Little Greene - Hicks's Blue 208
Hick’s Blue – No 208. LRV (Light Reflectance Value) – 10.
David Hicks, one of the most important designers of the 60s and 70s, used powerful colours in combination to dramatic effect. Besides domestic projects for English aristocracy, Hicks also worked on many commercial projects and used this blue in the restaurant at the top of the London Telecom Tower in 1962.
Suggested Colour Schemes:
Linen Wash (33), Hicks’ Blue (208), Basalt (221)
Linen Wash (33), Hicks’ Blue (208), Mischief (13)
Basalt (221), Hicks’ Blue (208), Mischief (13)
Other complementing colours include:
Related Whites: Slaked Lime 105, French Grey – Pale 161
Related Neutrals: French Grey 113, Mortar 239
Coordinating Colours: Sage Green 80, Juniper Ash 115
Contrasting Accent Colour: Green Verditer 92
Related Dark Colour: Jack Black 119