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Maple Paint

Maple Paint

Regular price £2.48
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50ml Sample Pot

£2.48

2.5L Emulsion

£39.96

Please note: this colour is being discontinued at the end of June. If you require a size that is no longer available, please contact our team at customerservices@abigailahern.com

This deeply grounding pigmented paint colour with its beautiful blush undertones, is an incredibly versatile shade ... Read More

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Please note that the representation of the colours on the screen can be different from the shades in the tin. We recommend ordering sample pots to check the colour works for your space before ordering larger tins.

Measurements & More Info

Dimensions:

Sample pot emulsion: 50ml
Emulsion: 2.5L

Coverage is dependent upon the surface being painted, but the following can be used as a guide:

2.5L tin of emulsion/eggshell will cover approximately 25-35 square meters (one coat)

5L tin of emulsion/eggshell will cover approximately 50-70 square meters (one coat)

Typically, two coats of paint will be required to give the desired finish (although this is dependent upon the thickness of application and the surface being painted).

Overseas customers: 5L tins are not available for delivery; please order using 2.5L tins.

Care Guide:

Please always follow manufacturer's instructions on the tin.

UK Delivery £4.95 or FREE on orders over £120*

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FAQs

Paint Questions Answered

What is the difference between Eggshell and Emulsion?

Emulsion is a flat matte paint with no sheen and should be used to paint your walls and ceilings.

Eggshell has a slight sheen but is more durable, so it should be used to paint all of your trims including window frames, skirting boards, door frames and radiators.

Eggshell can be used on walls too.  It's perfect for high traffic areas like hallways and bathrooms and can add a contrasting design element to your scheme if you want to create extra intrigue with textures especially when you use the same hue. 

How should I test paint colours?

Always buy sample pots before you decide on your colour palette and make your decision after you’ve painted the largest area you can. Swatch cards can be too small to provide a full picture so take the plunge and paint a wall or at least half a wall.

If this is not an option paint a large sample on a big piece of card or lining paper. Tape it to your wall look at your sample throughout the day to see how it looks and feels when the light changes. It helps to keep it there for several days/weeks to really get the feel of your considered hue. 

How much paint do I need?

Coverage is dependent upon the surface being painted, but the following can be used as a guide: 

2.5L tin of emulsion/eggshell will cover approximately 25-35 square meters (one coat)

5L tin of emulsion/eggshell will cover approximately 50-70 square meters (one coat)

Typically, two coats of paint will be required to give the desired finish (although this is dependent upon the thickness of application and the surface being painted).

Should I paint my walls and ceilings the same colour?

When you paint the ceiling out in the same colour as your walls you blur the boundaries and the room feels bigger and creates a seamless transition. If you have a white ceiling you accentuate the boundaries and quite often the lack of height in a room.  Pushing the same colour around your whole room creates the perfect backdrop for the rest of your furniture, rugs and accessories.  If you are not ready to take the full plunge into colour drenching your whole room, consider painting your ceiling in a slightly lighter tone to your walls, a white ceiling only ever looks good with white walls (if you like that kind of thing of course)!

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    Maple Paint


    Why you'll love it

    This deeply grounding pigmented paint colour with its beautiful blush undertones works anywhere in the house. It’s an incredibly versatile shade, working as beautifully in the bedroom (the perfect colour to help you wander off to sleep) as the dining room where it evokes memories of far-off distant lands. Maple is a warm, welcoming cosy pink paint colour that will make any room feel more intimate and intriguing. 

    No Fail Styling Tips

    Just as beautiful painted in a bedroom as it is in a living room or dining room, Maple is one of those versatile paint colours you can use anywhere. Why not do as AA does and stick to this one hue throughout the room. By painting the ceiling, skirting boards, window frames and doors, and of course the walls all the same colour, magic happens. Colour drenching in one colour throughout, blurs boundaries and makes the space feel instantly bigger. Need some help deciding on a wall colour? Take a peek at finding your perfect palette.
  • About Our Paint

    Our earthy, muted soft colours have all been designed to coordinate harmoniously together. From swampy hues and summery grasslands, to winter forests and even the colour of the earth after a downpour, these hues have all been inspired by nurturing landscapes.