U.S. ARCHITECTURAL PAINT MARKET SIZE TO CROSS USD 15 BILLION BY 2025, GROWING AT A CAGR OF 4% DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD

The U.S. Architectural Paint Market Size, Share, & Trends Analysis Report by End-user (DIY, Residential Repaint, Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional Repaint, New Residential, and New Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional), Channel (Offline and Online), Application (Interior and Exterior Paints), and Formulation (Water-based and Oil-based Paints), Industry Analysis Report, Regional Outlook, Growth Potential, Price Trends, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2020-2025

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Report Attribute Details
MARKET SIZE (REVENUE) USD 15 BILLION (2025)
MARKET SIZE (Volume) 1 BILLION GALLONS (2025)
CAGR 4% (2020-2025)
Base Year 2019
Forecast Year 2020 - 2025
Market Segments End-user (DIY, Residential Repaint, Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional Repaint, New Residential, New Residential), Application(Interior, Exterior), Channel(Offline, Online), Formulation(Water-based, Oil-based)
Geographic Analysis United States
Regions Covered South, West, North-East, and Mid-West Regions

INDUSTRY INSIGHTS

The U.S. architectural paint market size to cross USD 15 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 4% during the forecast period. The U.S. architectural paint market is witnessing a sort of revival. Home improvement projects are on the rise owing to the COVID-19 pandemic as a major chunk of the population is sheltering in place. A lot of consumers are looking to tackle the long ignored and overdue renovation of their spaces or are taking up paint projects to keep themselves occupied during the lockdown, which is expected to contribute to the growth of the U.S. architectural coatings market size. As spaces are becoming more creative, experiential, design-friendly, and environmentally--conscious, colors are witnessing heightened attention. Since paints allow for complete transformations of environments, they are constantly being used to adapt to the changing pace of business. 

Shortages in raw materials such as alcohol, pigments, and dyes, as well as delays in the transportation of materials owing to restrictions in travel, will have an impact on the market. Social distancing measures and lockdowns are likely expected to reduce economic activities further. Countries such as China are offering 12–15% of rebates on exports in a bid to regain value owing to tariff restrictions in 2019. An expected increase of about 7% in the construction rate of the residential sector is likely to drive construction spending by around 4%. 

SNIPPETS

  • The residential repaint segment is expected to observe an incremental growth of approx. $1.2 billion by 2025.
  • The interior paint segment is likely to reach a revenue of over $9.2 billion by 2025.
  • The online segment is projected to grow at a CAGR of over 5% during the period 2019-2025.
  • The U.S. architectural coatings market growth is expected to observe an absolute growth of 31% by 2025

U.S. ARCHITECTURAL PAINT MARKET SEGMENTATION

The U.S. architectural paint market research report includes a detailed segmentation by

  • End-user
  • Channel
  • Application
  • Formulation

INSIGHTS BY END-USER

The DIY segment is expected to reach revenues of over $5 billion by 2025 and will hold the largest U.S. architectural paint market share. Retailers such as Lowe’s and Home Depot are observing a spike in demand for home improvement materials. This surge in demand is expected to see an upward trajectory even after the lift in lockdowns, driving the sale of architectural paints as people continue to shelter in place until the pandemic is wholly wiped out. DIYers have been driving sales for characteristically soft, ultra-matte finish paints. 

Over the past two-three years, consumer confidence steadied disposable incomes, and savings increased, which are driving improvements in residential projects, particularly in the Midwest. Rural architecture is making a comeback as consumers invest in their hometowns, remolding farmhouses and mending downtown brick buildings, driving demand for vernacular architecture, local coating materials with color palettes that have traditionally been associated with this form in the past.

The COVID pandemic has stirred up a strong need to maintain microbe-free environments, spurred a flurry of innovations and R&D in this space. Maintenance of essential properties is ongoing in some states basis laws but are expected to continue in full after the current situation calms down, driving demand for architectural coatings that can be used on a variety of substrates. While the commercial and institutional markets are expected to strengthen, the industrial market, not so much.

