The metallics come in these designer colours:
- Deep Gold
- Champagne metallic
- Brushed Steel
as well as our traditional metallic colours:
- Pale Gold
Metallic Paints are ideal for larger painting projects as they have a less textured, and more self-leveling finish than our Metallic Tinting Kits.
Examples of projects using Metallics:
Remember, too, that you can always combine Metallic Paint with other finishes and techniques to create something truly unique. For example, you can gently age a metallic finish to replicate the patina of use. And nothing gives a traditional design that little bit of bling like a shiny metallic finish.
The paints come in the practical size of 250ml, which should give you enough coverage (about 40 square feet) for a small to medium sized piece of furniture. Following up on the popularity of their Metallic Tinting Kits, Fusion designed these paints with a self-leveling finish that works well on larger projects and is less texturized. Decorators have commented on the way that the Metallic Paint allows for smooth application without visible brushstrokes.
As with other paints from Fusion, these metallics have a built-in top coat, and they can be used on most previously painted or coated surfaces without additional priming or prep. They contain zero volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and the metallic effects are created with mica pigments made from purified, naturally occurring minerals. These pigments will give your work a distinctive iridescent finish.
Whether you want to evoke the warm golds of Victorian jewelry or the sleek silver and brushed steel of art deco and mid-century modern style, you can find the metallic effects you desire in Fusion’s line of Metallic Paints.