Dark and deep, much like the canal bordering this small village in England's West Midlands region. Armitage's blend of black and gray provides an easy, neutral canvas for rich hints of copper-orange to emerge from within.
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.
Like the River North Tyne that runs through this brisk English market town, marble-like waves of dark gray and black swirl about a backdrop of creams and light gray, proving casual can also be elegant.
Berkeley takes its name from a southern English town, and its inspiration from the river that runs through it. Hints of copper and a smattering of bronze swim among a riverbed of sandy tones, creating a pleasing combination of movement and inertia.
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.