What do you do when you’re fed up with your kitchen, but don’t want to spend thousands of pounds on a new one..?
Vintro Chalk Paint is suitable for all kitchen surfaces, namely cupboards, laminate and tiles and is available in lots of beautiful colours, no matter what your taste.
The owners of this large, modern but tired kitchen wanted a fresh, stylish new look.
They chose Pebble – a stunning oatmeal/taupe neutral – for their cupboards and radiator cover. They then decided to use Supreme Matt Emulsion in ‘Pearl’ for their walls, including the feature wall which previously had black and leaf design wallpaper. And here are the full results.
A wonderful illustration of how Vintro Chalk Paint can be used to transform your furniture and your home…
Adheres to any clean surface with no preparation required
Virtually VOC free
Wash hands and brushes with warm soapy water – no harsh chemicals
Vintro Extreme Lacquer provides the ultimate durability
Supreme Matt Emulsion is wipeable and suitable for all rooms including kitchens and bathrooms
As fashionistas are excited about which trends will be hitting the high street in 2017, interiors and homeware brands are also ready to launch new collections, colours and styles.
Now, I don’t know about you, but I’m not one for overhauling my entire wardrobe every year, let alone every season. I can’t afford it and neither would I want to throw out my old favourites.
However, new things will always catch our eye and there’s nothing like jazzing up an outfit you already have with a new bag, maybe a scarf, or some cheap and cheerful jewellery.
Furniture is no different. Most of us wouldn’t dream of redecorating our homes, or replacing the three piece suite, on a whim. But this doesn’t mean you can’t spruce things up or have a facelift.
According to an article from Elle Decor, this year’s range of colours all pick up on personality traits. Confidence, Composure and Comfort are the main drivers with sunshine filled yellows, peaceful blues and greens and charcoal greys. Pink and orange are those essential accent colours to break things up.
With this in mind, why not take a look at the Vintro colour chart and think about ways you could jazz up an old piece of furniture or introduce a new colour scheme to add the wow factor to a dreary room?
Almost all Vintro colours* are available in Supreme Matt Emulsion which is suitable for walls and ceilings in any room. If you can’t see the colour you’re looking for, they mix exceptionally well. Contact your local stockist for help and advice.
*Citron and Chocolate are not available in Supreme Matt Emulsion. There isn’t much call for fluorescent yellow or brown…
Vintro Chalk Paint are offering something no other Chalk Paint brand do and that is a FREE sample pot with every hand-painted colour chart purchased, at just £2.50.
You may say “but surely colour charts are free?” Unfortunately, most chalk paint manufacturers have to charge a small amount for these charts, because producing them costs money. Larger, more prolific brands like Crown and Dulux can churn them out for free because the production cost, for them, is a drop in the ocean.
So. Back to our free sample pot, which is the stunning French Navy, one of Vintro’s most popular colours – not just in furniture paint but also in their Supreme Matt Emulsion for walls and ceilings.
I’ve recently sold two items done in this colour in quick succession, so I thought I’d show you how fabulous it is.
Painting with French Navy is like dressing something in a posh suit. It’s smart and sophisticated. It’s a fantastic alternative to grey or black if you want something bold but a bit different.
I found this fantastic solid wood Scandi style bench and decided to paint just the top, in French Navy. The legs looked great as they were.
The gold handles and trim on this little 1970s cabinet look brilliant against dark blue.
This wardrobe wasn’t mine but something I was asked to paint for a friend, who was furnishing a rental property and didn’t want to spend a fortune on new stuff.
Again, what was once a pretty boring piece of furniture was transformed by the French Navy, complimenting the 70’s gold handles and simple lines.
If you fancy giving it a try and would like to order a colour chart and free 30ml sample pot, get in touch with me at email@example.comPostage is £3.00 or you can pop into my shop at Chilvers Coton Craft Centre in Nuneaton, Warwickshire.