GREY an understanding hue
‘Mole’s Breath no.276’ by Farrow and Ball is a splendid choice if you are undertaking painting high importance room or if you just would like to have a sumptuous, luscious look. For example a board-room, director’s office or executive bedroom. This hue could be used all over, or just as an accent colour on the 2 adjoining walls in order to separate the space. How about using ‘Mole’s Breath no.276’ on the headboard?
Grey combined with RED
For instance get a small amount of red-orange ‘Harissa’ by Dulux Signature range and transform your coffee table. As an alternative you could paint the back of your bookcase. Paint your hall/landing gray and use ‘Harissa’ on your stairs? Or just hang a lot of frames and paint them in variations of red?
‘0553 Smoky wings’ by Colortrend or ‘Manor House Gray no.265’ Farrow and Ball are great combined with red. ‘Kimono’ by New Historic Colortrend and ‘Chia’ by Dulux Signature.
Grey married with PURPLE
Purple being a regal and noble hue works wonders mixed with grey. Perhaps walls could be done in ‘0555 Ocean Frigate’ by Colortrend and ceiling in ‘Absolutely Livid’ Dulux Signature or a chair.
‘Brassica no.271’ by Farrow and Ball is a softer purple that would complement the grey. Try a green-grey ‘French Gray no.18’ by Farrow and Ball. For instance bath paneling painted in ‘Brassica no.271’ and walls ‘French Gray no.18.
Dress up interiors in a splendid manner this autumn.
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Pat McDonnell Paints always recommend the application of a sample prior to a final decision on any colour.
There are a number of factors which can substantially influence how a colour looks on a chip card/computer screen & how it will look in a room setting. e.g the quality of a camera image, quality of the computer screen, the lighting in the room etc.