Featuring Dulux Matt Emulsion Paint – Denim Drift


Whether you are convinced or not that depending on the colour of your painted walls can either help or hinder the way you feel when you are inhabiting that space within them, then perhaps it is worthwhile to consider putting blue shades back in the home. Not for curious and experimental reasons but because blue is (depending of the shade of course) everybody’s colour!

There’s no disputing that the subtle duck egg shades have been popular for a while in interior design and home furnishings. Denim Drift is a versatile grey-blue shade and when twinned with deep and dark blues for example we think it can scream for attention in its own special way.

Dulux revealed earlier in the year that Denim Drift is their colour favourite for 2017.  See how the Denim Drift shade balances and unifies the use of strong blue colour in the pic below

Denim Drift Retail and Trade Paints

Retailers such as B&Q retail 2.5 litre pots of Denim Drift. This matt emulsion version can be used in all rooms and household spaces, though it is not designed for kitchen and bathrooms particularly. However, in the new multi functional spaces of open plan living the paint performs very well

Dulux Decorator Centres, Nationwide are able to supply Denim Drift in Easycare finish. Easycare technology turns liquid splashes into beads when it hits the surface of the paint, making it easier to wash away before it streaks and stains. It is a tougher finish and performs better than standard Dulux Matt so you can remove stubborn marks without damaging the paint on your wall

TSS has reviewed other brands of paints in the past in many of our house projects, and, in our experience, and based on coverage performance alone, Dulux emulsions and satinwoods have proven to be the best for covering performance and finish quality

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