Now you can buy the one tool you need to choose neutral colours with confidence
Understanding Undertones® is a core component of my comprehensive System for Specifying Colour, and this colour wheel is the definitive and only tool you’ll need to use every time you choose a neutral colour.
I guarantee it will transform the way you choose neutral colours forever.
Need more info on how to use the colour wheel? Click the link below for detailed instructions.
There are thousands of neutral colour options in the world but this system reduces that staggering number down to a simple list of nine most useful and most commonly seen.
These nine are identified by undertones and each one is illustrated and described on this convenient colour wheel you can hold in your hands. Take it with you when you’re working hard to find the right neutral colour for your home — whether you’re shopping for a neutral paint colour or hard finish or decor item — it will make your colour choices so much easier.
The nine useful neutral colours are comprised of five beiges, three greys plus taupe, which in my system, is a mixture of beige and grey:
- Pink beige
- Orange beige
- Yellow beige
- Gold beige
- Green beige
- Green grey
- Blue grey
- Violet grey
You may be surprised to learn that over and over again you will see one or several of these nine neutral colours in the majority of the hard and soft finishes available in the marketplace today. That’s why I’ve curated this list of neutral colours and called them the most useful and most commonly seen neutral colours.
Once you learn the almost magic power that comes from having my list of curated neutrals, your neutral colour selections become infinitely easier, allowing you to make colour choices quicker and with more confidence.
Really?! Yes, really. Learn to see and identify these nine useful neutral colours by their undertones, and once you do, you will be on your way to mastering how to choose neutral colours for the rest of your life.
What’s So Special About This Colour Wheel?
- You’ll clearly see a lighter and mid-tone version of each of the nine most useful neutral colours.
- Through a process of elimination the colour wheel will help guide you to the right neutral colour for any situation.
- You’ll develop the skill of recognizing the subtle distinctions between different neutral colours.
- You’ll dial the wheel to read specific notes teaching you important guidelines for working with each neutral colour.
- You’ll learn which neutral undertones can be combined harmoniously, and which combinations are better avoided.
- You’ll find the wheel an invaluable preliminary tool when you are trying to identify a paint colour, hard finish, fabric, furnishings and accessories as one of these nine neutral colours.
Bonus Ways this Colour Wheel Works for You
- You’ll also get my Curated List of Neutral Paint Colour equivalents, which allows you to customize the nine useful neutral colours with specific paint colours from Sherwin-Williams, Benjamin Moore, Farrow & Ball and Behr paints.
- You’ll learn helpful tips on how to use, and how not to use the colour wheel.
- You’ll find three specific examples of how to use the colour wheel. These illustrated step-by-step scenarios will show you exactly how to get the most of this tool.