The Stone Range Colour Swatches

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Our colour swatches make it easy for you to find the right stone shade.  Each colour swatch is handmade using StoneLux Stone Effect Paints in your chosen shade(s), making it easy for you to find the right stone shade.  

  • One colour per swatch
  • Available individually or as a full set of 65 swatches
  • Swatch size 40mm x 40mm
  • Available in 65 stone shades individually produced in conjunction with the UK's stone industry

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24/07/2018
David C.
United Kingdom
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The colour swatches were well prepared but having to pay £2 a pop makes an expensive paint even more pricy. I also bought a sample pot of the fireplace paint. Was surprised to see that three coats are needed (as per sample pot), doesn’t say that on the website. Using a brush I couldn’t get a finish that looked like anything but a paint with some grit in it (which is what it is). Using a brush and roller I was able to achieve a better finish. Does it look like stone? Thats subjective. To the extent any textured paint looks like stone, it does. My client wasn’t convinced so I never got the opportunity to try the paint on a larger area.

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24/07/2018
David C.
United Kingdom
  • Where did you hear about us? Web
Mixed Views

The colour swatches were well prepared but having to pay £2 a pop makes an expensive paint even more pricy. I also bought a sample pot of the fireplace paint. Was surprised to see that three coats are needed (as per sample pot), doesn’t say that on the website. Using a brush I couldn’t get a finish that looked like anything but a paint with some grit in it (which is what it is). Using a brush and roller I was able to achieve a better finish. Does it look like stone? Thats subjective. To the extent any textured paint looks like stone, it does. My client wasn’t convinced so I never got the opportunity to try the paint on a larger area.

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