Mother Duck is a warm greenish blue-grey; that gained popularity during the French Rococo era. Today, it's more commonly known as the famous duck egg colour. It is also the only colour in the Frenchic range that was inspired by and pays tribute to the mum of Pammy Gruhn, the creator of Frenchic.

Sizes: 100ml and 750ml

All Original/Artisan colours need to be sealed with either our Finishing Coat or any of our waxes.

Frenchic Furniture Paint has no hidden nasties. It has also gone through rigorous testing to be certified for use on children's toys (EN 71:3). We’re not afraid to tell you what’s in our paint, in fact, we proudly display our ingredients on each and every tin!

This all natural, chalk and mineral paint requires minimal stirring. We don’t add VOC’s or toxins and it has virtually no smell - which is important when painting indoors! It is self priming and you’ll find that it’s creamy, rich and has superior coverage. Seal with Frenchic Finishing Coat or one of our lovely waxes.

Frenchic's Original Range paint is so simple to use:

  • Prepare your surface: Make sure your piece is at least clean and dry - A light sanding will help the new paint to adhere and gives a smoother finish
  • Paint 2 thin coats allowing the first coat to dry before applying the second
  • Once dry you will need to seal the paint. You can choose either the hardy Finishing Coat or create different effects with one of our waxes

Mother Duck: Original/Artisan Range: Frenchic

  • Frenchic Furniture Paint is an environmentally-friendly, cruelty-free chalk & mineral paint, and is EN: 71-3 certified, meaning that it’s safe to paint nursery furniture. It has NO VOC's added and is TOXIN and SOLVENT FREE with no odour. It is creamy and rich with superior coverage. We’re not afraid to tell you what’s in our paint. In fact, we proudly display our ingredients on each and every tin! Don’t just take our word for it.
    Give it a go, you won’t believe what you’ve been missing!

    We are members of InVeNa and display the EU Eco Label. Frenchic is also a proud winner of the Queen's Award for Enterprise.