the humble pencil: this shade is defined and made for contrast.
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Fired Earth - Alabaster. A Vermeer in a recipe made of alabaster and quartz colour used by artists such as combined: a reflective white to work sympathetically with changes in natural light.
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Fired Earth - Under the Wave. Opulent, decadent and warm, this darkest of blues with a green undertone is a shade we’ll be seeing everywhere.
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Fired Earth - Glass Samphire. As in ashes from the marsh samphire, or glasswort, a small plant found in salt marshes used in glass-making: a clear, cool, glassy blue, ethereal and soft.
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Fired Earth - Garden City. Mid-Century Colours is in part inspired by the Festival of Britain. Colours from this capsule collection are bold and optimistic and capture the spirit of the time making them utterly relevant for today's home.
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Fired Earth - Blue Ashes. A light blue of early evening dusk when the sky is backlit by the setting sun: clear with a hint of grey, a perfect eighteenth century tint with cool authority.
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Fired Earth - Yes Your Honour. From the colour of a high court Judge's wig.
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Fired Earth - Wild Olive. Presented in wreaths to winners of the games in ancient Greece, and in the ‘olive branch’ a universal symbol of peace: it’s evocative and forgiving, versatile and surprisingly usable, for living and dining rooms and especially suited to older properties.
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Fired Earth - White Ochre. A light off-white, coloured with an antiqued ochre, a prized pigment and a valued material: this delicate tint suffuses light with warmth of tone.
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Fired Earth - White Mulberry. A variety of the tree feasted on by silk-worms and cultivated for its beauty: a rare, delicate and gently-warmed tint.
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Fired Earth - Weld Yellow. The yellowish flowers of this small herb yield a fruit called ‘dyer’s rocket’, once cultivated for their clear yellow dye: an optimistic, lightly airy colour, especially suited to hallways and reception areas.
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Fired Earth - Weald Green. In Old English ‘wold’ referred to forests and ‘the Weald’ is known for glorious rolling downs: this naturally wonderful green is perfect when used inside or out, a harmonious, rounded, richly blended tone.
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Fired Earth - Wax Myrtle. Also known as candle berry, a shrub producing nuts coated in fine white wax used for making candles: this will bring a gentle and delicate light into any room.
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Fired Earth - Under the Wave. Opulent, decadent and warm, this darkest of blues with a green undertone is a shade we’ll be seeing everywhere.
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Fired Earth - Ultramarine Ashes. In Italian ‘oltramarino’, meaning ‘from beyond the seas’; this was a treasured hue made from ground and refined lapis: a light sea tone hinting at the infinite with definitive grace.
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Fired Earth - Tyrian Rose. Reminiscent of a legend of the Phoenician age, coming from the small murex shellfish and long associated with passion and power: timeworn and as ‘through a glass darkly’, a shade with presence and strength, exuding confidence without overwhelming.
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Fired Earth - Turkish Blue. Of the Ottoman Empire and imbued with tones of the Aegean: a colour with jewel-like sea greens and blues with a depth for contrast.
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Fired Earth - Tundra. Silent and still, pure and permanent, with just a hint of a secret, hidden warmth: providing a calming authority for tonal contrast.
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Fired Earth - Travertina Crema. Warm Mediterranean waters bubbling up from ground springs to create stones of fine, light, powdery hues: redolent of the palest Italian travertines, a gentle colour when used in our temperate climes.
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Fired Earth - Top Hat. A soft, matt black like the faded colour of a well worn Top Hat – softer than Charcoal and as such more sympathetic alongside other lighter paint hues.
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Fired Earth - Terracotta Warrior. At Fired Earth we travel far and wide looking for pigments and colours. Chinese History influenced the naming of this particular earthy, strong and robust paint colour.
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Fired Earth - Tempest. From the dark forbidding skies we saw in Stockholm shortly before a huge downpour.
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Fired Earth - Sweet Cicely. Also known as garden myrrh, its leaves are large, downy, scented like lovage: a light restorative, balanced, wholesome shade and sweet on the eye.
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Fired Earth - Summer Lichen. As a memory-warmed, lichen-covered wall glowing in the embers of the day: a dulcet green, calming and reminiscent of gentler times.
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Fired Earth - Stone Ochre. Of a warmer note, this ochre makes for a subtly-toned base: a colour harking back to the native earth pigments composing the tint.
