Here at Holloways, we aim to tread as lightly on the planet as we can, and we work with ethical suppliers who share our values of quality, longevity and sustainability. Our paint ranges from Edward Bulmer and Neptune are the embodiment of that. Natural and toxin-free, they’re conscious paint colour in a tin – manufactured responsibly to protect the planet’s biodiversity, and to help you create a home you’ll love for years to come.
You’ll find the Edward Bulmer range upstairs in our Interior Design Studio, while our Neptune store-in-store, in the Gallery Showroom, is home to our Neptune range. Colour charts, sample pots and 2.5l tins in the signature and new-season emulsion and eggshell ranges are always in stock. And if you can’t see the exact shade you’re looking for, we will order it for you.
Need some inspiration? Our experienced designers are always on hand to advise on paint colours and finishes – just ask us in the showrooms or call 01886 884665 and we’ll be delighted to help.
Edward Bulmer Natural Paint
Awarded the Responsible Designer Award by House & Garden magazine, pioneering interior designer and architectural historian Edward Bulmer designs, creates and manufacturers his paints using just 12 natural earth and mineral pigments.
From Chequers to the Tower of London, he has spent 30 years working in some of Britain’s most important buildings. And his technological knowhow and practical experience translates historic colour references into paint shades perfectly suited to contemporary living.
Each pot of toxin-free Edward Bulmer paint is inspired by nature, and offers unrivalled pigment-rich paint colours and superior breathable coverage.
Twice a year, in spring and autumn, Neptune introduces a new-season paint colour.
Its edited collection is made up of more than 50 natural shades, grouped into signature palettes from Fossil to Smoke, Nordic to Plant. All of the interior paints are water-based, and available in matt emulsion or eggshell – and we have a huge range in-store.
Read more about Neptune’s seasonal paint colours in our Journal here.