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From House to home, with colour
We design our Houses as a place for members to be inspired, with colour playing an integral role in creating the right atmosphere. This is why we've teamed up with Lick to bring you an exclusive edit of eight paint colours, inspired by Soho House locations around the world.
From Soho Farmhouse's warm beige to the deep purple of our DUMBO House, each shade is designed to recreate the feel of your favourite House into the home. If you're unsure which colour to try, let our paint samples take the hard work out for you.
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Soft yet simple, this beige shade is inspired by the rustic interiors of Soho Farmhouse. Touches of grey and yellow create a cocooning feel, instantly connecting you to the outdoors while encouraging a sense of calm
As seen in the club bar, this teal is the perfect blend of blue and green, bringing a rich heritage feel to a room and creating the ideal space to sit back and unwind. Think crackling fires, naval-influenced artworks and old pine floors in Soho's oldest townhouse
This dusky green hue takes inspiration from an olive-green car that our founder, Nick Jones, saw on one of his first visits to the Soho House Rome site
Pink with a light touch of grey, this colour echoes the interiors of our House in Tennessee, giving a sense of warmth and character. Soho House Nashville, a former sock factory, is filled with exposed brick, reclaimed timber floors and velvet funishings to bring a relaxed feel with a rock 'n' roll twist
This shade is a balanced combination of grey and beige with delicate green undertones. Its warm hue lends a soft feel to reflect Soho Warehouse in Downtown LA, where exposed brick, murals and preserved graffiti tags pay homage to the building's 1960s heyday as a recording studio and artists' lofts
With blue undertones, this deep purple embodies richness and vibrance, just like the loft detailing it's inspired by. An ode to Brooklyn's artistic history, the feel of DUMBO House is a return to the 1960s and 1970s when DUMBO was a hub for New York's creative community
An infusion of warm and cool undertones, this grey shade is evocative of Soho House Amsterdam's interiors. Set in the 1930s Bungehuis building, it's inspired by Rembrandt's work, and features glazed ceramic tiles and marble-clad corridors
This taupe shade is a blend of grey and beige that mirrors the natural textures and sepia shades found throughout Soho Roc House Mykonos, reflecting its laid-back ethos
Find out more about the Lick x Soho House collaboration and the inspiration behind each shade.
Discover how to plan your space using our Soho House palette with Lick's interior design director, Tash Bradley, and lead colour consultant, Sam Bramley