No.66 Straithe

Overview

No. 66 Straithe. There is Burnham Overy Staithe and Brancaster Staithe in North Norfolk. Originally a Staithe was a landing stage for loading and unloading cargo ships. Our colour represents the heavy materials that once would have been loaded onto ships and so is a deep, dark grey with a tinge of purple, rather like lead.

Fenwick & Tilbrook represents supreme quality, an ethos we share. Durability and exceptional clarity of colour are the heart of this brand. We firmly believe you won’t find a better paint.

Welcome to the wonderful world of colour with Fenwick & Tilbrook paints.

FINISHES

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Features

  • higher pigment levels for superb depth of colour
  • great opacity, requires fewer coats making it better value
  • highest quality ingredients for longer life and better looks
  • very hard surface finish making all paints wipeable 
  • Eggshells and Pure Matt Plus are washable
  • easy to use, described as spreading like cream
  • great coverage-1 litre covers between 10-12 sqm
  • water based, easy to clean and better for the environment
  • virtually zero VOCs
  • odour free, making rooms ready to use immediately
  • breathable, allowing moisture to evaporate unimpeded
  • freshly made to order
  • each pot is colour checked against the master swatch
  • available next working day and couriered direct to you.

His Hands Gold in Baroque black frame shown on Fenwick & Tilbrook paint, no. 61 "Temple Linen".

Delivery

This item will be couriered for next day delivery if ordered by 12 noon.