Welcome to the dark side, come on Join our revolution, take a chance and paint a room dark - go for it. We at Rockett St George Love living in a dark palette. Let the dark back drop form a dramatic scene and use your accessories and lighting take center stage.
Designer, style maven and author Abigail Ahern has launched a wonderful range of sumptuous Dark and sophisticated paint range.
It's an effortlessly cool palette of hues that can be used not merely as a backdrop but very much as a statement in its own right. The palette has a profound effect on the senses, making you want to sit down and snuggle up with a book while at the same time making you feel invigorated and alive. Everything on display feels grander, cooler, larger, more intense. It’s a glamorous, sophisticated and intriguing collection made from mostly natural pigments so the colours give redolence and depth - you get beautiful undertones with the colours subtly changing with the light.
The palette is inspired by her time spent living in the States, and more specifically Manhattan with its hub of Kafka-esque hangouts, unsanctioned street art and hipster counter culture. Think tobaccos, full on noirs, inky blues; earthy reds coupled with shots of bold intense teals and jungle greens.
The colours are available in emulsion, eggshell and oil-based paint for floors.
Paint Delivery is £10.00 per order, please choose Standard Delivery at Checkout and the correct delivery will be added to your order. Please contact us for International Delivery Prices. Please expect a 10 - 14 day lead time on delivery.
We highly recommend ordering a tester pot before purchasing. Sample pots are priced at £2.95 and are available here
. As with all paints the Abigail Ahern Paint is not returnable and non refundable.
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/floor 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).