Creating Stylish Neutral Interiors with Artisan Stone Effect

Feature shot above: @emmamaybradley

If you're looking to create a neutral design scheme full of texture, our Artisan Stone Effect is the perfect choice. Available in three colours, this water-based special effect paint replicates the matt, earthy feel of weathered natural stone.  With the trend for neutral interiors on the rise, social media is awash with fantastic examples of people using our Stone Effect paint in their own home.  Here's just a few.

Emma's house  - @emmamaybradley

Emma has successfully combined natural fabrics in multiple tones alongside highlights of black and rattan webbing against the backdrop of European Stone.

Georgia's house - @home_byheighway

Using Stone Effect paint and a selection of natural textures and materials, Georgia's bedroom takes on a cosy, washed vibe.

Jessica's House - @the_middle_terrace

Jessica Stones used European Stone in her bedroom transformation and the application process can be watched over on our IGTV channel. By adding in highlights of black and white, this trendy style takes on a detailed, tonal direction that feels calm and sophisticated.

Easy Application

Recreating a tactile stone finish is easier than you may think.  After preparing the surface and thoroughly stirring the paint, apply the first coat across the wall using a brush or roller.  After at least 4 hours of drying time, the second coat can be applied with a wide brush in random strokes to achieve the desired effect.  For further information, take a look at our technical data sheet.

To assist with your project, our Stone Effect range is available in three different colours and in three sizes, 125ml, 250ml and 2.5L.

Bryony's House - @the_modern_boho_home

Crushed linen, impactful pampas grass and the striking black linear details in Bryony's bedroom really help to highlight the texture that this special effect paint creates. 

Available in 3 Colours

The Craig & Rose Artisan range includes a number of other special effect paints including Copper, Rust and Concrete.  To find out more, click here.