Building Paints


MAESTRIA, committed to a sustainable development approach, designs quality building paints which respect users' health and the environment.

The MAESTRIA building paint range

  •  Interior decoration paints: Ecolabel ranges and a colourimetry service allowing you to countertype over 120,000 shades
  •  External paints: from simple decoration to waterproof coatings, our external paints address the entire market.

Façade réalisée avec les produits Maestria : Cuiras siloxane et Ikarsil mat

Façade réalisée avec les produits Maestria : Flexikar taloché et Crépikar

Intérieur réalisé avec la gamme Maestria : Aquastria

Boiseries réalisées avec les produits Maestria : Ikarbois et Vernikar

  • Woodwork paints: printing, protection and finishing thanks to our range of microporous paints, lacquer, stains and varnishes especially designed for woodwork.

  • Rust-proofing treatment: a complete A+ rated offer composed of water-based primary and finish coats.

With a choice of over 500 references, of a perfected and unfailing quality, Peintures MAESTRIA's customers benefit from technical support, providing implementation tips, and on-site assistance, colour studies...

Producing paints that respect people and the environment

Maestria's Research & Development Laboratory develops VOC-free products and paints made from renewable resources, with the aim of applying this to all of its products. { Now, Peintures MAESTRIA offers a certified Ecolabel and NF Environnement range respecting the HEQ process both internally and externally.

DECOPUR, an anti-pollution interior paint

DECOPUR, MAESTRIA's latest innovation in building paint, combines eco-friendliness and performance! DECOPUR is an anti-pollution indoor paint which bears the EU Ecolabel, and has a VOC emission of <1g/l and is A+ rated. DECOPUR is available in 3 finishes: matte, satin and velours.
In addition to decoration, and in terms of performance, DECOPUR purifies indoor air and protects health.
This paint is particularly recommended for homes and all public places (community or medical settings etc.) and private places (hotels, restaurants, etc.) which receive the general public, in order to comply with the recommendations of the Grenelle Environment Forum 2.