From liquid tin to robust rust, the latest paints on the market are anything but boring!
One of many finishes from the Effects range, Rust from Marc has a look so lifelike you’ll want to touch it every day. This paint is ideal to use when creating an exterior feature wall.
2. Coral Blossom
A massive colour hit in the ‘80s, Coral Blossom from Dulux is back, but with a twist. Use it as a feature colour in geometric shapes for head-turning impact. dulux.com.au
With its ability to replicate tin, Porter’s Liquid Tin paint can give a vintage feel to any interior or exterior. porterspaints.com.au
Soothing, yet bright enough to have an impact, Tapioca from Dulux will really stand out if you add some vintage furniture and hanging planters. dulux.com.au
Ideal for kitchens, nurseries and children’s bedrooms, Rust-Oleum’s Chalkboard paint can be applied to any surface and will be touch dry in 30 minutes. rustoleum.com.au
By Tessa Hoult
From Grand Designs Australia magazine Vol. 2 No. 2