Painting has begun on the interior walls of our new Corn Street shop. We were going to leave the walls a little more 'rustic', but have now decided they need freshening up a little. We're using Dulux's 'Egyptian Cotton' and are spraying in a Supermatt finish.
Supermatt is a top quality, economical, high-opacity matt emulsion which gives excellent coverage and application. Suitable for all interior wall and ceiling surfaces, particularly new plaster that is still drying out.
This colour and its name is a nod to painters and decorators; a drop cloth is the traditional name for the indispensable painter’s dust sheet which this colour embodies. It reads as neither too yellow, nor too grey, and is the perfect contrast to the slightly lighter Shaded White and Shadow White – these three shades work together effortlessly.
We've been glued to our screens watching the BBC's interior design programme, 'The Great Interior Design Challenge'. The show is hosted by Tom Dyckhoff and aims to find britain's best amateur designer.
Get the look inspired by week 2...