In the past whites derived from the minerals like Lime or Chalk used in their production. Adding oils to bind them to make more durable paint altered their brightness and generally warmed them to the eye. This is what we are used to these days though modern ‘bleached’ paints have lightened our palette. Through our plant-based chemistry this white offers a bit of both – brightness but still a ‘fair’ amount of pigment to settle it down to a very slightly warm grey tone.
Getting the canvas of your room right is a challenge for any interior designer, so I was delighted when I discovered the Edward Bulmer paint range. The natural pigments that they use in their paints really do bring your interior to life and give their palettes a versatility and depth that I have failed to find elsewhere.
Britta Brunner, BB Designs
£5.00 – £91.00
Colours shown are merely our best attempt to represent our palette online.
We strongly recommend that you try a sample pot on your walls at home.
Please note: we only deliver within the UK - orders to the Highlands and Islands of Scotland and Northern Ireland will incur a higher delivery cost, please see our delivery & returns page for further information.
Make up your colour moodboard - use fabrics and furnishings in these colours to get the look
To use this simple tool please add together the total wall lengths, so the parameter of the room which is the width measurement, then just one height measurement. This amount is based on coverage in 2 coats.
As a rough guide, 1 L of eggshell will cover 2-3 doors (both sides) and 1 L of eggshell will cover 20 metres of skirting board in min. 2 coats.
x requires (for 2 coats)
Please complete width and height
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