Petite Properties’ DIY range is our collection of pre mixed paints. Specifically mixed by Bea Broadwood our colours have been designed to help you with finishing and decorating Petite Properties’ kits. This paint range has been designed to assist you in achieving realistic external finishes. The first four versatile shades to be released are:-
- Button Blue - Ideal for furniture or interiors.
- Chocolate Pots - Perfect for furniture, wood work or internal beams.
- Woolly Tights - Ideal for front doors & shop fronts.
- In Between Green - "An almost green", perfectly muted for vintage style projects, such as the Retro Caravan.
- Copper Pots Highlighting Paint - bring pots, pans or metal work to life with this vintage hue.
- Antique Bronze Highlighting Paint - Used by Bea to soften the shop frontage on No.2 Station Road, but equally as useful for highlighting mirror frames, metal work or fire surrounds.
- 'Mo's Shiraz' - A deep period inspired claret shade, perfect for shop frontages or external joinery
- 'New Sheets' - A versatile fresh bright white which can be used to highlight stone or flintwork, or mixed with other shades to lighten them as required.
- 'Wishy Washy Stone' The ideal shade for either highlighting stonework or for creating paler muted rendered exteriors. This is the colour Bea used to bring 'Le Petit Palais' to life!
- 'Red Squirrel' A more intense terracotta shade, ideal for adding character and depth to brickwork, pantiles or quarry tiles.
- 'Bea's Brick Mortar' The perfect shade to use to create mellow brickwork or even stonework!
- 'Old Beams' Bea uses this rich shade for not only beams, but for furniture too.
- 'Wood Stove' Mixed simply for those times when flat black is just far too harsh and modern!
- 'Stormy Skies' Probably Bea's most used shade of grey, with uses too numerous to mention. A definite 'must have' shade
- Soot Ash' - Another of Bea's default shades of grey. It is a highly versatile shade and an ideal base for both slate roof tiles or weathered oak beams alike
- 'Parisian Rooftops' - No prizes in guessing the inspiration behind this classic bluish shade of grey which is perfect for bringing either leadwork or flint stones to life!
- 'Itchy Blanket' - A soft muted shade of grey which Bea uses throughout her miniature work, from beams to stonework... and alot more inbetween!
- 'Old Sock White' - What can we add, as the name says it all! Quite simply this is a versatile vintage white that's ideal in period settings.
- 'Top Of The Milk' - A classically muted 'off white' used extensively by Bea on her external and internal woodwork.
- 'Runny Custard' - A traditional heavy cream ideal for nostalgic rendered interior or exterior finishes.
- 'Marshmallow Pink' -The quinessential colour of the idyllic thatched cottages of the UK. Inspired by Bea's love of Dorset, this shade really is the perfect match for a 'roses round the door' miniature setting!
- 'Post Box Red' The classic and quintessential British Red
- ‘Mucky’ – Bea’s ‘go to paint’ for aging and distressing
- ‘Dirty Stone Mortar’ – Used to create the perfect backdrop for mellow stonework.
- ‘Dirty Stone’ – Perfect for creating mellow stonework.
- ‘Bea’s Bricks’ – Just the right shade for external brickwork, pantiles or even quarry tiles.
- 'Grandma's Green' - Bea's signature 'go to' shade of vintage green, much used throughout her miniature work.
- 'Shabby Chic Blue' - A must have colour for fans of anything Shabby Chic!
- 'Rusty Bucket Red' (Distressing Paint) - Used by Bea to create a super easy and highly realistic 'rust effect' on miniature outdoor metal work & corrugated metal roofs!
- Silver Highlighting Paint - Ideal for bringing drainpipes, ironwork, blackened stoves & fire surrounds to life.
- Gold Highlighting Paint - Perfect for distressing Shabby Chic furniture or adding elegance to mirror frames and fire surrounds.
£1.50 - 45ml
£2.00 - 100ml
£3.00 - 170ml
These hand mixed paints are priced from £1.50 each (Plus P&P)
Please note that as these paints are hand mixed you may have slight colour variations from batch to batch.