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How to Use Frenchic Paint to Transform Your Home!

After launching in December 2014, Frenchic paints quickly became a sensation in the upcycling world. As the proud owner of White Feather Home, we stock this eco-friendly, non-toxic paint available in over 60 colours. It's perfect for sprucing up kitchen cabinets or giving your UPVC door a budget-friendly transformation. We also carry their Al Fresco range for indoor and outdoor projects, and the Lazy Range, which eliminates the need for lengthy preparation and delivers a streak-free finish.


We have our favourite Frenchic paint colours at White Feather Home! Wise Old Sage, Blackjack, and Ducky are at the top of our list.

  • Wise Old Sage: This sumptuous smoky blue-green hue exudes a calming elegance. It complements a variety of colour schemes, including whites, off-whites, greys, blues, or gold. Wise Old Sage adds a touch of sophistication and timeless beauty to any space.

  • Blackjack: A deep and dramatic black shade, Blackjack brings a sense of boldness and depth to your interior design. It creates a striking contrast against lighter colours, making it ideal for creating statement pieces or adding a touch of sophistication to any room.

  • Ducky: This soft and delicate yellow shade adds a cheerful and sunny vibe to your home. It's perfect for creating a warm and inviting atmosphere in spaces like kitchens, bedrooms, or living rooms. Pair it with neutral tones or use it as a pop of color to brighten up any room.

Frenchic Paint is now the fastest-growing chalk paint company in the UK, with over 500 stockists worldwide. Whether you're upcycling vintage furniture or completely transforming your floor, we have the ultimate guide to Frenchic paint. Learn how to use it on different surfaces and get inspired with chalk paint upcycling projects.

At White Feather Home, Jilly and Jayney have been having a great time using Frenchic's paint to transform a variety of items. Let's dive into how you can use Frenchic paint for your projects.

  1. Painting Furniture and Kitchen Cabinets with Frenchic: Start by cleaning the surface thoroughly and applying a sugar soap solution for a deeper clean. Fill any scratches or dents, sand the surface smooth, and wipe away dust. Prepare your workspace and use masking tape to protect areas you don't want to paint. Apply Frenchic furniture paint using an oval brush, following the grain for wood surfaces. Let each coat dry for at least 2 hours before applying the next.

TOP TIP: Invest in a good quality brush to ensure a flawless finish.

  1. Painting Kitchen Tiles with Frenchic: No need to prime the surface when using Frenchic tile paint. Clean the tiles with a sugar soap solution, let them dry, and apply the paint using a roller or brush. Maintain consistent application direction across tiles, allowing each coat to dry for at least 2 hours before applying the next.

  2. Painting Walls with Frenchic: Frenchic offers a specialist wall paint designed for use like traditional paints. Clean the walls thoroughly and apply 2 coats with a roller or brush. Work quickly as chalk paint dries fast, and enjoy the matte finish that can be easily scrubbed to remove marks or dirt.

  3. Painting Floors with Frenchic: For indoor and outdoor flooring, Frenchic's Al Fresco range is a durable and weatherproof choice. Prepare the floor by sanding, vacuuming, and cleaning it thoroughly. Use a brush or roller to cut in around the edges, and then cover the main part of the floor with a large roller. Start from the far corner and move backwards, allowing ample time between coats.

At White Feather Home, we take pride in offering a wide range of Frenchic Paint products to help you bring new life to your home. Whether you're painting furniture, kitchen tiles, walls, or floors, Frenchic Paint delivers outstanding results. Explore the transformative power of Frenchic Paint and let your creativity soar. Visit us at White Feather Home to discover the possibilities and embark on your next painting adventure.

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