INSIGHTS BY APPLICATION

In the midst of the renovation rush that has come on a decade after the recession, the need for interior paints has gone up across the United States. Gloss and semi-gloss finishes are expected to grow at the cost of flat finishes. However, the latter is still being preferred for low-traffic areas such as ceilings and hallways. Matte finishes are also being preferred over flat finishes. In San Francisco, California, muddy shades are covering walls, in New York City, nature-inspired colors are being incorporated, whereas, in Seattle, Washington, traditional colors are reigning. Moreover, exhibition spaces like museums and galleries occupy a more profound place in modern culture. This has driven operators to focus on how the paint can affect viewing experience, and renovate, driving demand for paints.

With more than 60% of the existing housing stock having been built before 1990, there is a high demand for paint updates. The housing market is responding to the new demands for bars, outdoor kitchens, and fireplaces, and it is expected to drive the volume of paint demand. This is likely to drive the growth of those brands that have added functionalities to their products. This decade has been witnessing cataclysmic hurricanes, tornadoes, catastrophic floods, and soaring temperatures, bringing with it a lot of damage. This has caused a rise in sales. Therefore, such disasters are expected to increase the frequency of renovations and new builds, thereby increasing the demand for exterior paints. 

INSIGHTS BY CHANNEL

Offline stores, especially improvement ones, have historically dominated the market. However, with the advent of technology and digital media, a lot of the demand has shifted online. Apart from the push that has come from e-commerce, the online medium has been feeding a frenzy for interior design, leading the medium to be a place of brand discovery and research. Motivations that drive purchases along the platforms differ and converge in certain aspects. However, younger consumers have a channel-agnostic view of shopping offline and online — the differences tend to be irrelevant. The expectations offline are passed on online as well. Amid the pandemic, most offline channels that deliver home improvement products have remained open as they have been deemed essential. The offline channel has performed strongly, with some stores even posting double the sale.

The online architectural coating industry has been growing over the last couple of years due to the rapid evolution as players set in motion a refined, less hassled delivery system. The rise of the internet has ushered in an era of comparative shopping, educated decisions, innovative business models, and widening creativity. While websites by network services have been mainly used in the market, new ones that focus on distinctive models of working are gathering momentum. The online space has, therefore, been ripe with innovations.

INSIGHTS BY FORMULATION

Water-based paints have dominated the market and are likely to continue their dominance due to low odor, fast drying time, high color retention and film life, and easy cleanups. However, the coating manufacturers have created waterborne coatings and enamels, which have a similar look and feel to oil-based paints. They offer the ease and convenience of water-based and durability of traditional oil paint, thereby further driving market share. Water-based come with their own set of challenges. As temperatures are soaring across the United States, characterized by heatwaves and unusually frigid weather, the application and  highperformance of water-based owing to slower curing is compromised. This is proving to be a challenge in a market where labor shortage is critical, and so is the time is taken to complete a paint job.

Over the last three decades, the sale of oil-based paints has been declining steadily and has disappeared from the shelves in much of the eastern seaboard and states such as California as they tend to gas off and pollute. The introduction of increased regulations and air-quality restrictions in the late 1990s has led to manufacturers largely neglecting further the development of oil-based coating. However, oil-based have still retained their place due to their leveling off properties, impermeability, toughness, and coverage. They can withstand the degenerative effects of air and water longer than water-based ones, features that water-based have still found it hard to meet satisfactorily.

INSIGHTS BY VENDORS

The U.S. architectural paint market is highly concentrated. PPG Industries, Sherwin-Williams Company, Benjamin Moore, and Behr Process Corporation account for 90% of the market. New players are, however, disrupting the market, largely in terms of addressing subtle pain points. For instance, while paint and coating companies are heavily regulated, disclosing ingredients is not a requirement, so traditional players do not reveal the contents of their paint. Leading players in the US and North America regions have established geographically diverse brands and cater to the entire spectrum of consumers from value-oriented to premium.

