Kitchen & Bathroom Stone Coating

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Bring new life to your kitchen or bathroom by introducing beautiful stone features with Stonelux® Kitchen & Bathroom stone effect paint.

Tough, moisture and steam resistant, Stonelux® Kitchen & Bathroom is perfect for walls, ceilings and furniture, including cupboard doors and stand alone units.

A water-based and quick drying so you can easily create stunning and unique focal points that look and feel like natural stone. Available in 15 stone shades and made with natural ground stone for a truly authentic stone finish.

  • Tough, water resistant and steam resistant
  • Perfect for busy kitchen and bathrooms. Washable.
  • Create stunning & unique stone finishes
  • An authentic finish that really does look like stone
  • Quick drying and very low VOC - meaning minimal disruption


Wood & Wood Finishes, Marble, Plaster, Masonry & Brickwork, Granite, MDF, Stone, Tiles, Resin, Concrete, Pre-Painted Surfaces*

*Not suitable for use in repeatedly wet areas such as sinks & showers.


1L, 2.5L, 5L, 10L, 20L


Brush, roller or spray. We recommend natural bristled economy paintbrushes for use with all Stonelux Paints.


Washable once cured. Clean brushes with water.


Drying Time: 2-3 hours in normal conditions.
Coverage: 7.5 meters squared per 1 litre. Coverage can vary depending on the substrate.
VOC Content: LOV VOC CONTENT 0-0.29%. VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) contribute to atmospheric pollution. EU limit value for this product(CatA/c):40g/l(2010) This product contains max 6g/l VOC.


Prepare all surfaces well. Ensure the surface is clean, sound and dry. Repair any damage with a suitable filler. Sane pre-painted and glossy surfaces. Apply at least one coat of Stonelux Primer & Undercoat.


Stir well before use. Apply using an economy natural bristled brush or a roller. Apply a MINIMUM of 3 even coats. Avoid overspreading. Leave 2-3 hours drying time between coats. Do not over brush/roll. If brush marks remain, finish with stippling before final coat dries.


Stir well before use. Apply 2-3 full and even coats to the surface. Wet film thickness should be between 300 and 500µm. Do not over coat on corners or joints. Allow 2-3 hours drying time between coats. Various psi settings can be used for a light or heavy finish (approx. 60psi for a medium textured finish). Nozzle size: 1.8-2.5mm (gravity fed gun) or 2-5mm (texture gun). Paint can be diluted using no more than 20% water.


  • Apply a minimum of 3 coats
  • Use an economy natural bristled brush
  • Drying time can be reduced by circulating warm air around the painted surface

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Brian D.
Ireland Ireland
  • Where did you hear about us? internet
Fireplace paint

really good. Took a while to get it all covered but I'm really satisfied with the end result.

Mr D.
United Kingdom
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Totally awesome!

I have stone mullion windows that had been ruined by painting over the years causing discoloration. This paint has restored their natural beauty by providing a completely realistic top coat that both seals and protects the stone and hides the discolored mess that stripping back years of paint revealed.

Mr D. verified customer review of Kitchen & Bathroom Stone Coating
United Kingdom
  • Where did you hear about us? internet
Good Product

The paint works very well. I found that I had better luck in getting even coverage by thinning it a bit. The only thing I could complain about is that I resent paying £44 when I need only a little. I would like to be able to buy it in smaller tins and to be able to buy the primer and the paint separately. Everytime I want to do a little project, I have to pay £44, no choice at all.