Komedal Road is very excited to announce that we are going to be carrying
the most gorgeous line of lime paint from Sweden . . .
Kalklitir wall finishes are natural lime paints for use on walls and furniture.
They are beautiful, environmentally friendly, and are VOC free – being made
from natural lime and natural pigments.
When mixed with water . . .
Kalklitir produces a gorgeous chalky matte finish
that has superb depth and will age beautifully over time!
A perfect choice for old world interiors . . .
Kalklitir is packaged as a powder in 1 kg bags.
Each 1 kg bag of powder when mixed with 1.7 liters of water will make 2 liters of lime paint.
These 2 liters will cover approximately 16 to 24 square meters (one coat) or 8-12 square meters with 2 coats. (Kalklitir recommends a 2 coat application).
Kalklitir should always be applied with a lime brush – and should not be rolled with a roller.
The result that you get from this beautiful product is absolutely stunning!!
A lovely soft matte finish with depth that is quite simply amazing!!
Here are just a couple of my favorite colors from the line . . .
Antique Bleu . . . Lute Primo . . .
Audur Skula is the talented designer behind this beautiful line of wall finishes . . .
She has a depth of knowledge and paint skills . . .
and I have loved being inspired by her – both with her Kalklitir line of paints
and also on her personal blog When Decorating!
Here is a wonderful video of Audur applying Kalklitir to a wall
showing how simple and easy it is to do!!
Kalklitir – How to apply lime color on a wall from Kalklitir on Vimeo.
We are beyond excited to be the first retailer here in the US to represent their products!
. . .
They are now available here in our Online Shop!!
Hope you are now inspired as much as I have been . . .
looking forward to sharing more with you in the weeks and months to come!!
HAPPY WEEKEND EVERYONE!!
peace and love . . .
xoxo – liz
( permission to use all photos and video given by Kalklitir )
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I love the soft look! What color is used on the accent wall behind the soaker tub?