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Garden News – May 23rd 2020
Garden journalist and author Naomi Slade, shares some great ideas on decorative shading for your greenhouse using Thorndown Peelable Glass Paint.
If you didn’t manage to buy the issue you can read her article via this image.
Garden Answers – April 2020
Good Homes – April 2020
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Kitchen Garden – April 2020
Kitchen Garden April Giveaways. kitchengarden.co.uk
6 lucky readers chosen at random to receive a £50 discount voucher from our online store.
Grow Your Own – April 2020
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Sunday Times, Homes Supplement – 22nd March 2020
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Grow Your Own – September 2019
Discount offer for readers of Grow Your Own magazine.
Garden News – August 2019
Discount offer for Garden News readers in their August issues.
Garden News – June 2019
In her regular column Naomi Slade delights over her beautiful new Victorian Walkaround Greenhouse from Forest Garden Products, painted in her special mix of Thorndown Slade Green to match her shed.
Garden News – May 2019
Naomi Slade, prolific garden journalist, author and designer, is bringing to life her own small urban city garden which started as an unprepossessing slope of clay and concrete. After plenty of ground work and a fair bit of planting she has now started to focus on the garden structures, starting with the fence and potting shed.
Before climbers shot into action Naomi painted her fence in Wispy Willow to create a bright, fresh boundary that would frame her garden and provide a lovely backdrop to her planting.
Studying the Wood Paint colour chart for hours, Naomi couldn’t quite find the shade she really wanted. Reed Green was close but she wanted more of a sea green. To create the right shade she picked Peregrine Blue to add the right hue, then experimented by mixing different ratios of Peregrine Blue into the Reed Green. Being creative she used clean old yoghurt pots to mix together paint using an old plastic medicine spoon to measure out 5ml and 2.5ml quantities.
Garden Answers Feature – April 2019
If you’re an avid reader of this great gardening magazine (like me!) then you will spot Thorndown’s Peelable Glass on page 11 of the April issue.
It features a picture sent into us by one of our customers who decorated her greenhouse in an art-deco stained glass style. Linda removed her panes of glass, giving them a good clean then rinsing thoroughly with water to remove any muck or film that could block or repel the glass paint. She applied the translucent glass paints using a roller with a foam sleeve as they soak up less paint and leave a nice smooth finish. Linda only applied one coat but you can paint on a second for a more solid/opaque coating.
We think it looks great and is a quick and easy way to brighten up a greenhouse through the winter months. On a practical level it offers shading and screens untidy seed trays waiting to be cleaned for the new sowing season.
By planning your design and colour scheme, using Peelable Glass Paint can also turn your greenhouse into an attractive feature and part of your garden design.
We have teamed up with Garden Answers magazine to give away 20 x 150ml tins of Peelable Glass Paint in a colour of your choice. To enter all you have to do is send them a postcard or email (address details on p101 of the magazine) with your name, address and favourite colour. Good luck!
Grow Your Own magazine – April 2019
Thorndown Peelable Glass Paint is appearing in the April issue of Grow Your Own magazine, out now!
Each month they have a discounts page where they team up with select companies to offer their readers some great discounts and the April issue is brimming with them. It includes a 25% discount off 750ml tins of Peelable Glass Paint in Swan White or White Witch greenhouse shading paint from us, and discounts from Waltons Sheds and Greenhouses, RHS Flower Show in Cardiff, and Hayes Garden World. Turn to page 110 and bag yourself some great deals.
If you’re not already a reader then pop down to your newsagents and pick up a copy of this very practical magazine full of great features and fab tips on growing and gardening successfully.
Grow Your Own Magazine – January 2019
Thorndown is giving away a special discount code to readers of GYO magazine so if you haven’t already got your January edition, nip to your newsagents and grab a copy!
Packed full of great articles, tips and advice it’s a really good gardener’s guide and the discounts page can save you pounds.
Gardens Illustrated – September 2018
Thorndown Wood Paint is featured in the Sourcebook page for Exterior paint, with Cheddar Pink, Golden Somer and Swan White wood paint on Forest Garden Product’s Small Storage Sheds.
The English Garden Magazine – 2018
We are very proud that Thorndown Paints are featured in a great article by the brilliant English Garden Magazine.
Editor Clare Foggett, writes with good advice on what to do in the garden while the long hot summer continues. While it may be difficult conditions to bring on new plants it’s the perfect weather conditions to bring colour to your garden and protect your timber products with lashings of Wood Paint.
Garden Answers – July 2018
We are delighted to be featured in the July issue article ‘Colour up Your Garden’ that discusses the virtues and design tips for using wood paint and wood stain in the garden.
Garden Answers magazine is one of my favourites, brimming with garden features, practical tips and advice, and of course, beautiful photography to pore over. Page 98 lists some paints on the market including our very own Thorndown Wood Paint.
It offers a simple comparison from the cheaper end of the market with lower-quality solutions such as Cuprinol Garden Shades and Ronseal Garden Paint to the higher end, Farrow & Ball and Thorndown. We know that the ingredients we use are of a higher quality compared to all of these brands making our wood paint the best value and a great choice!