The U.S. architectural paint market research report includes in-depth coverage of the industry analysis with revenue and forecast insights for the following segments:

Segmentation by End-user

  • DIY
  • Residential Repaint
  • Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional Repaint
  • New Residential
  • New Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional

By Application

  • Interior
  • Exterior

By Channel

  • Offline
  • Online

By Formulation

  • Water-based
  • Oil-based

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the U.S. architectural paint market size and growth forecast?

US architectural paint market size to cross $15 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 4% during 2020 - 2025

What are the factors, drivers, and trends impacting the growth of the US architectural paint market?

The U.S. architectural paint market is witnessing a sort of revival. Home improvement projects are on the rise owing to the COVID-19 pandemic as a major chunk of the population is sheltering in place. A lot of consumers are looking to tackle the long ignored and overdue renovation of their spaces or are taking up paint projects to keep themselves occupied during the lockdown, which is expected to contribute to the growth of the U.S. architectural paint market

Who are the leading vendors in the market, and what factors are disrupting the market?

The U.S. architectural paint market is highly concentrated. PPG Industries, Sherwin-Williams Company, Benjamin Moore, and Behr Process Corporation account for 90% of the market. New players are, however, disrupting the market, largely in terms of addressing subtle pain points

How is the COVID-19 pandemic significantly impacting the market growth of the architectural paint market size?

The COVID pandemic has stirred up a strong need to maintain microbe-free environments, spurred a flurry of innovations and R&D in this space. Maintenance of essential properties is ongoing in some states basis laws but are expected to continue in full after the current situation calms down, driving demand for paints that can be used on a variety of substrates

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The U.S. architectural paint market size is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 4% during the period 2019–2025. 

The following factors are likely to contribute to the growth of the U.S. architectural paint market during the forecast period:

  • DTC Companies fix the “Broken” Paint-buying Process
  • Artisanal Paint Companies making their Mark
  • Green Chemistry and Recycling on the Rise
  • Democratization of the Interior Design Landscape

 Base Year:                  2019

Forecast Year:           2020–2025

The study considers the present scenario of the U.S. architectural paint market and its market dynamics for the period 2019−2025. It covers a detailed overview of several market growth enablers, restraints, and trends. The report offers both the demand and supply aspect of the market. It profiles and examines leading companies and other prominent ones operating in the market.

Prominent Vendors

  • PPG Industries
    • Business Overview
    • Key Strengths
    • Key Strategies
    • Key Opportunities
  • Sherwin-Williams Company
  • Behr Process Corporation
  • Benjamin Moore

 Other Prominent Vendors 

  • AFM
    • Business Overview
    • Product Offerings
    • Key Strengths
    • Key Strategies
  • AURO
  • Backdrop
  • California Paints
  • Clare
  • Dunn-Edwards
  • Diamond Vogel
  • Kelly-Moore
  • The Little Greene Paint Company
  • Yenkin-Majestic Paint
  • Cloverdale Paint
  • Color-Rare
  • Colortech
  • ECOS Paints
  • Farrow & Ball Paints
  • Lanco
  • O'Leary Paint
  • Real Milk Paint Co.
  • Recolor Paints
  • RomaBio
  • True Value Company

 Segmentation by End-user 

  • DIY
  • Residential Repaint
  • Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional Repaint
  • New Residential
  • New Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional 

Segmentation by Application 

  • Interior Paints
  • Exterior Paints 

Segmentation by Channel 

  • Offline
  • Online 

Segmentation by Formulation 

  • Water-based Paints
  • Oil-based Paints

 

