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Pale grey/green paint?

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magpie17 Thu 18-Feb-16 15:41:39

What a boring topic, but can anyone recommend a pale grey/green or beige/green paint colour? Ive seen a lot of grey/taupe colours but I'm looking for something with a sage green sort of edge to it.

Dulux Jurassic stone is close but I wondered if there were any others I might like?

NothingButAHoundDog Thu 18-Feb-16 15:44:53

We have B&Q Limestone Path in our kitchen, it has more of a duck egg blue feel, but we tried loads of sage green/grey combos and this was the nicest, looks really fresh in our kitchen.

magpie17 Thu 18-Feb-16 16:07:19

Can I ask what colour your kitchen is (units I mean)? It's my kitchen I want to paint - cream units, sort of taupe surfaces and light would floor. It's all very beige - new build so I didn't choose it. I like neural colours generally but it needs livening up and green seemed like the best idea...

NothingButAHoundDog Thu 18-Feb-16 16:14:02

We also have a neutral kitchen, cream tiles, cream shaker style cupboards, dark wood floor, we deliberately chose more of a classic style so we could then change wall colour as we see fit. Have brought lime greens and greys in too with blinds and tablecloth.
I am really pleased with it.

bilbodog Thu 18-Feb-16 17:06:44

Ive got a painted kitchen and we used f and b churlish green for the main units but have an island in a very light grey - it looks lovely.

minipie Thu 18-Feb-16 20:01:26

Little Greene do quite a few that fit the bill, eg Pearl Colour (comes in pale, mid or deep)

trixymalixy Thu 18-Feb-16 20:03:49

Farrow and ball old white is a sagey grey colour.

Sidge Thu 18-Feb-16 20:14:11

We've just had our study, cloakroom and hall, stairs and landing done in Jurassic Stone. It's absolutely gorgeous - pale, warm, soft and light but with some colour and depth.

I also looked at Valspar paints, they can mix pretty much any colour you like. I got them to colourmatch F&Bs Old White and it looked just like Jurassic Stone!

magpie17 Thu 18-Feb-16 22:39:29

I like f&b old white but was put off when it is described as more grey in well lit spaces. The kitchen is south facing and has a wall with floor to ceiling Windows (it's the hottest room in the world!) so is very bright. I think that's why I'm struggling with a colour. I think Jurassic stone and old white are the closest I've found though.

PenguindreamsofDraco Fri 19-Feb-16 09:13:09

We have Fired Earth Gin and Tonic in our bathroom - it's lovely.

Babytalkobsession Fri 19-Feb-16 20:38:02

Dulux overtly olive is a nice grey sagey green.

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