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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


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5l Tin


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Bonding Primer

For masonry substrates with previous masonry paint application.

2.5l Tin


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Lady Bug in a romantic colour scheme | Interior decorating ideas

10th February 2023

Romantic colour swatches.

Fall in love with Lady Bug, our Colour of the Year 2023. This richly toned burgundy has perfectly blended undertones of red and purple, making for a highly versatile colour choice for any room. To help you seamlessly introduce Lady Bug into your home, we have lovingly created 4 simple colour schemes that will inspire you add a spot of Lady Bug in your home.

Coupling up Lady Bug with peach and pink hues is a match made in colour heaven. Guaranteed to help promote feelings of calm and relaxation, this beautifully romantic colour palette would be perfectly suited for bedrooms and bathrooms – great for unwinding after a busy day.

Fall in love with Lady Bug

We all know that reds and pinks tend to be commonly associated with love. Which is why we couldn’t resist pairing Lady Bug with our pink hues Rosie Posie and Cupcake. Together this harmonious trio have a soothing effect, perfect for areas where you want to promote feelings of relaxation.

If this trio is just a bit too sweet for you, try mixing Lady Bug with one of our peaches Ballet Shoe or Peach Baby. Consider half painting the lower part of your wall (and wood skirting and door frames using Eggshell No.17!) in Lady Bug and the top half of your wall in Ballet Shoe. The softness of Ballet Shoe perfectly complements the deep earthiness of Lady Bug, making for a scheme that is equally as romantic and oozes sophistication.

Have you used Lady Bug in your home? We would love to see! Be sure to give us a follow us on social media and tag us using #earthbornbyme.

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