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talksensetome Wed 08-Feb-17 11:02:29

I am redecorating the living room, It has one wall papered, two walls I have already painted light grey and then the back wall goes up the stairs onto the landing. So the stairs come down into the livingroom along the whole back wall.

I am planning to paint that wall a darker colour.

so do you prefer

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talksensetome Wed 08-Feb-17 11:02:52

or

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SugarMiceInTheRain Wed 08-Feb-17 11:08:20

the second one, I think the darker colour might be too much going along the wall and up the stairs, unless it's a very spacious house with lots of light.

PurpleDaisies Wed 08-Feb-17 11:09:24

I love the greeny blue colour. What is it?

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talksensetome Wed 08-Feb-17 11:12:31

Thanks, I hate making decisions like this!

It is Dark Dug Egg, it's from Wilkos Durable range. I am trying to do classy on a budget.

User your descriptions made me actually laugh! Stinky green.

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SheSaidNoFuckThat Wed 08-Feb-17 11:30:47

Love that Duck Egg colour, used to have my living room similar

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greeeen Wed 08-Feb-17 13:30:03

The second one is the classy option IMO!

JT05 Wed 08-Feb-17 13:46:56

The second one, lovely combination. I have found Wilko paint superior to many more expensive ones.
The dark grey will absorb the light, something you may not want on the stairs.

JT05 Wed 08-Feb-17 13:47:48

Also love the wall paper!

talksensetome Wed 08-Feb-17 14:20:11

User I must say I have never heard of stinky green, is it an actual colour?

It seems the green is unanimous. grin

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talksensetome Thu 09-Feb-17 11:01:28

Well the pale grey colour has dried with a very soft lilac sheen to it. I am so disappointed and feel like I either have to go back to the original Grey idea with colourful accessories to brighten it up or re paint those walls again with an off white colour.

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PurpleDaisies Thu 09-Feb-17 11:04:51

Greys can be a pain like that.

If it helps b and q are selling dulux timeless classics for £18 a tin at the moment instead of £25. Engraved locket is a gorgeous grey that we're using in our bedroom. No lilac to be seen.

talksensetome Thu 09-Feb-17 11:17:30

Thanks Purpledaisies I will have a look. I really wanted a durable paint as I have three children and a dog messing up my lovely walls. I will definitely have a look though.

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