Time to put some plant in your paint?
Today, Decovery® is already being used to create healthy homes for people everywhere via eco-friendly paint, lacquers and stains across a wide range of interior and exterior applications (with potential for many more). From Building & construction to Furniture, Decovery® delivers a durable, dependable performance. It’s easy to apply – for both professionals and regular consumers alike. If you (or your customers) are looking to creater a building, Decovery® gives you a plant-based paint of the highest quality.
Building & Construction
Decovery® is ideal for walls & ceiling, façade & exterior walls; doors, panels and window frames.
A Decovery® resin is now being developed capable of competing with current fossil based materials used in hard-wearing floor applications.
Joinery & Façade
Decovery® delivers a fine finish and excellent durability – in both indoor and outdoor applications.
Decovery® helps create durable furniture with a fine finish.
Kitchen cabinets need to withstand a lot (including moisture). Decovery® meets the challenge.
Decovery® helps you create eco-friendly paint for kid’s and baby furniture that is above all, safe.
Decovery® for Designers and Architects
Whether you’re designing furniture, interiors or buildings, you need strong foundations - and that starts with the materials you choose. Discover Decovery®, a family of plant-based resins for paint that are proven to perform.
Dare to design with Decovery® plant-based paint.
Which types of product can you make with Decovery®? How are they applied?
What commercial products are already available? And how much plant content is inside them?
Frequently asked questions
Right now Decovery® is being used in the Building & Construction and Furniture markets but it has potential to be used in several others (in packaging, for example).
In Building & Construction it can be used for walls & ceiling, façade & exterior walls; doors & panels and window frames and flooring. It can also be used for regular and kids’ furniture and kitchen cabinets.
The short answer is yes. It delivers an excellent finish with outstanding durability and no yellowing effect (as associated with traditional alkyd-based) coatings. It’s easy to apply and use, contains zero-to-low VOCs, and delivers a carbon footprint reduction of up to 34% based on replacing crude oil with plants.