Blazer

No. 212

* Samples available in Estate Emulsion only. Colours on screen may vary from actual paint.

Blazer is a bright and cheerful vermillion which reads like a cleaner more contemporary version of Rectory Red. It grabs your attention just like the sports blazers worn at St John’s College Cambridge after which it was named. Some see it as close to orange but it manages to be both regal and charming. Red & Warm Tones Undercoat.

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Go for it I was apprehensive about using this on all four walls of a medium sized room, but it looks great 09 January 2015
Colour Rich Soft & Luxurious Superb paint and colour, perfect for my hallway, which is not large but I wanted some depth of Colour and this goes perfectly with cream, Very happy would certainly purchase again and may well might use for feature walls in living room too 03 November 2014
I always prefer dead flat finish proved to be very effective on a small feature wall 01 August 2014
Darker than expected While a nice red colour, the final shade is darker than I was expecting given the example pictures on the website. 03 March 2014
Beautiful finish Went on very easily , and initially looked a bit patchy , but dried to a very matte finish which felt and looked like paper! 08 September 2013
Many compliments on my front door Enjoying this bright and cheerful color on a fiberglass entry door. I thought it would be a little bit more coral in color than it is, still happy with it however. This time I used the F&B undercoat (exterior). On the stairway wall is Dix Blue. The rest of the entry is painted in Skimming Stone. The room beyond is Elephant's Breath. All of the interior walls were painted using Modern Emulsion. 17 July 2013
Fantastic colour I Used for our games room. It has really brought the room together and given a lively, warm and inviting feel to the room. 01 June 2013
Love it!! We bought this colour as floor paint and it is lovely - you do need two coats and if it's not thoroughly dry at least a week for coats it scratches. Good stuff though and would recommend. We love the colour. 07 September 2012
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