This is a gorgeous shade that is warm, classic and bold. It refers to the stained hems of petticoats worn by the Outback women in the 1800’s and early 1900’s.”
A true rich vintage red, the color of a child's Radio Flyer tricycle and very similar to a barn red. It looks great on its own, and absolutely terrific when aged with dark wax.
A beautiful warm dark walnut brown, perfect for use as a stain, or for giving a piece the brown finish in prep for distressing
This really is the perfect white. Not too warm, not too cool, not too “off” white. It also has fantastic coverage!
This rich, stone color is named Schloss, the German word for castle. It’s warmer and richer than Trophy, making it the “greige” that our customers have been asking for!
Think ballet tights, dusty pink tutus and pale tea roses and you’ll have a good idea what to expect from Arabesque. This decidedly feminine color is also surprisingly neutral, making this pink one that goes beyond nurseries.
Bergere is a smoky blue with a lot of gray and taupe undertones. You'll see this color on a lot of French, Belgian and Gustavian antiques.
A warm, rich off white with gorgeous brown undertones inspired by the sweet icing made from almond paste.
A soft pale blue/gray/green color that can look entirely different depending on what it’s next to.
Eulalie's Sky, a pale blue-green aqua the same color as the sky in Miss Mustard Seed's cow painting. If you've been waiting for a robin's egg blue, duck egg blue or Tiffany blue, this is it.
"If there was a fire and all of my family was safe, I would want to rescue Eulalie. And that says a lot." MMS
This is a beautiful aqua inspired by vintage scale in Miss Mustard Seed's kitchen. A teal/turquoise color.
Inspired by the blue vintage transferware china, it’s bright, but classic and looks amazing when distressed and paired with dark woods. The name of the color comes from the technique used in the 1800′s – early 1900′s to transfer blue patterns onto pottery. This pottery has a beautiful blurry look and are in a varying shades of a rich blue…
Named for the color of antique blue gray house shutters, it's a pale gray with blue undertones. It will remind you of a French gray or Paris gray. It's like the color of a light fog.
This is an almost-black shade inspired by antique typewriters. Itfinishes to a soft black hue when waxed. It will remind you of a deep charcoal gray or graphite, with much more dimension than a flat black.
Here we have a pale punchy green that's an almost exact match to the exterior of the fabulous antique shop, the Old Lucketts Store in Leesburg, VA. It's a very fresh, spring green with a vintage feel.
Mustard Seed Yellow is a warm honey, muted mustard color. "A warm, buttery yellow, perfect for a piece of furniture. Strong, but not too in-your-face-hello-yellow." MMS