Choosing a colour
Fusion Mineral Paint
Lamp White is a neutral cool white with subtle hints of grey. This colour resembles how white walls and furniture would appear after years of oil lamp use.
Raw Silk is a warm old white with barely a hint of yellow and just a touch of grey. The colour of newly formed silk – the perfect off white.
A beautifully warm neutral grey-brown, Linen can appear antique or modern depending on its application.Either way, just like the feeling of fresh-washed linen, it’s bound to bring a warm and cozy feel to the room.
Algonquin is our most popular deep taupe and tends to change its colour tone depending on the lighting situation. Is this neutral colour a yellow-beige or a brownish-grey or a grey-sage? It’s really hard to say as it all depends on the colours around it. It can go with just about anything!
A warm, yet eye-catching grey, Pebble is a great stand alone colour, but also works well with other warm tones.
Get into grey with this fantastic wooly neutral that adds a classy look to any interior. Little Lamb plays nicely with every colour in our collection, making it the perfect complimentary shade.
Bedford is one of our hidden gems. This is a mid-range neutral grey with a strong yellow tone. It goes well with the colours Limestone, Ash and Fort York Red.
Everyone’s favourite deep gray, Soapstone is one of those colours that is totally dependent on its surroundings. It's slight purple undertones added with the changing light in the room will play with your eyes in the most enchanting way.
Damask is a bold yet muted mauve that goes well with earthy neutrals like Algonquin and Cathedral Taupe, and perfect with neutral whites such as Champlain or Raw Silk. It also pairs well with our greys like Sterling or Little Lamb and even muted blues like Heirloom.
You won’t oink at this beautiful vintage colour! Little Piggy will turn any piece into a sweet pink dream. This hue is incredibly soft and is like painting with the first bloom of a blush rose.
Finally, the perfect warm shade of lavender! This gentle colour is just begging to revitalize your next DIY project. You’re going to love Little Stork! It's a match made-in-heaven of on-trend purple and light gray.
This millennial pink is so on trend! In every store and magazine, it's easy to see that pink is in fashion for interiors and accessories.
This on-trend minty green is a sweet addition to any space. Little Speckled Frog pairs perfectly with every other Tones for Tots shade and you can’t go wrong painting up a froggy storm.
Laurentien is our twist on a robin’s egg blue. At times it has been referred to as a pastel, yet it is just a bit too intense for that to be the defining description.
Make a big splash with this calming, lake blue that adds tranquility to any space. Use Little Whale on big pieces like dressers to paint on some zen.
Something borrowed, something blue. Heirloom is a cozy vintage blue that’s perfect for giving new life to old hand-me-down pieces in need of some love.
Its name speaks for itself. Seaside is the perfect deep coastal blue. It works beautifully on its own or with neutrals … think white seashells, sandy shores and deep blue oceans. The perfect trio.
Homestead Blue is our historical blue and has stood the test of time for over 20 years when we first came out with it. The grey and muted teal undertones goes well with deep yellows, reds and all neutrals.
Liberty Blue is a highly saturated, intense royal blue has been one of our original blues for over 20 years. It definitely packs a punch and stands out. Use with caution!!
Prairie Sunset is a cheerful, warm yellow. So vibrant, yet flexible enough that it can be used with just about any other colour!
Fort York Red is a vibrant fire engine red that has been extremely popular over the years. Splashes of this red really pops with excitement in an otherwise neutral room. When used under Coal Black or Ash for the distressed look, it can accentuate the mouldings or edges on the furniture piece.