Colour can dramatically change the look of your greenhouse and can be used to make it either stand out or blend in.
  • White’s & off-whites

    When it comes to colours, the Victorians would typically use brilliant white for their greenhouses; coupled with whitewashed interior walls it creates a really bright environment ideal for growing. A crisp white building can also look good in a secluded spot, drawing one’s eye from other parts of the garden. Subtle off-whites are commonly used to warm up the appearance when a bright atmosphere is still required.

  • Stronger colours

    Greens and greys are becoming increasingly popular too with some very strong colours really helping to make a statement in some gardens where other materials and planting demand it. Over the years we’ve developed a diverse palette of standard colours that have proved popular and effective in many situations. We can, of course, match most RAL or BS colours. Please ask about our matching service and availability of more unusual colours.

To help envisage the perfect colour choice for your greenhouse go to our Galleries and filter on individual colours or colour groups

RAL 9016
BS 10 B 15
BS 10 B 17
Lizard Grey
BS 10 B 21
Willow Green
BS 12 B 17
BS 12 B 21
BS 18 B 17
Cornish Blue
RAL 5024
Olive Green
RAL 6003
Reed Green
RAL 6013
Green Grey
RAL 7009
Pebble Grey
RAL 7032
Puddling Clay
RAL 7023
Light Grey
RAL 7035
RAL 7016
RAL 9017