Soft and delicate, as endearing as the softest little kitten's paw. A subtle, sophisticated and elegant pink with a touch of peach and dustiness to it.
Don’t trust your screen! Monitors and devices vary in how they display colour, so please order a sample tin first to make sure you LOVE the colour before committing to it (we're really sorry, but we can't take returns because you don't like the colour). All sample pots come in matte emulsion unless you leave a note specifying something different.
My daughter chose Kitten Paw for her bedroom and she loves it. I would say the color is slightly darker than the website picture but still great!
Really impressed with the quality of the paint. Looks beautiful on the wall and love the fact it is non toxic and has no smell.
Pretty pale pink with a slightly peachy tone to it but is more pink than peach. I bought silk version it has a subtle shine to it. I have used it on wood but also tested on the walls. It looks darker on the wall. It was a lovely paint to work with on wood, went on very smoothly.
This is a lovely shade of pink and very nice to paint with, very pleased thank you
Bought this for my daughter’s bedroom. Lively shade and great paint. Ticks all the boxes
Prompt delivery and good paint. Completely odour free and very pleasant.
Bought this paint for a nursery, so delighted with the quality. Looked great even just after the 1st coat, went on smoothly and a lovely pink shade.
I wanted to buy some non-toxic odourless paint and after a little research decided to try little knight. I chose Kittens paw, which looks lovely on the bedroom wall. It's a warm, subtle shade with muted tones. I would definitely use Little Knights again. There was a slight smell, but nothing overpowering or offensive. My son said it smelt like a sponge. Which is a curious, but interesting description. I gave 4* because 5 seems excessive. But I do like it.
Thanks for the review Mrs T, and we love the 'like a sponge comment'!
While Little Knights is odourless, it can actually release odours from the surroundings. This is because molecules from the surroundings (such as the wall) get dissolved in the water in the paint. When the water evaporates it can then take these molecules with it. This would happen if you painted pure water on your walls too. We hope this helps!