The most popular Little Greene paint colours, according to the internet

Stuck on what colour to paint your home? The internet has delivered. It seems you just can't beat a French Grey...

Ever found yourself wondering what colours other people pick for their homes? And what the most popular colours are?

With a little help from a handy search engine tool, we’ve finally been able to see which colours people search for the most.

1. FRENCH GREY

When it came to pots of Little Greene paint, the most popular choice is the classic French Grey – and hey, we don’t blame you. Paired here with a Tuscan Red, it’s a warm neutral that suits every space and will never date.

Walls painted in French Grey by Little Greene

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2. SLAKED LIME

The second most popular Little Greene shade is Slaked Lime, another lovely warm neutral. Here it’s contrasted against a zingy turquoise.

3. BASALT

The third most searched for colour is Little Green’s Basalt, a bold and dramatic shade of black.

Bedroom painted in Basalt by Little Greene

4. HICKS BLUE

It’s followed by another deep shade; Hicks Blue. Perfect for in an on-trend blue kitchen, a cocooning bedroom or moody living room.

Kitchen painted in Hicks Blue by Little Greene

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5. JUNIPER ASH

The next most popular colour is another blue shade, Juniper Ash, a warm blue-grey tone.

6. FRENCH GREY PALE

After these warm and dramatic blues, people prefer a range of calm neutrals, starting with the light and airy French Grey Pale.

This is the French Grey Pale by Little Greene

7. PORTLAND STONE

For a green neutral, Portland Stone has a lot to offer. It’s a warm shade, which is not beige but also not quite green. A lovely choice for country homes and cosy, homely spaces.

8. ROLLING FOG

Rolling Fog is a muddier, earthier greige.

Walls painted in Rolling Fog by Little Greene

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9. BONE CHINA BLUE

While Bone China Blue is a very crisp, almost-white pale blue.

10. LOFT WHITE

And finally, Loft White is a perfect white.

Floors painted in Loft White by Little Greene.

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The research comes from Sellhousefast.uk who used the search engine tool SEMrush to explore the most searched for interior colours. The research also looked into colours from Dulux and Farrow & Ball, and found that grey was the most popular choice with each brand. Meanwhile, white and beige interior colours are second favourite, and slowly increasing in popularity as we come out of winter.

The study also found that blue is the choice favoured by many interior designers, with the most popular shade of blue being Farrow and Balls’ Hague blue (3,600 monthly searches) and the Sapphire salute by Dulux (also receiving 3,600 monthly searches).

Thank you internet!

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