Shop to offer natural emulsion and oil paints
Pots of Paint
Natural emulsion and oil paints
Pots of Paint will soon be offering its 100 per cent natural emulsion and oil paints from a new shop situated in Langton Street, Chelsea.
Previously only available by mail order, the paints do not contain any harmful emissions; they allow walls to breathe and are made with sustainably produced raw materials and ingredients such as beeswax, milk casein and linseed oils.
Natural plant and mineral pigments are used to create the 50 colours in the Pots of Paint collection.
The range was developed by Edward Bulmer, an architectural historian and an interior designer who creates eco-friendly paints.
Pots of Paint will share its new shop with Volga Linen, which provides natural pure linen from Russia and Europe.
Pots of Paint's hardwearing 100 per cent natural formulations are available in 50 pigment-rich colours, and are now available to buy online from the company's website.
Pots of Paint is offering a selection of 100 per cent natural paints, which offer an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional petrochemical-based paints.
Pots of Paint's hardwearing, ready-to-use natural emulsion and oil paints come in 50 pigment-rich tones.
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