Effect paints - Lime Paint
Tinted Undercoat required for the best result
1 coat of tinted undercoat (undercoat for lime paint)
2 coats of Lime Wash Paint
1st application style :
Stretched brushed lime paint should be applied in vertical movements using a brush. Slight variations with subtle striated nuances appear, reminiscent of antique walls. This vertical effect gives a matte and delicate grain to the wall.
This lime wash coating gives a sober yet highly decorative style with a traditional natural finish and subtle striated nuances.
The stretched effect is perfectly suited for medium shades.
Cloudy brushed lime paint should be applied in regular movements at different angles, using a brush. This technique creates nuances reminiscent of the marks on antique walls.
Cloudy brushed lime paint gives a dense and textured decorative look with its matte grained finish.
The cloudy effect embellishes light, medium and dark shades.
2nd application style :
Burnished lime paint
Burnished lime paint should be applied using a stainless steel trowel and in rounded, supple layers. This visual effect is that of the lustrous lime wash in Ancient Rome which has been perpetuated by various cultures including Tadelakt in Morocco.
Burnished lime paint renders a spectacular mineral look with matte and shiny variations which you can accentuate by using our water-based finishing wax.
Ideal for light and medium shades.
Smoothed Lime Paint
Smoothed lime paint should be applied using a plastic smoothing trowel and in rounded, supple layers. The result is graphic, sophisticated and particularly elegant contemporary in dark shades.
Smoothed lime paint gives a deep and striking look with a matte and velvety finish which can be further enhanced by using our water-based finishing wax.
Intended for dark and bright shades.