Lime White

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* Samples available in Estate Emulsion only. Colours on screen may vary from actual paint.

Lime White is a historic tone named after the chalky pigments used in original distempers. It has the softest tone, created by the addition of a small amount of green pigment which gives it a totally timeless quality. When combined with Old White and Slipper Satin it feels both sophisticated and understated. A colour that feels as if it has been around forever. Mid Tones Undercoat.

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Lime White 5 5 19 19
Lovely colour Perfect colour-match from chart. Slightly messier to use (with roller) than the undercoat and definitely requires two coats, however the finish is excellent and worth taking the time over. 11 April 2015
Would buy Farrow & Ball again Very good delivery sevice. Very pleased with the coverage 24 March 2015
First Time for Farrow and Ball Read the previous reviews which fitted the profile of our requirements. We are renovating a period cottage. The walls are in good condition but needed an uplift from the existing dark colour so needed good coverage. The whole cottage has been painted in Lime white and provides an attractive contrast to the pure white woodwork. Excellent results. Would definitely recommend. 11 December 2014
Lovely deep colour This is a very deep white with a lovely slight green hint. Really lovely when blended with the right surrounding colours 10 November 2014
My decorator was v impressed plus low VOC The decorator even got his colleagues round to have a look at the finished job, it looks lovely. He said it covered well and was well worth the price. We chose the gloss because it had been a Which best buy for durability and because of its low VOC content. Having non-toxic indoor air and eco products is really important to me so this is great. 20 October 2014
beautiful, fresh, restful I bought a sample of Lime White to compare with Clunch as a unifying wall color for my relatively small house (c. 1875). Under the conditions tested, both colors appeared similar; however the Lime White appeared a tiny bit warmer / fresher and seemed to "sit on the surface" of the wall, whereas Clunch was a bit cooler and seemed to receded. Since I am trying to increase the sense of space in this house, I decided to go with Clunch. However, both colors are lovely, and I could easily imagine using Lime White in another application. 31 August 2014
This product went well with the Verte De Terre estate emulsion I was very pleased with the Lime White as I had asked yourselves which colour would compliment the Verte de Terre I was putting on the walls in my bedroom. The colours compliment each other and together with the cherry bedroom furniture make it a lovely bedroom. Really pleased. 07 May 2014
The perfect paint for any older property. I painted the inside of my 17 Century cottage almost entirely in Lime White and it looked fantastic. Coupled with Pointing on the ceiling (the best and easiest paint I have used on any ceiling) and with stripped wooden window sills/ seats & stone mullion windows, it made for a very contemporary look that was also warm and inviting. Everyone loved it and it worked just as well in all rooms. It appears quite cream in some light right through to an off white, to sometimes even taking on a very faint earthy green. Its fabulous. On selling that house and then converting another 17 Century cottage I flirted with some other colours (and indeed brands – shock – don’t do it) but I just wasn’t as pleased with the result, so ended up re-painting the whole house again in Lime White. This time I had painted skirting boards and I painted them in a Lime White eggshell and the result is awesome. The two types of paint together are very forgiving and it saves for a steady hand, and adds lots of character against both stone and stripped wooden floors. 21 February 2014
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