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Warmer version of F&B Clunch?

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ilovespaint Mon 27-Oct-14 13:45:06

I redecorated our boxroom in F&B clunch, ready to be DD's new bedroom. She has bedding/curtains etc in a dusty pink shade which went well with clunch in her previous room.

But the new room looks really 'cold' and the clunch looks a bit greyish (it's a west facing room without much natural light - her old room was south facing with big windows).

I don't think anything too yellowy would go well with the pink - any suggestions of a warmer colour that wouldn't make it look like she was in a giant neapolitan ice-cream??

inconceivableme Fri 31-Oct-14 00:11:15

Clunch? What an awful name?!

BOFster Fri 31-Oct-14 00:14:50

Apparently this warms it up a treat.

smellycandles Fri 31-Oct-14 00:25:46

Clunch! gringringrin

YesIcan Fri 31-Oct-14 00:32:08

Oh dear OP. There are always idiots.
Sorry no wisdom to help about the paint - when all her pink stuff goes in, it might be nice

smellycandles Fri 31-Oct-14 00:40:19

Sorry OP, but what a silly name!

What about more grey - velvet soft furnishings?

Or a few more bright colours?

And coloured or warm white lights? Or light?'s-lamp/p151200?un_jtt_v_pdp=yes&un_jtt_v_from_product=un_product_1#page_loaded

inconceivableme Fri 31-Oct-14 08:10:55

Yes, the idiots are F&B calling a paint Clunch. Right, Yes?

scarlettsmummy2 Fri 31-Oct-14 08:15:51

Could be worse, could be 'dead salmon'.

Greenrememberedhills Fri 31-Oct-14 09:14:43

I like fired earth paint. Almost certainly you would find a colour there. FE colours are less grey than FB.

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