Although the Little Knights paint range available today is the result of years of development work, it is only around 18 months since our products were launched onto the market.
But we do not intend to rest on our laurels and will continue to develop and improve our offering to ensure the safest paints on the market also provide customers with the choice and variety they would expect from a leading paint supplier.
Evidence of this commitment can be seen in our recent developments which include a major expansion of the Little Knights colour range, the introduction of sample pots and medium-sized paint tins and the forthcoming launch of a gloss option across the entire range.
At the end of last year we introduced 26 new colours - offering more choice and some wonderful new shades with names such as Hint of Mint, Crushed Apricot and Puddles.
We had always planned to develop the range and now offer a total of 42 colours. Many of the new shades are on the lighter side and have been designed to complement the existing range. They have been carefully chosen to combine subtlety with character, and sophistication with playfulness.
Last year also saw Little Knights introduce 100ml sample pots for all its colours. We appreciate that homeowners want to test colours in situ before they decide on the right colours for them and now they can.
We also introduced a 750ml tin size for all our colours and finishes – offering customers a smaller option than the 2.5 litre and 5 litre tins we had previously released.
The 750ml tins are targeted at those looking to paint furniture – a growing trend as more people seek to repurpose and renovate old chairs, tables, beds and cabinets.
Gloss option across the range
This year we will also producing a gloss paint option across the entire colour range whereas up to now it’s only been available for the ‘Pure’ shade.
Gloss provides a hardwearing, wipe-clean finish and is recommended for use on small areas, such as door trims, and areas where there is a lot of traffic and the likelihood of people knocking the surface.