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What colour is this paint and can anyone recommend a paint range that has a colour close to it?

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cuntycowfacemonkey Thu 07-Apr-16 22:07:31

Love this for my hallway but would like to avoid doing my usual trick of spending £20 on tester pots trying to find the right shade. Any suggestions? Obviously it's grey but well no paint is ever just called pale grey!

SoupDragon Thu 07-Apr-16 22:09:50

Probably some poncey Farrow and Ball paint with a stupid name grin

anotherbloodycyclist Thu 07-Apr-16 22:13:51

Polished pebble, Dulux? Just did a room in it. It's a really lovely pale grey, and better coverage and half the price of the poncey Farrow and Ball colours I've got in the rest of my house!

AlisonWunderland Thu 07-Apr-16 22:15:59

gallery white by crown
pebble shore by dulux ?

cuntycowfacemonkey Thu 07-Apr-16 22:23:34

Thanks so hopefully if I narrow it down to pebble something I'll be on the right track! DH would have a heart attack if I bought farrow and ball paint!

AmyInTheBoonies Thu 07-Apr-16 23:09:21

Pebble Shore is another Dulux one to try, a pale warm grey.
Also Dulux Thimble Case, a bit paler than Pebble Shore.

CheshireDing Sat 09-Apr-16 07:17:26

I have just used a colour called Flint Grey, from Homebase, it's a chalky type, looks similar to the pic but slightly lighted than the grey in the picture but have used on hallway wall with white skirting boards.

I have found I definitely prefer the Homebase/B&Q "older style" colour of paints, you still get the chalky F&B without the price tag. Think the range is called Timeless Classics (or something like that) in one of the stores.

GinIsIn Sat 09-Apr-16 18:47:40

Was just about to say that looks like Dulux polished pebble...

Zampa Sat 09-Apr-16 18:50:26

I reckon that looks like Cornforth White from Farrow & Ball. Colour of my kitchen cabinets.

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