Honeyed stone. A buttercup yellow with soft buttery depth. Moorish Yellow paint is named after the faded golden-yellow stones of the Alhambra Palace in the daytime, built by the Moors in the 13th Century. The natural yellow stone of the walls, now faded from the long hot Granadian summers, have a gentle amber undertone. Bring this shade to your interiors, and let its subtle glow warm up your space, its timeless appeal works in both country idles and modern homes.
Use with our 1829 White Undercoat.
For further information on prep, application, dry time and coverage please see our Craig & Rose 1829 Technical Data Sheets for our Chalky Emulsion, Eggshell and Gloss paints. Please note these details will vary depending on which paint finish you select.
All sample pots are Chalky Emulsion