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Fired Earth - South Bank. Mid-Century Colours is in part inspired by the Festival of Britain. Colours from this capsule collection are bold and optimistic and capture the spirit of the time making them utterly relevant for today's home.
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Fired Earth - Smoke Blue. As in rising smoke from a winter’s fire: light blue, aromatic and promising, with a gentle giving quality.
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Fired Earth - Skylon Grey. Mid-Century Colours is in part inspired by the Festival of Britain. Colours from this capsule collection are bold and optimistic and capture the spirit of the time making them utterly relevant for today's home.
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Fired Earth - Silica White. Like the strikingly pure flaked crystals found in quartz: this subtle off-white provides a powerful canvas accepting of colour and enlarging space.
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Fired Earth - Sienna Earth. From raw earth pigments toned with iron and manganese coupled with the rich pageantry of Siena and Tuscany: a wonderfully warm bright, historic colour, a joy in any room.
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Fired Earth - Selva. A timeless, rich dark green.
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Fired Earth - Sea Lavender. Found in salt marshes with small pale papery flowers: this lightest of lilacs forms a gentle backdrop, especially for living rooms and bedrooms.
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Fired Earth - Rose Mallow. Rose coloured petals form the flowers of this herb: a pretty tint, redolent of 1930s luxury, feminine and welcoming.
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Fired Earth - Rose Bay. From the Mediterranean shrub also known as oleander, a colour much loved through the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries: this is a lovely rose-pink, ideal for our gentler climes.
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Fired Earth - Roman Ochre. Evocative of villas and statues, frescos and mosaics: a delicacy much loved as a ground since Roman times for its light, fresh, warm tones.
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Fired Earth - Quartz Stone. As of clear white translucent crystals, also referred to as rock crystal: a clean, fresh, simple colour, making for light, bright use of space.
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Fired Earth - Pumice. Like the grey volcanic stone from which this colour takes its name: a light powdery colour whose tones will gently define space.
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Fired Earth - Pumblechook. A character from Great Expectations. 2012 is Dickens' 200th Anniversary.
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Fired Earth - Prehnite. This lively green is simultaneously both relaxing and invigorating.
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Fired Earth - Pompeiian Red. A refined earth-pink tone stirring memories of great houses, summer evenings and sandy lanes: a warm buff, nostalgic colour.
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Fired Earth - Plumbago. Named after lead ore and the herb with greyish-blue flowers also known as leadwort: this emphatic colour will add vigour to any room.
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Fired Earth - Platinum Pale. Redolent of the precious heavy white metallic element possessing rare qualities: a colour bringing simplicity with spirit allowing for contrast and calm.
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Fired Earth - Passion Flower. From the beautiful, exotic flower renowned for its showy corona: a snowy white to grace any wall.
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Fired Earth - Pale Coumarin. Like the vanilla which comes from the exotically named tonka bean: a gentle bright colour adding a delicate flavour and lightening rooms.
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Fired Earth - Pale Cirrus. An ariel of colours, will o’ the wisp and fresh as a feather: a tint sitting midway between the lighter tones of pink and blue.
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Fired Earth - Oyster. Regarded as a delicacy with the power to sate our desires: this soft oyster white will enhance interior space and light.
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Fired Earth - Oxford Ochre. A mellow yellow, as found in the Cotswolds around Oxford: a warm, creamy tint, soft and welcoming, tasteful in all parts of the home.
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Fired Earth - Orchard Pink. Even old apple trees, tired out with age, gnarled and knobbly, are, each spring, adorned with soft sweet blossoms tinged pink: a colour for gentle revival and a sweet soft tone for bedrooms.
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Fired Earth - Opal Green. Like the pale green opals found in the Balkans this tint has a watery quality, combining light pearl with a limpid ashen green: a refined delicate colour, with a hint of complexity.
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Fired Earth - One October Morning. A vivid and romantic colour which is beautifully delicate and calming offering elegance and personality to any space.
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Fired Earth - Old White. Deep majestic, a coloured quartz like a night sky: designed for juxtaposition with other shining elements such as silver and gold.
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Fired Earth - Old Ochre. As a backdrop aged and mellowed through generations: a lightly warmed white evoking a spirit of place.
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Fired Earth - Old Cream. Subtle, understated and versatile, like old cream in a Devon maid’s basket, a colour to ‘sigh in the daisy’s eye’, softly enhancing every room.
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Fired Earth - Nordic Light. A cool, calm, pale shade, reflecting the immense stillness of the magnetic north: a colour to magnify space and enlarge rooms.