a lovely light green
Earthborn Faerie is part of Earthborn’s collaboration with Country Homes & Interiors. Earthborn Faerie features a lovely light green, which would bring a soothing tone to any room.
See the rest of the range here: Modern Country Colours
Complimentary Colour: Dried Petals
Earthborn has teamed up with Country Homes & Interiors to develop this beautiful collection of modern country colours. Designed to work in Harmony with the classic Eathborn palette or as standalone shades, helping create the perfect backdrop to your home.
Who is Earthborn?
Founded in 2002 – Earthborn are the paint manufacturer for true eco-friendly paints. Earthborn was awarded the first UK licence of the EU Ecolabel for Indoor Paints and Varnishes. Earthborn paints contain no hidden nasties and are virtually VOC free with no unpleasant paint smells or fumes, making them perfect for your home, children and pets.
How to Apply Paint to Walls by Brush:
Ensure all surfaces are sound, clean, dry and free from dirt, grease and other contamination. Do not paint over weak layers of paint. Sand back any previous weak paint layers before you start. Where required apply Farrow & Ball Wall & Ceiling Primer & Undercoat. This will improve paint adhesion and promote depth of colour.
Using a fine-tipped synthetic bristled brush, apply the paint in a vertical direction. Spread the paint out evenly in a horizontal direction. On the application of the final coat, lay off the paint in a single direction. This will ensure that any brush marks and brush patterning effects (sometimes visible in certain lighting conditions) are minimised.
How to Apply Paint to Walls by Roller:
Using a medium pile woven polyester roller, apply the paint in diagonal strokes to create either an ‘M’, ‘W’ or ‘V’ shape. Fill in and over the shape, you have just painted to spread the paint evenly. Repeat this process, working in small sections. Always work from dry to wet areas, maintaining a wet edge to minimise roller marks. On the application of the final coat, lay off the paint in a single direction to ensure that any roller patterning effects (sometimes visible in certain lighting conditions) are minimised.