Chic Mouldings Colour Range

Enjoy a browse through the Chic Mouldings Colour range Gallery. Please click on the colour menu below. This will bring up a gallery and instructions for using the different colour options

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  • The Gold paint finish is ready to use on your project as it comes, or you an age it yourself.
  • It is not recommended to heat and bend mouldings thicker than 15mm in this colour as heating the painted side can cause paint to bubble if too much heat applied. Thinner mouldings can be carefully heated from the back to bend.
  • This colour variation is not waxed and can easily be repainted  later if you require – just clean, prime and paint  with your desired new colour.
  • Please Note: Solvent based waxes may remove this finish, so we recommend using acrylic paint to age the gold mouldings. Alternatively, you can simply purchase the gold pre-aged – see the “Antique Gold” colour variation.
  • The Silver option from the colour range is ready to age yourself or use it as is..
  • This colour is not recommended for heating and bending  mouldings thicker than 15mm as the paint can bubble if too much heat applied. You can heat thinner mouldings from the back to avoid this.
  • This colour variation is not waxed and can easily be repainted  later if you require – just clean, prime and paint  with your desired new colour.
  • Please Note: Solvent based waxes may remove this finish, so we recommend using acrylic paint to age the silver mouldings. Alternatively, you can simply purchase the silver pre-aged – see the “Antique Silver” colour variation.
  • This beautiful finish replicates aged brass or gold. It is ready to use on your project.
  • It is not recommended to heat and bend thicker (mroe than 15mm) mouldings of this colour because the paint can bubble with too much heat. Thinner  mouldings can be heated from the back before bending.
  • This colour variation is not waxed and can easily be repainted  later if you require – just clean, prime and paint with your desired new colour.
  • This beautiful colour option replicates aged silver or bright, aged pewter. It comes ready to apply to your project.
  • Excessive heat can cause paint to bubble, Therefore, mouldings more than 15mm thick in antique silver are not recommended for heating and bending. Small mouldings can be carefully heated from the back.
  • This colour variation is not waxed and can easily be repainted  later if you require – just clean, prime and paint with your desired new colour.
  • This stunning colour variation replicates aged bone or ivory. It can be heated and bent, but care must be taken as the heated wax will soften when heated.
  • This is the only option in the colour range that is waxed. Careful preparation will therefore be needed if you ever wish to repaint it. Be sure to clean thoroughly with wax and grease remover until there is no trace of wax (a little in the crevices and dimples shouldn’t matter too much). A high adhesion plastic primer is then recommended before painting with your new colour.
  • This is a classic “Shabby Chic” colour option. White paint sanded back at the high points to reveal a brown colour underneath for a realistic and unique vintage finish.
  • This colour option is painted, so if heating mouldings large than 15mm thick, there is a rick of the paint bubbling from overheating. Mouldings thinner than 15mm can heated  from the back side with care before bending.. 
  • It is not waxed and can easily be repainted later if you require – just clean, prime and paint  with your desired new colour.
  • This beautiful colour option replicates a copper verdigris patina. You’d never know it wasn’t the real thing.
  • It is not recommended to heat and bend mouldings thicker than 15mm in this colour option. Excessive heat can cause the paint to bubble. Mouldings thinner than 15mm can be carefully heated from the back.
  • This colour variation is not waxed. It can easily be repainted  later if you require – just clean, prime and paint with your desired new colour.
  • This look is reminiscent of aged opulence. It is a gold paint aged aged to reveal a white colour on the high points.
  • Large mouldings of over 15mm thick in this colour are not  recommended for heating and bending. This can cause the paint can bubble if too much heat applied. Thinner mouldings can be carefully heated from the back side.
  • This colour variation is not waxed and can easily be repainted  later if you require. Make sure to clean and prime before painting with your desired new colour.
  • This dramatic satin black colour variation is ready to use on your project.
  • Mouldings more than 15mm deep of this colour are not recommended for heating and bending. This is because the paint can bubble if too much heat applied. Thinner mouldings can be heated from the back
  • This colour variation is not waxed and can easily be repainted later if you require. Simply clean, prime and paint with your desired new colour.
  • The brown variation is created by tinting the resin before it is cured. It is the base used for the “Vintage” colour option. If you’d like to try creating the Vintage look yourself, this is the variation to purchase,
  • This colour variation can be heated and shaped. Please do this before painting to avoid the paint bubbling.
  • It is not waxed or painted and is ready for wherever your creativity is taking you.

Here are just a few examples of custom paint finishes. Whether you are using spray paint, acrylics, chalk paint, waxes, glazes or gilding paste to achieve your look, it’s easy to create something unique an beautiful.

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