Quarry

  • aragon

    Aragon™

    Gray and light brown tones are sumptuous and comfortable with a hint of luxury. Recalling King Henry VIII's first wife, Catherine of Aragon, this shade is both regal and relaxed.

  • ashford

    Ashford™

    Taking its cue from one-of-a-kind, stately manors and the rivers that flow through the town of Ashford, England, this adaptable neutral boasts an elegance unto itself. The richness and movement of russet, tan and black is welcoming and steady.

  • blackwood

    Blackwood™

    Flecks of gold, cream and blue glisten across a shroud of black, much like this village that sits atop Scotland's picturesque Clyde Valley, where two rivers converge below. Dramatic, yet classically neutral.

  • bradford

    Bradford™

    Bradford recalls this northern England town’s rich heritage of stone buildings and flowing water. Rich grays and creams create a cozy neutral mix while various blues weave vibrantly throughout.

  • brownhill

    Brownhill™

    Reminiscent of Brownhill, England’s coal mining hub, this bold design is resolute and timeless, blending rich black, charcoal, brown, and cream tones.

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    Burnbury™

    Coppery reds, browns and a hint of gray meld and swirl like the waters churned at the 19th century Burnbury Watermill in the heart of England. Warm, welcoming and classically rich.

  • chatham

    Chatham™

    Striking, yet understated, the coppery-reds and browns in Chatham reflect this English town's unique dual-personality as the former home of a bustling naval dockyard, entwined by rolling hills and valleys. Its mood sways between a quiet elegance and hint of drama.

  • cranbrook

    Cranbrook™

    The cool, rugged burgundy and creams of Cranbrook are brimming with vitality like this English market town itself. A hint of black marries the mix and adds versatility to its complexion.

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    Durham™

    Icy blues and grays twinkle within a cloudy black background like the night sky above Durham, a picturesque city spread across seven hills in northeast England.

  • ferndale

    Ferndale™

    Pebble-like and unpredictable with grays, whites, and darker tones, Ferndale is inspired by a Victorian villa set in the hills along England's southwestern coast.

  • halstead

    Halstead™

    Busy and brimming with vitality like the bustling eastern town of Halstead, England, this dark, neutral palette pops with surprises of ice blue and creamy shades.

  • hamilton

    Hamilton™

    Murky and mysterious, with subtle hints of light. Aptly named for the once medieval village in England's East Midlands, Hamilton emulates the ancient Roman pavements and baths that still remain in the region.