HOMES The paint out­doors 1

Spring has sprung which means our gar­dens are com­ing back into life. If you are giv­ing your shed, fence or deck a new look too, then JU­LIA GRAY has five top tips to try

Macclesfield Express - - SPORT -

COLOURS for gar­den wood have come a long way since you could get brown or green and lit­tle else.

Now you can choose from myr­iad dif­fer­ent hues, so your out­side space can be just as colour­ful as the inside.

Cupri­nol Gar­den Shades (cur­rently on of­fer at B&Q – two 2.5ltr tins for £30, in­stead of £22 each) of­fers a wide range of colours.

My favourite combo is Pale Jas­mine (a pretty pale creamy yel­low) for the shed or sum­mer house and Ur­ban Slate (a gor­geous dark grey) for the fences.

These colours work to­gether beau­ti­fully, but there are many more to personalise your gar­den with this spring and Cupri­nol Gar­den Shades prom­ise four years of weather pro­tec­tion. so don’t need to paint, will be much more vis­i­ble in win­ter.

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