Causey Arch...

Posted by Peter Chapman on

Causey Arch

This colour is inspired by a bridge near Stanley in County Durham. It is the oldest surviving single-arch railway bridge in the world! Who knew that we had this much history just on our doorstep? 

The beautiful soft look of this colour reflects a classic tone that undertones the stonework of the Arch. A beautiful look on a wall that gives a minimalist classic but warm feeling to a room. 

Just next door to the Cuasey Arch is the South Causey Inn; a locally owned restaurant/ Hotel/ Events location! An absolutely beautiful location in a beautiful landscape. My friend had her wedding here and it was amazing! It was in November when the snow was just dusting the hills in the distant. It was funny, i've obviously worked here too long because one of the first things that came to mind when I saw those dusted hills in the distant was our paint range, in its first stages of development. It reminded me of snow capped Cheviot; the first colour of this story. 

Almost forgot to mention! Buy Quality; cos if you buy cheap you paint twice! 

Photo: Jared Benney

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