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Wilko Paint celebrates its 50th anniversary with new shades for spring

Business / Sat 23rd Mar 2024 at 07:18am

ONE of wilko’s best loved and best reviewed product categories, its paint, is now available to purchase instore in wilko’s expanding high street store network, as well as via wilko.com. 

All 56 colour choices are available to chose from, both in-store and via wilko.com, which offers efficient and reliable home delivery, and flexible payment options. 

Paint was the first own-brand product to be launched by wilko, and the product category is now in its 50th year. 

To celebrate this milestone, new shades are available, comprisingBiscuit Crunch and Mint Crisp for a touch of on trend 70s chic, Delicate Duck Egg for the ‘quiet luxury’ look popularised on Instagram, Jelly Bean for those fond of bold colour, and Purple Mist for those keen to experiment with purple, a popular shade for spring 2024. Those wishing to opt interiors’ highest trending subtle shade can opt for hues including Warm Taupe and Dusky Petal.  

All of the collection’s core colours are also returning, with finishes including Tough and Washable for high-traffic areas of the home, such as the spaces where children.

Regardless of shade or format, each pot of paint is tested against leading brands to ensure shoppers are getting the best quality for less. Prices start from as little as £9 for five litres.

wilko paint is available instore at wilko and online via wilko.com now. To view the entire wilko collection, please click here

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3 Comments for Wilko Paint celebrates its 50th anniversary with new shades for spring:

David Forman
2024-03-23 07:53:50

It is nice to know that we can but new paint shades named the following: Biscuit Crunch, Mint Crisp, Delicate Duck Egg, Jelly Bean, Purple Mist, Warm Taupe and Dusky Petal.

David Forman
2024-03-23 07:56:57

Sorry, I should have written 'buy', not but.

Resident
2024-03-23 13:17:50

Asking for a friend, what are they calling magnolia? And we can't buy it in store, its closed

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