Like the natural limestone you see on buildings and old stone floors, our Limestone paint has a creamy warmth to it. It’ll bring an almost golden glow to a room, especially when layered with earthy browns like Peat. Or, pair it with one of our neutrals like Shell or Salt.
Design & engineering
Where we see it
Use Limestone wherever you want a warm glow – it’s a good one for cosy bedrooms, or for painting on wooden furniture if you want a country-style look. And if you have limestone flooring or fireplaces, it’s the perfect match.
We’ll happily take back most pieces within 28 days of delivery.
For courier delivered items bought online, returns are free of charge.
A £29.95 collection charge applies to all furniture returns delivered with our white glove service.
If you cancel your order within 24 hours, we can refund the full amount.
These terms don’t affect your statutory rights. For our full returns policy, please click here.
Care & need to knows
Need to know
Sometimes our paint colours can be different from batch to batch. It’ll only ever be a very small difference (within 0.8%), but it’s something you should bear in mind if you’re painting several things the same colour in one room. Best to buy all the paint you need at one time and keep a spare bit handy for touch-ups. It also means that the colours in our paint books might be ever so slightly different too.
VOC: You might’ve heard of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) before. They’re chemicals that evaporate at room temperature, and you often find them in paint. They’re not great for your health though, so you don’t want too many. That’s why we keep the amount in ours as low as we can. Both our emulsion and eggshell finishes contain 2g of VOCs per litre, max. To put that in perspective, the EU limit is 30g per litre.
Real Neptune homes
Get extra design inspiration by having a look around some of the kitchens designed, lived in and loved by our customers