For the best dressed walls in South West London look no further than Paint the Town Green’s Stones Collection

Last Updated on : 29th March 2017

For anybody who’s interested in where colour is heading now that all things greige is on the wane then look no further than our very own Wandsworth based, painting & decorating company Paint the Town Green.  Adding to their award winning eco paint range, Paint The Town Green has teamed up with international style guru and interiors genius Nicky Haslam to produce The Stones Collection.


It was standing room only at the Collection’s recent launch at the PTTG store on Allfarthing Lane as South West London’s interiors cognoscenti gathered to meet one of interior design world’s true international superstars – Nicky Haslam. It’s Nicky Haslam’s very first paint collaboration – surprising I know given his long and stellar career. He was drawn to Phil Robinson’s environmentally friendly ethos and like all Paint the Town Green paints this new collection is non toxic with no lingering fumes and there’s no nasty smells – all really important considerations not just for our planet but also when decorating around little ones.

It’s a tightly edited collection of 6 sophisticated colours that Haslam has ‘always loved’ but had not been able to find in existing ranges. With names such as Tiger’s Eye, Periodot and Agate the colours are inspired by and named after precious minerals, gemstones and the natural world.
Having been lucky enough to bag an invite to the launch two things really struck me; firstly how colour really is coming back and secondly what sweeties Nicky Haslam & Phil Robinson are – a percentage of the collection’s profits is going to Duchenne Muscular Distrophy charity The Harrison Fund, a charity that both have a long association with.



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