Leek is a clear mid green from our range of limewash paint. It reminds me of 1940's green, it is a good choice for lovers of clear colours. Combined with whites it brings a happy atmosphere into any room. A lighter version is Summer Grass. A darker version is Grasshopper.
This colour is part of a collection we created in collaboration with the Jardan Richmond Store in Melbourne.
Explore the full range of our green lime wash colours.
BAUWERK Colour Lime Wash Paints are purely mineral based. They are manufactured from calcium carbonate, the same material sea shells are made from. When you paint with it the only chemical reaction that takes place is the absorption of atmospheric CO2 to convert the lime paint back to lime stone.
We colour our Limewash with natural pigments, this makes our colours completely different, as when light hits the wall the colours look like no other.
You can safely paint your home without any fear of breathing in fumes that are harmful to you or your children. We make the paint without solvents or volatile organic compounds (VOC). Because of that, Bauwerk Lime Paint is fire proof.
The paint can be used inside or outside, even in high humidity environments, such as bathrooms.
The paint is not film-forming, like a plastic paint, it allows walls to breathe and be part of your micro-climate inside your home.
We don't use biocides or other preservatives, our lime wash has natural anti-bacterial properties.
Enjoy the emotional depth and the play of light on our colours, they react very dynamically to changing light conditions.
Express yourself and create your own unique finish - it is simple and fun!
Your walls are your canvas....
400 colours to pick from
safe for humans and the environment
100% UV stable
will not peel or blister
no expert knowledge needed
non-flammable A1 building class product
water based pure mineral paint
made with 100% green power
pure mineral product
We have a lot of very easy to follow videos on how to apply lime wash paints
Inside Standard Technique Colour Juniper
Inside Dragdown Technique Colour Seaweed