Need a nice grey paint recommendation please!

(15 Posts)
Badders123 Sun 06-Mar-16 13:07:34

We are going to decorate our conservatory soon.
It's currently terracotta 😱 and its time for a change.
We are having new blinds, rug, furniture too.
I rely like the idea of a soothing mid grey...any recommendations or ones to avoid?

LuckySantangelo1 Sun 06-Mar-16 13:14:45

Farrow and ball pavilion grey... I have this in my bathroom. Lovely paint.

AmIbeingaBitch Sun 06-Mar-16 13:32:36

Annie Sloane - Paris grey.

hpsaucy Sun 06-Mar-16 13:38:37

Dulux chic shadow

absolutelynotfabulous Sun 06-Mar-16 13:40:47

Urban Obsession. Maybe a bit dark for you, though. I've got in in my conservatory.

Badders123 Sun 06-Mar-16 13:43:42

Oooh I like the dulux one!
The f&b one looks a bit Brown to me?

MissLanaBanana Sun 06-Mar-16 13:50:44

Duluth warm pewter is a lovely warm grey , good midway between chic shadow and urban obsession (which I loved but worried may be too dark!) I love it is really cosy. Accessorised with black and white and some darker grey curtains.

absolutelynotfabulous Sun 06-Mar-16 13:51:09

Chic Shadow is nice, but presumably your conservatory is very light? I think Chic Shadow would disappear.

I've got a colour called Perfectly Taupe all over my house. It's a very light grey with a hint of lilac.

I love greysmile

MissLanaBanana Sun 06-Mar-16 13:51:24

Dulux not Duluth!

chipsandpeas Sun 06-Mar-16 14:02:02

id say dulux chic shadow as well, im doing my kitchen in that next week - the tester i have shows it as a bit grey/silvery

silversixpence Sun 06-Mar-16 16:00:55

Another vote for Pavilion Grey it is beautiful. F&B paint is a bit thin though.

cathcustardtart Sun 06-Mar-16 16:12:40

I have Pavilion Grey in my bathroom, with Strong White. it's a good combination.
If you want paler than pavilion but more colour than Strong, Blackened is a nice choice.

redjellybean Sun 06-Mar-16 16:51:44

Polished Pebble by Dulux

Adarajames Sun 06-Mar-16 17:00:43

Farrow and ball Carnforth. I tried 5 or 6 greys from them and others, came down to this one, dark enough to be grey, not so dark as to be gloomy

Badders123 Sun 06-Mar-16 19:38:37

ThAnk you for all the ideas 😉

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