Lime paint is known and used in Latvia since the Middle Ages. It consists of lime water or lime milk and a pigment. Lime works as an adhesive and a filling agent. One of the most appreciated characteristics of the lime paint is its lively look thanks to the slightly uneven surface.

         Lime paint is an eco-friendly and opaque paint creating a uniform matte layer. It can be used both for interior and exterior works and is moisture-permeable. Lime paint is best to be applied in several thin layers no more often than one layer per day. The paint should be applied on top of a lime plaster only. Not suitable for surfaces exposed to wear load. Can be slightly staining. 

The best coloring will work in wet rather than sunny weather, because lime reacts with carbon dioxide in a humid environment and the color acquires evenly say.

If the paint is supplemented with glue, then it is possible to present a thicker layer, and the technical properties of the paint improve to obtain a more intense shade.

We offer both types of lime paints, as well as possible paint with a roughness effect.


This scale consists of the most popular colours ordered during our 19 years of work. The names of the colours refer to the first clients who chose the respective hue: name of the client, the place of the object, the mineral pigment used or other associations.

NCS codes are matched as close to the sample as possible. However there could still be slight differences in hue.

Choose the colour based on its covering ability, name, sequence number or NCS code.

With a kg of paint in one layer 8 - 10 m2 of surface can be covered.

Check out painting techniques, instructions and usefull tips to get the best results.

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