1 Research Methodology

2 Research Objectives

3 Research Process

4 Scope & Coverage

4.1 Market Definition

4.1.1 Inclusions

4.1.2 Exclusions

4.2 Base Year

4.3 Scope of The Study

4.4 Market Segments

4.4.1 Market Segmentation by End-Use

4.4.2 Market Segmentation by Channel

4.4.3 Market Segmentation by Application

4.4.4 Market Segmentation by Formulation

5 Report Assumptions & Caveats

5.1 Key Caveats

5.2 Currency Conversion

5.3 Market Derivation

6 Market at a Glance

7 Introduction

7.1 Overview

7.2 Impact of Covid-19 On Economy

7.3 Future of Housing After Covid-19

7.4 Generational Insights

7.5 Paint Finishes

8 Market Opportunities & Trends

8.1 DTC Companies Fix Paint-Buying Process

8.2 Artisanal Paint Companies Make Their Mark

8.3 Green Chemistry and Recycling

8.4 High Demand for White

9 Market Growth Enablers

9.1 Home improvement projects

9.2 Democratization of the Interior Design Landscape

9.3 Experimentations with Color

9.4 Paint Finds New Purpose

10 Market Restraints

10.1 Alternative Wall Treatments Find Favor

10.2 Falling Home Ownership

10.3 Lack of Disruptive Innovation

10.4 Dwindling Trained Workforce

11 Market Landscape

11.1 Market Size & Forecast

11.1.1 Revenue & Volume

11.2 Five Forces Analysis

11.2.1 Threat of New Entrants

11.2.2 Bargaining Power of Suppliers

11.2.3 Bargaining Power of Buyers

11.2.4 Threat of Substitutes

11.2.5 Competitive Rivalry

12 U.S. Architectural Paint Market by End-use

12.1 Snapshot & Growth Engine (Revenue)

12.2 Snapshot & Growth Engine (Volume)

12.3 Market Overview

12.4 DIY

12.4.1 Size & Forecast (Revenue & Volume)

12.5 Residential Repaint

12.5.1 Size & Forecast (Revenue & Volume)

12.6 Commercial, Industrial, And Institutional Repaint

12.6.1 Size & Forecast

12.7 New Residential

12.7.1 Size & Forecast (Revenue & Volume)

12.8 New Commercial, Industrial, And Institutional

12.8.1 Size & Forecast (Revenue & Volume)

13 U.S. Architectural Paint Market by Application

13.1 Snapshot and Growth Engine (Revenue)

13.2 Snapshot and Growth Engine (Volume)

13.3 Market Overview

13.4 Interior paints

13.4.1 Size & Forecast (Revenue & Volume)

13.5 Exterior paints

13.5.1 Size & Forecast (Revenue & Volume)

14 U.S. Architectural Paint Market by Channel

14.1 Snapshot and Growth Engine (Revenue)

14.2 Snapshot and Growth Engine (Volume)

14.3 Market Overview

14.4 Offline

14.4.1 Size & Forecast (Revenue & Volume)

14.5 Online

14.5.1 Size & Forecast (Revenue & Volume)

15 U.S. Architectural Paint Market by Formulation

15.1 Snapshot & Growth Engine (Revenue)

15.2 Snapshot & Growth Engine (Volume)

15.3 Market Overview

15.4 Water-based

15.4.1 Size & Forecast (Revenue & Volume)

15.5 Oil-based Paints

15.5.1 Size & Forecast (Revenue & Volume)

16 Competitive Landscape

16.1 Competition Overview

17 Market Vendor Analysis

17.1 Market Ranking Analysis

18 Key Company Profiles

18.1 PPG Industries in U.S. Architectural Paint Market

18.1.1 Business Overview

18.1.2 Product Offerings

18.1.3 Key Strategies

18.1.4 Key Strengths

18.1.5 Key Opportunities

18.2 Sherwin-Williams in U.S. Architectural Paint Market

18.2.1 Business Overview

18.2.2 Product Offerings

18.2.3 Key Strategies

18.2.4 Key Strengths

18.2.5 Key Opportunities

18.3 Behr Process Corporation in U.S. Architectural Paint Market

18.3.1 Business Overview

18.3.2 Product Offerings

18.3.3 Key Strategies

18.3.4 Key Strengths

18.3.5 Key Opportunities

18.4 Benjamin Moore in U.S. Architectural Paint Market

18.4.1 Business Overview

18.4.2 Product Offerings

18.4.3 Key Strategies

18.4.4 Key Strengths

