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eicó paint is best known for its incredible eco-credentials. All eight finishes are made in Iceland and Sweden according to the highest environmental standards. eicó's entire manufacturing programme is carbon positive from start to finish, including processes such as sourcing raw materials, the paint formulations, waste recycling, and transportation to bring eicó paints over to the UK.  
Another noteworthy feature of eicó paint is its unique colour palette. Colour is often the deciding factor when it comes to choosing paint – that's why there are so many colours available nowadays when you consider the extensive offerings of big name paint brands like Benjamin Moore, Farrow & Ball and Little Greene. 
eicó's palette brings something different to the table. There are 108 co-ordinating colours to choose from, including 12 metallics. Each shade is highly concentrated to provide superb coverage and rich, vivid colours. Even in the case of neutrals, the depth of colour is remarkable – hence why some of eicó's neutrals are actually bestsellers (as well as a selection of green, blue and grey hues). 
Take a look below at the top 10 bestselling eicó paint colours, according to sales figures over the last six months... 

eicó White 

Shadow White 

London Sky 



Slated Lead 

Beach Sand 



Flint Grey 

Learn more about eicó paints 

eicó paints are ideal for anyone striving for a 'greener' home. They help you do your bit for the planet, plus they're better for your health (eicó paints, being non-toxic, are safe for people with lung conditions like asthma, or who suffer from allergies).  
eicó also offers a wide range of unique, rich colours that you can't get anywhere else. We encourage you to check out the full eicó colour card if you want a colour that you probably won't see on anyone else's walls! You can view eicó's colour card online here, but it's best to get a physical copy to see each shade accurately. You can pick one up in store for free, or we can post one out to you for just £1.00 to cover the cost of postage. 
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