Farrow & Ball Elephant's Breath
If you want to go for a gray wall in your living area that is not too dark then, Farrow & Ball suggest using colours with a yellow base which will make for a warmer grey. Try using Elephant’s Breath No.229 has the most contemporary feel, with a purple undertone. "Elephant's Breath with its hint…
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Better Than Beige: 6 Nice & Neutral Wall Paint Colors
What makes a color “neutral” anyway? Neutrals are normally those colors without a lot of color, like ivorys, blacks, and yes, beiges. For the purposes of this post, we’re referring to colors that wrap your rooms in a sophisticated shade without stealing all the limelight away from your other furnishings (but are still pretty bold, though).
This weeks Room of the Week is a calm neutral hallway with touches of Spring flowers. From the House to Home galleries this room is the perfect interior to make any visitor feel very welcome.
The Best Paint Colors: 10 Farrow & Ball Not-Boring Neutrals
When you think of neutral paint colors, it may conjure up images of plain whites or boring beiges. But British paint purveyors Farrow & Ball have a whole slew of ‘neutrals’ — colors that will play well with others, and serve as a backdrop for other tints in the room — that are anything but boring. Here are ten of our favorites. Above: Pink as neutral? Believe it. Farrow & Ball’s Pink Ground, a pale, dusty pink, is the perfect backdrop for other, bolder hues.
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Sam chose the perfect shade of grey for the living room, Farrow & Ball Ammonite, then diluted it with three parts of white emulsion to one part Ammonite to paint the section between the picture rail and ceiling. He reinstated the picture rail too - at just £1.10 a metre it's a bargain way to give the living room back a more period feel.