Blue can be considered to be a “cold” colour, but when used in the right environment it can be inspiring. “Sky High” is ideal and comes in Easyclean which allows a matt finish to be used in a room normally reserved for a sheen finish. Finish this clean fresh look with Pure Brilliant White Quick Dry Gloss.
Tips: Synthetic bristle brushes are good value for money and great for using with water based paints as the bristle will not expand when wet.
Sleek “City Break” grey, gets a colour lift when complemented with bright, vibrant and fun “Up Beat”. Using colours in this way can help divide up living space in open plan homes.
Tip: All greys have an underlying colour tone, whether it’s green, yellow, blue, or red. If you can identify the underlying tone then use that to select a bright colour in the same colour family so it will perfectly complement your grey.
Crisp and clean Pure Brilliant White highlights this delicate blue front door. Moody Blue from the Crown Colourmix Downtown Collection complements this period home.
Tips: Liquid gloss not only enhances but protects exterior wood, use natural bristle brushes with solvent based paints for a smoother finish.
Choose colours to complement how you use the space. We’ve used “Interlude” & “Stepping Stone” Solo Mid Sheen, giving an air of elegance and indulgence paired with fresh clean aqua tones, perfect for pamper time.
Tips: Save time with Solo One coat. Solo Mid Sheen for walls and Solo Gloss or Satin for Wood and Metal gets the job done quicker. Don’t be afraid to ask in-store for advice on colour, preparation or finish, the staff will be more than willing to help you. Alternatively call Crown Paints on 01 8164400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org