Dulux Luxurious Silk offers a sophisticated mid sheen finish – best for internal walls
Dulux Luxurious Silk is perfect for use on indoor walls. With its supreme stain resistance and long lasting luxury – this tough, super-durable mid sheen paint is ideal in high traffic areas like hallways or kids’ bedrooms.
Ultra matt – gives internal walls a modern finish
This is what you’ll need if you’re after a really matt finish. It’s ultra – almost chalky – than standard matt. Although traditionally used in period properties, it’s ideal if you want to create a super-modern look in your home.
Mid sheen paint – gives internal walls a gentle sheen
If you find mid sheen paint a little too shiny, ultra matt sheen is a happy compromise between practicality and good looks.
Mid sheen paint – best for busy, high-traffic areas
With the highest sheen of all wall paints, mid sheen paint can be wiped and scrubbed easily, making it ideal for busy areas that require frequent cleaning. You can also use it to subtly highlight traditional features like coving and cornices.
Water-based enamel – best for kitchen and bathroom walls
This has a lower sheen and is moisture-resistant, so it’s perfect for kitchen and bathroom walls, as well as painting woodwork, kitchen cabinets and furniture. The finish is durable enough to be scrubbed and can be easily touched up.
Solvent-based eggshell – best for interior wood and metal
This should only be used on wood and metal indoors. Its durability makes it ideal for window ledges.
Eggshell Wood – best for interior wood
Gloss is shinier than eggshell and is a great option when you want a sheen finish for interior wood.
Gloss – gives wood and metal a glossy look
Gloss has a mid-to-high sheen and is a popular choice for wood and metalwork. Need to save time on painting? Consider a one-coat or non-drip option.
High gloss – best for internal and external wood
This super-shiny paint gives a mirror-like finish that looks great on all kinds of wood and can be used indoors and out, where it will highlight any design features. Choose water-based enamel paints for indoor projects and use oil-based for outdoors. Gloss finishes are generally easiest to keep clean because they don’t hold dirt so much and can be cleaned easily.