Small steps and hot French finds

Little bits done this week. Finished laying terre cuite hearth in salon, edging next. Also finally decided on floor finish for wet/cooker wall in kitchen.

Whilst loading said option, I spotted this chaux (lime) based natural paint in Brico-Depot in some lovely soft colours. That will save me a lot of mixing various paint cocktails in the future to achieve the finish I want. Shame I only have two rooms left to do.

Photos probably not good but here you are-the chaux is top right on board

 

 

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About coteetcampagne

Artist, period home maker, renovator, restorer, francophile. My mission is to save the old stuff, one beautiful piece at a time
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7 Responses to Small steps and hot French finds

  1. gabriele says:

    If you’re a bit of a traditionalist when it comes to Easter, the bio baker in Luc-sur-Aude will be selling Hot Cross Buns again…(per audeflyer.com)

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  2. francetaste says:

    Actually, it isn’t exactly paint. Enduit is for filling holes or cracks. But this looks like a coating that would give a kind of chalky/lime finish. Did they explain it?

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  3. poshbirdy says:

    That paint looks interesting. Sure you’ll find uses for it x

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