The Jubilee has seen a burst of interest in all things to do with Queen Elizabeth II.
Even home interiors and now paint colours are undergoing the Jubilee effect.
Homebase has worked with Angela Wright to show you how to match paint colour to the Queen’s own personal fashion style.
Meadow was worn by the Queen at the Burnley Jubilee tour
- a light soft green, this is a reassuring colour. Green always restores balance and when we see green in the landscape we know instinctively that we are not going to starve, so we are reassured.
Magical was worn by the Queen at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show
- a very delicate light blue/purple, this colour is soothing; it calms the mind and communicates trust and reliability.
Pale Duck Egg was worn by the Queen at the Fortnum and Mason visit
- a pale blue, this is a friendlier colour than most - it combines the values of blue, green and yellow and yet somehow always manages to be classy.
Lemon Juice was worn by the Queen at the Royal Wedding
- a light yellow is the colour of optimism and creativity. It is one of the psychological primary colours and it activates the emotions, the ego and self-confidence.
Ballet was worn by the Queen at the Manchester Jubilee tour
- a delicate light pink is the colour of the feminine principle and activates the nurturing instinct. It is physically soothing, and is very effective both to wear and to paint your home, especially the bedroom as it will help you to sleep well.
Sky was worn by the Queen at the North London Jubilee tour
- quite a bright turquoise; it's a very inspirational colour which also has associations with spirituality but in a light-hearted way.
Peach was worn by the Queen at Royal Ascot
- a light warm shade, it has similar properties to Ballet pink, but it has much more yellow in it, making it more fun. It is not orange, but it is going more in that direction - and orange is the number one fun colour.
To see these colours head to the Homebase store.