The Colour Range
The colours in the range take inspiration from Manchester and it's rich history and heritage.
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Macmillan Cancer Support’s iconic green, formulated in HMG’s colour laboratories as a wall paint.
The county flower, representing Manchester’s status as the international centre of the cotton and textile trade.
A Mancunian twist on the noted ‘standard’ colour of household paint Magnolia.
Inspired by the rain clouds that cover Manchester for the majority of the year.
Stemming from the world’s perception of Manchester as Britain’s rainiest city, this greyish blue shade depicts the iconic rainy skies of Manchester.
The worker bee was adopted as a motif for Manchester and denotes Mancunians' hard work during the Industrial Revolution in the 19th Century.
Representing the stone colour of iconic Manchester architecture including stone for the Roman fort at Castlefield, St Ann's Church, Manchester Cathedral and the original buildings of Chetham's Hospital, came from Collyhurst Quarry. Collyhurst is the home of HMG Paints and has been since its inception in 1930.
Also known as mushy peas. In Northern England and the Midlands they are a traditional accompaniment to fish and chips, arguably one of Manchester’s favourite dishes.
A Mancunian slang term meaning great. “That looks mint”