Primevere Paint

£19.00 - £69.00£9.50 - £34.50 £19.00 - £69.00£9.50 - £34.50

Our take on a soft yellow paint, Primevere is named after its French floral counterpart, the classic primrose. This cheerful sunshine shade can't fail to lift you spirits! Pair with White Glaze and Toile.

Available in both matt emulsion and eggshell finishes.

British Made

British Made

*Please order fabric in 10cm increments e.g. 8.2m not 8.18m

  • Mixed to order in the UK
  • All colours available in Matt Emulsion and Eggshell finish
  • Paint coverage: 12m2 per litre
  • For best results apply 2 coats, although additional coats may be required on new surfaces or where there is a marked colour change
  • Touch dry in 1-2 hours, re-coat in 4 hours
  • Water-based, non-toxic and low in VOC's
  • Our paints are child and pet friendly and completely safe for use throughout the home including children's rooms and toys
  • Formulated with safe ingredients to comply with the toy safety regulations BS EN 71-3:2019
  • Despatched in 100% recycled cardboard inner and outer packaging. Shipping rules dictate a polythene bag and cable tie must also be used and these can be recycled

Matt Emulsion is a pigment-rich water-based soft matt finish for walls and ceilings, that combines durability with good coverage and ease of application.
Eggshell is a durable and modern water-based version of a classic eggshell finish with a low subtle sheen that is suitable for interior doors, trim and general woodwork.

Colours on screen may vary from the actual paint - we recommend ordering a paint card or a tester pot (available in matt emulsion only).

All our paints are mixed to order and are therefore non -returnable.

UK Mainland:
Delivery 2-4 working days by courier
Free delivery on orders of £195 or more
For Paint orders under £195, the delivery charge is £6.95

UK Remote Areas:
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Paint FAQs

Yes, our paint is available in matt emulsion (for walls) and low sheen eggshell (for wood and metal).

Matt emulsion is a pigment-rich paint suitable for walls and ceilings with a soft matt finish, whilst eggshell is a durable paint suitable for interior doors, trim and general woodwork with a subtle sheen. All our paints are water-based and available in both matt emulsion and eggshell finishes.

Yes, our low sheen eggshell paint can be used on woodwork and produces a soft sheen finish with added durability.

Our paint is formulated with safe ingredients to comply with the toy safety regulation BS EN71-3:2019. They are child and pet friendly and safe for use throughout the whole home including children’s toys and rooms.

Yes, our paint is suitable for bathrooms. Our matt emulsion can be used if your bathroom is well ventilated, with the tougher qualities of our eggshell making it more suitable for more extreme conditions. You can find more information in our help with painting guide.

Paint should be kept in a dry, frost-free environment and out of direct sunlight. Make sure the lid is securely closed to prevent air spoiling the paint. Paint should be stored away from food and drink and out of reach from children.

If the surface you are painting is in good condition and properly prepared, you usually won’t need a primer or undercoat. However, if the surface is bare or unsound, you should carry out good preparation and apply the appropriate primer. We’ve put together some of our hints and tips in our help with painting guide.

single coat of matt emulsion or eggshell paint should cover around 10-12 square metres per litre. However, please be aware that there are a number of factors that affect paint coverage, namely the way in which the paint is applied and the porosity of the surface that is being painted.

We’d always recommend leaving a minimum of 4 hours between coats. If you need any help with your painting project, take a look at our help with painting guide.

In most cases, two coats would be needed. However, if you are painting a particularly porous surface or the colour change is dramatic, you may need to apply additional coats. Please see our guide on help with painting.

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