Marble Paint

16 COLOURS: 2 FINISHES

Marble Paint merges the sensory quality of plaster with the deep colour profiles and effortless application of paint. When brushed or rolled onto interior walls and ceilings, Marble Paint imparts a subtle texture that is completely matte from all angles with a thick coverage and rich pigmentation to stand the test of time. Marble Paint is produced in Scandinavia from premium ingredients that are environmentally and health-conscious—the recipe is waterborne, solvent free and low-VOC. Offered in 16 colours plus custom hues, Marble Paint invites creativity within homes, retail and hospitality spaces as well as offices.

Colours

Herluf Trolles Gade

Via Aurelia

Rue Bottero

Sundkrogsgade

Via Cenami

Krystalgade

Bredgade

Admiralgade

Rue Loubet

Gammel Strand

Prinsessegade

Århusgade

Magstræde

Via Lovanio

Rue Alézard

Ancoats

Custom Colour

any colour mixed to
match ncs code

Thanks to its forgiving consistency, Marble Paint offers the freedom to experiment with an almost endless variation of surface expressions. The use of different paint brushes, rollers, sponges, and trowels will result in unique appearances. The tactile nature of the product can be enhanced through short or long strokes, by layering the strokes or by varying their direction. St. Leo has also developed two techniques which can easily be applied with the most common equipment:
SHADOW FINISH:
The Shadow finish is achieved by using a soft, 50-100mm paint brush to apply the Marble Paint in short expressive and multi-directional strokes. The Shadow finish creates a tonal surface that expresses the depth of the colour as the light falls across the subtly variated surface. For larger surface areas, the Shadow finish can be achieved by applying Marble Paint with a wide paint roller, then using a brush to finish the area whilst it is still wet.
CANVAS FINISH:
The Canvas finish is made by using a wide paint roller to apply the Marble Paint in long strokes across the surface. This technique imparts a naturally dappled effect that gives textural depth when viewed up close, while the entire surface appears more uniformly structured from afar.

 

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