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  • Brittanicca
  • Ella
  • Roxwell
  • Oakmoor
  • Summerhill
  • Galloway
  • Ellesmere
  • Nevern

~ Brittanicca ~

Grand and majestic in stature, Brittanicca calls to mind the great rivers

that flow through the United Kingdom with the many villages and

cities dotted along their banks under a canopy of soft-gray skies.






~ Ella ~

Taking its cue from the linear configuration of buildings in the village of Ellastone,

Ella features a lattice of lines and intersections embedded in a marbled dove-gray background.


~ Roxwell ~

Resolute bands of stately gray pebbled with notes of black, slate, and cream

recall the dignified stone walls of the 14th-century Anglican church in the village of Roxwell.


~ Oakmoor ~

Named for a small English village dating back to medieval times, Oakmoor aligns strands of caramel,

tan, and cream to resemble the wood grain of stately oaks in the nearby countryside.


~ Summerhill ~

Calm and serene with dramatic accents, Summerhill is named for the Welsh coastal

village where stately clouds drift gently out to sea across a silver-dappled sky.


~ Galloway ~

Deep and mysterious like the waters off a rocky coast, Galloway lures furtive glances.

It is a mix of sea, sand and time and shines like a luminescent pearl inside a rough and blackened oyster shell.


~ Ellesmere ~

Sketching impressions of canals that connect three rivers with the sea, Ellesmere spins

a tale of tall ships standing proud in a harbor off the moss-covered shores of a coastal town.


~ Nevern ~

The juncture of land and water always provides striking contrasts and blended harmonies.

Nevern is inspired by such a place and features a compelling palette of creamy taupes

and browns, wisps of berry, and a subtle silver shimmer that flow together beautifully.