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What colour is your hallway?

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NoCapes Tue 25-Apr-17 12:46:17

Looking to change the colour, I've just had the layout of downstairs changed so doorways added and boarded up so the halls a bit of a mess, but I don't know what kind of colour to go for?
It'll be for the hall, up the stairs and the upstairs landing
It's quite a narrow hall with not a lot of light, lots of kids coming and going and a dog so ideally something that won't show marks very easily
Oh and not bloody grey!
Any suggestions? Pics would be massively appreciated too grin

Ketzele Tue 25-Apr-17 22:05:27

I don't have a hallway [weeps bitter tears].

OK, being more constructive: what colour are the rooms leading off the hallway? Because I quite like that contrast thing where the hall is dark and the rooms light, or the other way round.

I really like F&B Inchrya Blue or PIgeon (which is more green than grey).

ladybird69 Tue 25-Apr-17 22:17:31

I don't know how to do pics sorry and I'm stuck with a dated dado rail!!! with crown 'ballet shoes' above and ' just plum' below as its harder wearing with the animals, with a biscuit coloured carpet. I like it as its quite a cold north facing room and the colours warm it up. Wood work is just cream satin wood.

Lesley1980 Thu 27-Apr-17 08:19:46

I have Crown Spotlight. It's supposed to be grey but its actually lilac or a really nice soft blue depending on the time of day. Before that we have had Dulux White Cotton, Timeless & Natural Calico. Natural Calico is the only one I didn't. They probably won't hide mess but get the paint made up in washable paint & it wipes down great. My second daughter scribbled on walls & I was able to scrub them.

MrsMooks Thu 27-Apr-17 08:25:42

I've just done my hall, stairs and landing in dulux once caramel latte. It's nice and warm and easy to clean and touch up. Once is fab as I can never be arsed to do 2 coats

HollyJollyDillydolly Thu 27-Apr-17 08:27:23

Dulux muddy puddle.

Allthebestnamesareused Fri 28-Apr-17 16:52:41

Dulux Timeless

skyzumarubble Fri 28-Apr-17 16:58:55

I think it's called gentle fawn by dulux. It's nice but 11 years old and definitely in need of a refresh!

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