18.4.5 Key Opportunities

19 Other Prominent Vendors

19.1 AFM

19.1.1 Business overview

19.1.2 Product Offerings

19.1.3 Key Strengths

19.1.4 Key Strategies

19.2 AURO

19.2.1 Business Overview

19.2.2 Product Offerings

19.2.3 Key Strengths

19.2.4 Key Strategies

19.3 Backdrop

19.3.1 Business Overview

19.3.2 Product Offerings

19.3.3 Key Strategies

19.3.4 Key Strengths

19.4 California Paints

19.4.1 Business Overview

19.4.2 Product Offerings

19.4.3 Key Strategies

19.4.4 Key Strengths

19.5 Clare

19.5.1 Business Overview

19.5.2 Product Offerings

19.5.3 Key Strengths

19.5.4 Key Strategies

19.6 Dunn-Edwards

19.6.1 Business Overview

19.6.2 Product Offerings

19.6.3 Key Strategies

19.6.4 Key Strengths

19.7 Diamond Vogel

19.7.1 Business Overview

19.7.2 Product Offerings

19.7.3 Key Strategies

19.7.4 Key Strengths

19.8 Kelly-Moore

19.8.1 Business Overview

19.8.2 Product Offerings

19.8.3 Key Strategies

19.8.4 Key Strengths

19.9 The Little Greene Paint Company

19.9.1 Business Overview

19.9.2 Product Offerings

19.9.3 Key Strategies

19.9.4 Key Strengths

19.10 Yenkin-MaJestic Paint

19.10.1 Business Overview

19.10.2 Product Offerings

19.10.3 Key Strategies

19.10.4 Key Strengths

19.11 Cloverdale Paint

19.11.1 Business Overview

19.11.2 Product Offerings

19.11.3 Key Strategies

19.11.4 Key Strengths

19.12 Color-Rare

19.12.1 Business Overview

19.12.2 Product Offerings

19.12.3 Key Strategies

19.12.4 Key Strengths

19.13 Colortech

19.13.1 Business Overview

19.13.2 Product Offerings

19.13.3 Key Strengths

19.13.4 Key Strategies

19.14 ECOS Paints

19.14.1 Business Overview

19.14.2 Product Offerings

19.14.3 Key Strengths

19.14.4 Key Strategies

19.15 Farrow & Ball PAINTS

19.15.1 Business Overview

19.15.2 Product Offerings

19.15.3 Key Strategies

19.15.4 Key Strengths

19.16 Lanco

19.16.1 Business Overview

19.16.2 Product Offerings

19.16.3 Key Strategies

19.16.4 Key Strengths

19.17 O'Leary Paint

19.17.1 Business Overview

19.17.2 Product Offerings

19.17.3 Key Strategies

19.17.4 Key Strengths

19.18 Real Milk Paint Co.

19.18.1 Business Overview

19.18.2 Product Offerings

19.18.3 Key Strategies

19.18.4 Key Strengths

19.19 Recolor Paints

19.19.1 Business Overview

19.19.2 Product Offerings

19.19.3 Key Strategies

19.19.4 Key Strengths

19.20 RomaBio

19.20.1 Business Overview

19.20.2 Product Offerings

19.20.3 Key Strategies

19.20.4 Key Strengths

19.21 True Value Company

19.21.1 Business Overview

19.21.2 Product Offerings

19.21.3 Key Strategies

19.21.4 Key Strengths

20 Report Summary

20.1 Key Takeaways

20.2 Strategic Recommendations

21 Quantitative Summary

21.1 U.S. Architectural Paint Market by End-Use

21.1.1 Revenue

21.1.2 Volume

21.2 U.S. Architectural Paint Market by Channel

21.2.1 Revenue

21.2.2 Volume

21.3 U.S. Architectural Paint Market by Application

21.3.1 Revenue

21.3.2 Volume

21.4 U.S. Architectural Paint Market by Formulation

21.4.1 Revenue

21.4.2 Volume

22 Appendix

22.1 Abbreviations

List of Exhibits 

Exhibit 1               Segmentation of Architectural Paint Market in the US

Exhibit 2               Market Size Calculation Approach 2019

Exhibit 3               Pulse of the Architectural Paint Market

Exhibit 4               Growth in Consumer Spend 2019-2025

Exhibit 5               Demographics of Various Generations

Exhibit 6               Share of Generation Spend on Home Improvement Projects

Exhibit 7               Residential and Commercial, Industrial and Institutional Area 2000-2019 (sqft in thousands)

Exhibit 8               Impact of DTC Companies Fix Paint-Buying Process

