Cot and furniture paint 750ml
This rich green has a pale overlay, inspired by the early morning dew on forest leaves in the beautiful Scottish highlands.
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 colour samples come in matte emulsion unless you leave a note specifying something different.
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Really good quality and the fact that it’s VOC free is amazing. My only complaint is the colour swatches are so inaccurate it’s a bit frustrating. I ordered a colour card by mail hoping that would be closer to reality than the on-screen colour but it wasn’t. I ordered 4 sample pots in various colours and a tin of this Highland Green. The sample pots were not really at all what I expected, much lighter. I used this colour in my bathroom that has no natural light and also in my kitchen which has loads of natural light. The colour in the bathroom is close to what’s shown on the screen but the colour changes so much in natural light, it’s a much lighter blue colour. Still beautiful and I do love it but it is drastically different between the two spaces.
Good price, quick delivery, and a lovely finish on the paint (though, as warned, the colour does look quite different from on screen - lighter and bluer). Best of all, knowing it’s completely safe for our little one who loves to lick stuff! Great brand, would definitely buy again.
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