£5 sample pots and £1 painted sheets (where available) come in a ‘Pure Matt Plus’ finish, unless stated otherwise. Sample pots are 100ml and Painted sheets are approx 14 x 7cm.
The Colour Scheme Builder Tool includes all Fenwick & Tilbrook own-brand colours. Due to the limitations of digital displays, and variations in screen resolutions, the images on our website can only be a representation of the paint colour.
We recommend Claypaint
An ultra-matt and highly breathable water-based paint finish, specifically designed to be applied to lime plastered walls, which are often found in older properties.
We recommend Exterior Eggshell
A water-based eggshell with a satin sheen, designed to protect exterior timber structures in even the harshest of weather conditions. An outstandingly durable product with exterior grade colourants designed not to fade. Suitable for woodwork, plaster, masonry, and primed metalwork.
We recommend Interior Eggshell
A water-based eggshell with a soft sheen, formulated to be tough, and water-resistant with extraordinary pigment strength. Perfect for woodwork, including kitchen and bathroom cabinetry, walls and primed metalwork.
We recommend Pure Matt
A flat matt, water-based emulsion with a chalky, wipeable finish and extraordinary depth of colour. Perfectly suited to walls inlow traffic areas such as bedrooms and living rooms, and ceilings.
We recommend Pure Matt Plus
A tough and fully washable, water-based flat matt emulsion that has earned a Class 1 wet scrub resistance rating. Ideally suited to busy family homes and high traffic areas such as hallways, kitchens, and bathrooms.
We recommend Ultimate Masonry
A water-based masonry paint finish with a soft sheen, created to protect exterior surfaces in even the harshest weather conditions. With elasticity allowing for natural movement, it is outstandingly durable and resistant to fading.
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Product requirements will vary according to factors such as application method and surface condition. The calculation is indicative only and assumes two coats of paint. Very bright colours may require an additional coat.