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Miss Mustard Seed's European Collection

Color Inspiration

Here at Miss Mustard Seed’s® Milk Paint, we have colours in our palette that work well together as a collection. We will be releasing new colour collections as time goes by, and we’d like to kick off the process by re-launching our European Collection!

These gorgeous and muted shades are all inspired by the culture, architecture and food of Europe.

European collection of colors by Miss Mustard Seed’s® Milk Paint - Mora, Schloss, Arabesque, Layla’s Mint, Marzipan, Bergere


Mora

Mora is a whisper of a colour. It’s a soft blue with subtle casts of green. 

Mora by Miss Mustard Seed’s® Milk Paint - European Collection


It’s a wonderful choice for your decor if you’re looking to add a bit of colour without it being too saturated.

Mora by Miss Mustard Seed’s® Milk Paint - European Collection

Mora is a chameleon, meaning that it can change looks depending on what is nearby.
Sometimes it will lean blue, green or even grey!

Take this curvy Mora style clock for example.

Mora style clock painted in Miss Mustard Seed’s® Milk Paint in the color Mora

 

When nestled up against a neutral sofa and warm jute rug, Mora appears more grey.

Our Milk Paint colour, Mora, is inspired by the town in Sweden which is famous for making the tall curvy

 clocks shown in the photo above. If you want one, better save your pennies!

See how the colour of Mora changes to more of a subtle blue/green on

this desk by MMSMP Team Member, Jenn Baker.

Photo Credit: Eight Hundred Furniture

Photo Credit: Eight Hundred Furniture

 

Like we said, it’s a chameleon!

Miss Mustard Seed’s® Milk Paint in the color Mora

In addition to pairing well with the other colours in our European Collection, Mora looks beautiful with Ironstone,
topped with White Wax and paired with bleached raw wood tones.
It’s a great colour choice if you are a lover of coastal style decor, or are in need of calming and soothing tone for your space.

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Schloss

Schloss is a German word that means “castle”. It’s a warm and cozy
mix of grey and beige, which the paint-loving world calls “greige”.

Schloss by Miss Mustard Seed’s® Milk Paint

Our founder, Marian Parsons (aka Miss Mustard Seed) grew up in Germany.
When she created Schloss, she was inspired by the warm grey colours of the stones that dotted the walls of
Germany’s famous castles.

Photo Source:  Miss Mustard Seed

Photo Source: Miss Mustard Seed

We have another shade of grey in our line called Trophy.
It has more blue in it than Schloss. You can see how they compare below:

Trophy and Schloss.png

Schloss mixes very easily and is a great colour to try if you’re new to our
world of Milk Paint.

Schloss by Miss Mustard Seed’s® Milk Paint

Because of its warmth, Schloss is an ideal colour to incorporate into your space. It’s quiet and grounding.
Accent Schloss with natural jute rugs, chunky knit throws and hand-thrown pottery.
It lends itself to all sorts of design styles like
boho, coastal, industrial farmhouse and transitional.

Schloss can be brought to the masculine side with industrial accents
like pipe shelving, metal table legs and mud-print fabrics.
It can also be soft and sweet. Imagine it in a nursery
surrounded by soft blues, greens or pinks.

Schloss by Miss Mustard Seed’s® Milk Paint in ironstone bowl surrounded with hydrangeas

Speaking of pink, let’s move on to Arabesque!

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Arabesque

Edgar Degas was a famous French painter known for his impressionistic
ballerina dancers.

Ballet Rehearsal - 1873

Ballet Rehearsal - 1873

The dusty shade of pink on their ballerina shoes and ribbons perfectly
embodies the feel of our Arabesque.

Arabesque by Miss Mustard Seed’s® Milk Paint in ironstone dish with brush

While pink may immediately remind you of tutus and ballet slippers,
let us assure you that Arabesque is quite the sophisticated shade!
It goes well-beyond the walls of nursery rooms and little girl
furniture pieces!

Arabesque by Miss Mustard Seed’s® Milk Paint in bowl surrounded by eucalyptus branches

If you’re a lover of mid-century modern decor and geometric prints,
then Arabesque is a shade you should seriously consider!

Photo Source: The Home Depot

Photo Source: The Home Depot

 

 

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