Colour isn’t the only consideration when decorating kids rooms. The paint itself need to be tough and durable. Here we’ve used Easyclean Scrubbable matt with built in stainguard.
Tips: Introduce another fun element using colour by painting wooden furniture different colours.
Bathrooms really benefit from fresh colours, citrus tones or crisp aquas (blues or greens) all work well. Always keep in mind that a wipeable finish capable of withstanding condensation is best. In this case we’ve paired “Hot Toddy” Breatheasy Mid Sheen with Pure Brilliant White Kitchen & Bathroom Mid Sheen.
Tips: Not every colour off the shelf will be available in the finish you require so consider the finish you need for the function of the room first. 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 email@example.com
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.
Colour is stimulating and emotive so it’s important to get the balance just right when decorating a child’s bedroom. Use colours that reflect personality, but balanced with tranquil pastels. In this case “So Sweet” is married with “Lavender Scone” and “Chance” all in Breatheasy Mid Sheen.
Tips: Crown Breatheasy finishes are 99% solvent free with virtually no odour and are ideal for rooms that need to be used straight after painting. Masking and covering up is essential for protecting all the things that you don’t want to get covered in paint, but it’s also a massive time saver in the long run.