Paint - Sample Pots
Our sample pots cover up to 1-2sqm, so they are the perfect way to see how our colours transform your home or for use for small craft projects.
Available to order in four finishes in larger sizes - Eco Emulsion, Ego Eggshell, Eco Gloss & Masonry.
- All sample pots are Eco Emulsion
- Made in Britain
Minack - A lovely soft yellow inspired by the succulent covered cliff tops at this iconic landmark overlooking Porthcurno Bay.
Atlantic Breeze - A subtle green/blue that is created when the strong Atlantic breeze whips the top of the waves along the north Cornish coast.
Mizzle - A warm grey that can sometimes cover the coast in a blanket of mist and the land and sea become one.
Manderley - A clear blue as classic as the line form Dame Daphne Du Mauriers novel Rebecca, last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again?
Drift - Washed up on shore and dried in the sun and salt, a very useable greyed yellow.
Frenchman's Creek - A green as deep, strong and mysterious as the natural creek in the Helford that inspired this colour.
Mullion - A warm neutral, based on the colours of the cottages in this cosy fishermans cove.
Fal Oyster - A soft neutral as found in the native Fal Oysters that are harvested from the sea and river bed of the Fal Estuary, and are famed for their distinctive sweet, fresh and delicate flavour.
Sea Thrift - This pink plant thrives on the rugged cliff tops around Kynance cove, gently bobbing and swaying in the wind.
Clotted Cream - A quintessentially Cornish colour as thick and delicious as the real thing.
Hepworth - A cool stone grey lit by the astonishing light in St Ives brings to life the sculptures of Barbara Hepworth.
China Clay - A white china clay has been mined in Cornwall for hundreds of years and has made some of the finest bone china in the country.
Sea Fret - A soft misty grey that shrouds the coastline, also known as a smugglers friend.
Lands End - A warm sand colour that wraps around and outlines the dramatic coastline as the land falls away into the sea.
Porthminster - A beautiful aqua so synonymous with the bay in St.Ives.
Fistral - A cool contemporary sky blue that is visible on a clear day in the wide expanses of Fistral bay.
Eden - A lush and tropical yellow/green inspired by the vegetation at the Eden Project, St Austell.
Mackerel Sky - A natural phenomena where the sky and the clouds are broken by a dramatic pink as the sun sets and glistens like a mackerels back.
Cornish Blue - Traditional Cornish kitchenware was decorated with this beautiful mid blue and cream stripes.
Lusty Glaze - A wonderful turquoise green to rival some of the waters in the Mediterranean, that can also be found at this beautiful beach on the north coast.
Storm Brewing - A warm grey that descends as the storm approaches.
Engine House - This brick red can be seen all over the landscape, towering above the trees, a reminder of Cornwall's rich industrial heritage.
Sennen Blue - Standing above Sennen Cove you look down to this magical blue, deep and bright and strong.
Bedruthan - A rich teal which echoes the deep turbulent seas off the spectacular North coast.
Crabber - A washed and whitened red used to preserve the sails of the working boats around Falmouth
Star Gazey - The blue of baked mackerel peeping out of piping hot pastry in a traditional winters pie.
Gig Red - Flashes of this racey red cut through the Cornish waves as gigs vie for victory.
Logan Stone - These grey stones are said to be a favourite meeting place of Cornish witches, who rode to them on ragwort stems.
Nankersey -Home to many Packet ship owners and Naval Captains in the 18th Century, this soft Aubergine reflects the tasteful elegance of this beautiful village.
Prussia Cove - A deep indigo that reflects the depth of the waters overlooking this smugglers cove.
Saffron - The strong yellow of the saffron bun, a Cornish delicacy to delight the taste buds.