Isle of Skye Exterior Masonry, Red Cuillin
This high performance finish is extremely tough, hard-wearing and exceptionally durable and designed specifically to endure the harsh climate experienced on the North West coast of Scotland.
Colour: Elegant rich red
The Red Hills (Na Beanntan Dearga in Gaelic) are sometimes known as the Red Cuillin.
They are mainly composed of granite which is paler than the gabbro (with a reddish tinge from some angles in some lights) and has weathered into more rounded hills with vegetation cover to summit level and long scree slopes on their flanks.
The highest point of the hills is Glamaig, one of only two Corbetts on Skye (the other being Garbh-bheinn, part of the small group of gabbro outliers surrounding Blà Bheinn).
Please note: Whilst we try to replicate each colour on our website, colour on screen may vary due to a number of factors including screen resolution. We therefore advise that you order a colour card or sample pot to check actual finished colour.
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The Isle of Skye company was founded and run by Alasdair Campbell and his family, and continues to operate locally in the Isle of Skye. Furthermore, the Paint Company will donate surplus or mistinted paints to their local charities.
In their products, the Isle of Skye Paint Company continues to introduce raw, natural materials where possible. Recently, this included organic seaweed. Seaweed adds a natural thickening and stabilising agent to the paint, as well as boosting its durability. These natural ingredients ensure that the paint emits no harmful gases, and produces low VOCs.
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