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You’ll need to use either Silicate Primer or Bonding Primer before applying our Silicate Masonry Paint.

Silicate Primer

For bare porous unpainted masonry substrates such as lime plaster, stone, pebbledash & concrete.

100ml Tin


2.5l Tin


5l Tin


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Bonding Primer

For masonry substrates with previous masonry paint application.

2.5l Tin


5l Tin


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Get comfy with colour

Exciting! There’s nothing quite like putting your own stamp on a room and making it feel totally different. You might already have an idea of what you want; but whether you have or not, we’ll help you discover all the wonderful things you can do with colour, and feel much more confident in making the right choice for your home.

First steps

Think about what you would like to achieve. Having a clear goal like making a space lighter or cosier will help.

Consider the colours you love and how they make you feel. Do you have a favourite colour that you always wear? That might be a good place to start. Whether you love warm, rustic tones or identify more with floaty, romantic pinks and delicate pastels you want to pick a colour scheme that you will love and enjoy.

In the mood

Different people will take a different approach and there is no right or wrong way to select your colour scheme.

Mood boards can be really helpful and lots of fun too. A mood board can really help if you are torn between two ideas or colours schemes, create a board for each scheme and you will quickly start to realise which one is the right choice.

Mood boards are also brilliant if the colour scheme is a joint decision. They are perfect for sharing ideas with the rest of the family or with friends for honest feedback.

Creative combinations

A colour wheel is a great tool for selecting colour combinations, particularly useful if you need colours which will coordinate with an existing item such as a carpet or sofa.

With a colour wheel you can experiment with ideas and types of colour scheme.

Green colour picker

Do you want to go for a monochromatic scheme, selecting different tones of the same colour? This can be a great approach for creating a clean, modern looking space. Try selecting three different tones of the same colour and then to create a feeling of space try using the darkest on the skirting the mid-tone on the wall and the lightest shade for the ceiling.

Harmonious colour picker

Harmonious colour schemes are another option. Choosing colours which sit next to each other on the colour wheel will always create schemes that work. Harmonious colour schemes can range from neutral to bright and bold depending on the depth of the colours you choose.

Bold bedroom design

The other option is to go for contrast. Colours which sit opposite to each other on the wheel are often referred to as complementary. Using the colour wheel will give the confidence to choose colour combinations which are bold but you know will work together. Definitely worth playing around with and perfect if you are looking for something bold and dramatic.

Get a feeling for it

At Earthborn we always think that starting with the type of mood you would like to create in a room is a great way to achieve your desired look and a room that makes you feel exactly as you wanted.

To make picking paint colours easier we have created a mood picker which will generate a choice of colour palettes that match your chosen mood. Try it. It might even give you some ideas and paint colour combinations that you love but would never have thought of. If all else fails take a look at our inspiration section or our social media platforms for some lovely ideas and beautiful examples of finished rooms.