Exhibit 9               Impact of Artisanal Paint Companies Make Their Mark

Exhibit 10             Impact of Green Chemistry and Recycling

Exhibit 11             Impact of High demand for White

Exhibit 12             Impact of Home Improvement Projects

Exhibit 13             Search Trends for Paint Brands January-April 2020

Exhibit 14             Home Improvement and Painting Trends 2020

Exhibit 15             Impact of Democratization of the Interior Design Landscape

Exhibit 16             Impact of Experimentations with Color

Exhibit 17             Impact of Paint Finds New Purpose

Exhibit 18             Impact of Alternative Wall Treatments Find Favor

Exhibit 19             Impact of Falling Home Ownership

Exhibit 20             Home Ownership and Related Statistics 2019

Exhibit 21             Impact of Lack of Disruptive Innovation

Exhibit 22             Impact of Dwindling Trained Workforce

Exhibit 23             Overview of Labor Shortage 2019

Exhibit 24             Spends on Home Improvement and Maintenance Projects 2019 (% share

Exhibit 25             Paint Job Done DIY Vs. Outsourced to Contractors in North America 1980-2018 (% share)

Exhibit 26             U.S. Architectural Paint Market 2019–2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 27             U.S. Architectural Paint Market 2019–2025 (million gallons)

Exhibit 28             Five Forces Analysis 2019

Exhibit 29             Incremental Growth by End-use 2019 & 2025

Exhibit 30             Incremental Growth by End-use 2019 & 2025 (gallons)

Exhibit 31             U.S. Architectural Paint Market by End-Use ($ million)

Exhibit 32             Market by End-use2019 & 2025 (% share)

Exhibit 33             DIY Market 2019–2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 34             DIY Market in US 2019–2025 (million gallons)

Exhibit 35             Residential Repaint: An Overview

Exhibit 36             Housing Occupied by Landlords based on Built Yea (% share)

Exhibit 37             Residential Repaint Market 2019–2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 38             Residential Repaint Market in US 2019-2025 (million gallons)

Exhibit 39             Commercial, Industrial, & Institutional Repaint Market in US 2019–2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 40             Commercial, Industrial, And Institutional Repaint Market 2019–2025 (million gallons)

Exhibit 41             New Privately-Owned Housing Unit by Number of Units and Region 2011-2019 (thousands)

Exhibit 42             New Residential U.S. Architectural Paint Market 2019–2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 43             New Residential Market 2019–2025 (million gallons)

Exhibit 44             New Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional U.S. Architectural Paint Market 2019-2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 45             New Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional Market in US 2019-2025 (million gallons)

Exhibit 46             Incremental Growth by Application 2019 & 2025

Exhibit 47             Incremental Growth by Application 2019 & 2025 (gallons)

Exhibit 48             U.S. Architectural Paint Market by Application ($ million)

Exhibit 49             Market by Application 2019 & 2025 (% share)

Exhibit 50             U.S. Architectural Paint Market Growth Comparison by Application 2019–2025

Exhibit 51             Interior Market 2019–2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 52             Interior Market in US 2019–2025 (million gallons)

