The richest red on our color chart originally derives its name from Latin, but is now a widely used term for purple shades of red. Based on the strong, shiny red of David Hicks from Barons Court in the 70s, Incarnadine is undisguisedly classic and glamorous. A dignified ambience in the entrance area is created in connection with Tanner's Brown on woodwork. Incarnadine in combination with a light white goes well with a more angular and straightforward furnishing style. Red & warm foundation tones.
Estate Emulsion is the characteristic matt finish and is available in all 132 colors. It's an elegant and sophisticated choice for indoor walls and ceilings, and is perfect for kids' rooms and other living areas in your home. The high quality leads to an extremely high yield. The surfaces can be wiped but not washed.
Estate Emulsion is:
a chalky, very matt finish with 2% gloss
Environmentally friendly, low VOC content
Water-based, low-odor, safe for children and pets
Made in Dorset, England
Can sizes and opacity
100ml sample jar = 1m2
2,5l = 35m2
5l = 70m2
Primer & Undercoat depending on the surface Recommended primer color: Red & Warm Tones
Dry in 2 hours, reapplication after 2 hours Recommended number of layers 2x
Current data sheet with product advice for the processing of Estate Emulsion: