Taken from the pantry door at Wimpole Hall, this shade is typical of the drab colours used to paint ‘back-of-house’ areas, where waiting staff would prepare meals and refreshments for the owners of such grand country mansions. These colours were popular because they didn’t show dirt or damage easily, and were thriftily produced by blending leftover paints and pigments from the decoration of the main house.
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