Exhibit 53             Exterior Architectural Paint Market in US 2019–2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 54             Exterior Market in US 2019–2025 (million gallons)

Exhibit 55             Incremental Growth by Channel 2019 & 2025

Exhibit 56             Incremental Growth by Channel 2019 & 2025 (gallons)

Exhibit 57             U.S. Architectural Paint Market by Channel ($ million)

Exhibit 58             Market by Channel 2019 & 2025 (% share)

Exhibit 59             U.S. Architectural Paint Market Growth Comparison by Channel 2019–2025

Exhibit 60             Offline Market 2019-2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 61             Offline Market 2019-2025 (million gallons)

Exhibit 62             Online U.S. Architectural Paint Market 2019-2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 63             Online Market 2019-2025 (million gallons)

Exhibit 64             Incremental Growth by Formulation 2019 & 2025

Exhibit 65             Incremental Growth by Formulation 2019 & 2025 (gallons)

Exhibit 66             U.S. Architectural Paint Market by Formulation ($ million)

Exhibit 67             Market by Formulation 2019 & 2025 (% share)

Exhibit 68             U.S. Architectural Paint Market Growth Comparison by Formulation 2019–2025

Exhibit 69             Water-based Market 2019-2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 70             Water-based U Market 2019-2025 (millions of gallons)

Exhibit 71             Oil-based U.S. Architectural Paint Market 2019-2025 ($ million)

Exhibit 72             Oil-based Market 2019-2025 (millions of dollars)

               

List of Tables    

Table 1                Key Caveats

Table 2                Currency Conversion 2013−2019

Table 3               Overview of DTC Paint Brands

Table 4               Market Ranking Analysis 2019

Table 5               PPG Industries: Major Product Offerings

Table 1               The Sherwin-Williams Company: Major Product Offerings

Table 2               Behr Process Corporation: Major Product Offerings

Table 3               Benjamin Moore: Major Product Offerings

Table 4               AFM: Product Offerings

Table 5               AURO: Product Offerings

Table 6               Backdrop: Product Offerings

Table 7               California Paints: Product Offerings

Table 8                Dunn-Edwards Major Product Offerings

Table 9                Diamond Vogel: Product Offerings

Table 10               Kelly-Moore: Major Product Offerings

Table 11               Little Green Paint & Paper: Major Product Offerings

Table 12               Yenkin-Majestic Paint: Major Product Offerings

Table 13               Cloverdale Paint: Product Offerings

Table 14               Color-Rare: Product Offerings

Table 15               Colortech: Product Offerings

Table 16               ECOS Paints: Product Offerings

Table 17               Farrow & Ball Paints: Product Offerings

Table 18               Lanco: Product Offerings

Table 19               O’Leary Paint: Product Offerings

Table 20               Recolor: Product Offerings

Table 21               RomaBio: Product Offerings

Table 22               True Value Company: Product Offerings

Table 23               U.S. Architectural Paint Market by End-use 2019−2025 ($ million)

Table 24               Market by End-use 2019−2025 (%)

Table 25               Market by End-use 2019−2025 (million gallons)

Table 26               Market by End-use 2019−2025 (%)

Table 27               U.S. Architectural Paint Market by Channel 2019−2025 ($ million)

Table 28               Market by Channel 2019−2025 (%)

Table 29               Market by Channel 2019−2025 (million gallons)

Table 30               Market by Channel 2019−2025 (%)

Table 31               U.S. Architectural Paint Market by Application 2019−2025 ($ million)

Table 32               Market by Application 2019−2025 (%)

Table 33               Market by Application 2019−2025 (million gallons)

Table 34               Market by Application 2019−2025 (%)

Table 35               U.S. Architectural Paint Market by Formulation 2019−2025 ($ million)

Table 36               Market by Formulation 2019−2025 (%)

Table 37               Market by Formulation 2019−2025 (million gallons)

Table 38               Market by Formulation 2019−2025 (%)

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