Chatsworth Blue

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Chatsworth Estate contacted us to colour match their existing estate colours in a blue which wouldn't fade or turn grey over time.  For this colour we use the highest quality cobalt blue which is the only stable blue pigment for linseed paint over a long period of time. This blue will still look just as blue in decades from now.  For images and more info on this colour, please checkout our project pages.

Don't forget to order your Raw Linseed Oil and Balsam Turpentine if you need to thin the first coat.

Coverage is approximately 15-20m2 per litre per coat (160-220 sq.ft. per 33.8 fl.oz. per coat).  This equates to about £6.53 per square metre (US $0.79 * per sq.ft.) for the finished job done in three coats (one coat diluted and two further coats undiluted).

The finished job for Farrow and Ball Exterior Eggshell (plus primer) is approximately £8.92 per m2 and Dulux Weathershield Quick Dry Exterior Satin (plus primer and undercoat) £11.13 per m2.

(* Exchange rate $1.30 to £1.00, December 2020.)

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3 Reviews

  • 5
    Tester Pot

    Published by Lucy B on 18th Dec 2020

    Perfect colour match!! Excellent quality paint

  • 5
    Chatsworth Blue

    Published by Naomi B. on 29th Mar 2016

    I was reluctant to try initially because I'd had problems with mould on my linseed painted Windows previously. However- even after one coat, this covers beautifully easily, smells lovely, easy to clean up, really strong pigment, great wicking properties, really fantastic & pleased to have found- great quality. The only drawback is the price, with a couple of coats of paint @ £69 a 1 litre for an 11sqm coverage it's hard to claim it cost effective. Nether the less- it's a great quality paint if you can afford it.

  • 5
    Chatsworth Blue

    Published by Konni on 23rd Oct 2015

    This paint is a great shade, it covers very well, also great for rough sawn wood. It's so easy to use, no need for white spirit or turpentine, if you wash out the brushes with linseed oil soap straight after use. You can see a little shelf I painted with this shade (one coat) here:

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