Graham & Brown Colour Card
Graham & Brown colour card offers the ideal way to take the guesswork out of choosing paint shades. Browse 90 unique colourful shades
paint offers one of the simplest ways to transform a space, so it makes sense that our online ordering system makes it just as simple to shop for it. Whether you desire a traditional cream or neutral colours or you prefer bolder statement hues that reflect the latest trends, Graham & Brown have an extensive selection of paint shades to complement every preference and décor style.
If you have decided to update your home with a fresh coat of paint, the first step is to choose the perfect shade. Though it is difficult to choose a colourwhen there is over 100 different colourways. Graham & Brown colour cards offer the ideal way to take the guesswork out of choosing paint shades. It allows you to compare different neutrals at speed or explore our paint collection at your leisure. Ordering a colour card is simple and it allows you to preview a particular shade. Especially before splashing out on multiple pots of paint.
Browse 90 unique colourways from Graham & Brown in this colour card
I have chosen my colour, what’s next?
Once you have identified the perfect paint colour with the help of Graham & Brown’s colour cards, it’s time to try out the paint colour you have chosen. We all know that it’s important to be 100% certain before you purchase. Visualising the colour on your chosen surface is an integral part of the painting process.
Who are Graham & Brown?
Started by two dear friends, Harold Graham and Henry Brown in 1946. With the severe shortage of paper following the War, Henry and Harold cleverly procured a large supply of surplus metallic paper, an eight-colour surface printer and a new embossing machine, with which the two men began a wallpaper revolution. The public, desperate for things to help brighten up their homes following the hard years of war, snapped it up so fast Graham & Brown could barely meet demand. The company grew quickly and prospered until the energy crisis of the Korean War in the early 1950s and the tragic early death of Harold Graham at 39. Henry Brown, determined to keep their dream alive and the business growing, appointed Harold’s brother Herbert as Director and the business moved on.
Through continued innovation and creative thought, Graham & Brown launched its now famous Superfresco brand, which was then, as now, easy to hang (and take down), could be painted or washed, and was the first range the company advertised on TV. Its iconic ‘what goes up must come down…’ TV advert was so memorable that it was used again in the late 1990s.
International expansion that had begun with the United States has grown in the last decade to see divisions established in France, Holland, Russia, Canada, and China, with the latest addition to the fold being Graham & Brown, Germany. Innovation of thought and action has seen the company drive the industry from the doldrums into growth.