The top paint brands at Kent Blaxill
Ready to paint your bedroom a new colour? Looking to give your living room a fresh coat of paint? Maybe you are not ready to paint your house just yet but would like some paint inspiration for when you are ready. I get it… I’ve been dreaming about painting some rooms in my house for quite a while but simply can’t find any time. However, that doesn’t stop me from browsing through paint catalogues online or spending hours daydreaming about different ways to decorate my rooms.
I couldn’t be more excited to share with you that I’ve partnered up with Kent Blaxill, wallpaper, paints and decorating tools supplier, to reveal some of the most popular paint brands on the market right now. Have you ever wondered what others are buying? Have you been curious to know what are the best-selling paints at a leading decorating centre? If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, today is your lucky day. Here are the most popular paint brands sold at Kent Blaxill.
“Pronounced tick-ku-re-la, this Nordic paint brand is a leading brand of high-quality indoor and outdoor paints.” explains Midlands Traveller. Tikkurila paint was established in 1862 in Finland and was later brought to the UK in 1983. Some of this brand’s most sought-after paints include Tikkurila Anti Reflex 2 White, Tikkurila Optiva Matt 5 and Tikkurila Helmi 30.
Dulux’s story began in 1919 but it wasn’t until 1931 that the brand name “Dulux” was born, a combination of durable and luxury. Today, Dulux is a leading paint brand with thousands of colours to pick from. Some of the most popular paints from the Dulux paint range includes Dulux Trade Vinyl Matt Brilliant White, Dulux Trade Vinyl Matt Mixed Colour and Dulux Natural Hessian.
Bedec has been producing high-quality water-based paints since the early 1980s. Some of their top paints include Bedec Extra-Flex Elastomeric Masonry Paint and Bedec Multi Surface Paint Satin.
This mum transformed her entire kitchen in two weeks for less than £100. Part of the transformation was a full re-paint of the kitchen cupboards that went from a yellowish white to a sleek and modern anthracite colour using the Bedec Multi Surface Paint Anthracite Satin.
Farrow & Ball
Farrow & Ball started in Dorset in 1946 with John Farrow and Richard Ball who shared a passion for making rich colours using the finest ingredients. Forward to this day, Farrow and Ball’s colours are used all across homes in the country and worldwide. Farrow and Ball Hague Blue, Farrow and Ball Sulking Room Pink and Farrow and Ball Stiffkey Blue are highly popular colours.
Many of their paints are recommended by the industry’s top designers, including Farrow & Ball Borrowed Light, Farrow & Ball Parma Gray and Farrow & Ball De Nimes. These paint colours have been rated as some of the go-to blue paint shades by these designers at Architectural Digest.
Have you ever used any of these paint brands? If so, what was your experience with them?