Frenchic launches 35 new wall paint colours: see them here!
Eco-friendly chalk paint brand Frenchic has released 35 new colours of wall paint - take a look at the new additions to the range here!
We’re huge Frenchic fans here at YourHomeStyle, so you can just imagine our excitement when we found out that the eco-friendly paint brand were launching a number of brand new shades.
Frenchic, the UK's fastest growing chalk paint brand, previously had an offering of 15 colours in its wall paint range, and has now dropped another 35 brand new shades for upcycling enthusiasts and decorating fans to choose from.
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Frenchic plan to launch another 50 shades of wall paint soon, with another 50 arriving at the end of 2022 - all of which will be in its ultra-matte, velvet chalk paint formula.
Take a look below to discover and shop all the latest additions to Frenchic's wall paint range, and when you’re feeling suitably inspired, don’t forget to check out our guide on how to use Frenchic paint around your home. Happy painting!
New Frenchic paint colours
A mid-green shade with subtle lime undertones.
Bright aqua blue with green undertones.
A glamorous, true black.
A deep, rich aubergine shade with red undertones.
Heritage inspired mid-green with a blue-grey undertone.
A soft, pale green with muted grey undertones.
A subtle, pale grey with a taupe base.
A Mid-Century inspired green shade.
A luxurious cream with warm caramel hues.
A soft, chalky, perfect off-black.
Warm toned brown, designed to be teamed with orange-based neutrals or blue based greens and teals.
A pale, taupe-toned grey that has a lilac tone in certain lights.
A reddish terracotta with earthy tones - it looks strong and warm in brighter light, deep and comforting in lower light.
A calming off-white or neutral ivory with an almost-grey undertone.
A deep grey with a hint of brown in its base.
A soft, warm beige.
A slightly earthy, mustard yellow.
A cool, mid-grey with no obvious undertone colour.
Into The Night
Dark twilight blue with a teal base.
Crisp, icy blue with a subtle green undertone.
Chalky, deep blue-grey with a hint of green.
Light duck-egg green with a slight grey undertone.
Strong, grey-based pink.
A creamy off-white with a subtle yellow base.
Green based, chalky light grey.
Cool blue with a neutral base and almost no green.
Pale, cool pink with a vanilla undertone.
Light sage with an aqua undertone for freshness.
Mid-blue with a touch of sea-green.
Bluish mid-grey with a neutral base.
A smoky, warm toned, mid-grey that appears slightly green in certain lights.
A mid-toned 'greige' - it appears beige in some lights and silvery grey in others.
A 'café-au-lait' shade, warm mid-brown.
Thea Jeffreys is the Digital Writer on YourHomeStyle.uk, and is passionate about all things home décor. When she’s not scouring the internet for budget-friendly homeware finds, you’ll find her writing about the latest interior trends and handy upcycling tricks.