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Stuck on what to put with F&B Green Smoke?

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GardenGeek Sun 04-Mar-18 20:33:17

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GardenGeek Tue 06-Mar-18 18:57:54

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Regressionconfession Tue 06-Mar-18 19:00:44

Tunsgate green??

GardenGeek Tue 06-Mar-18 19:33:38

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Regressionconfession Tue 06-Mar-18 20:03:56

I've got arsenic on my dining room walls with the dresser painted in tunsgate. In that setting the tunsgste looks very neutral, in fact I wish it had a bit more colour!! So if you're after a soft neutral I think it could work as the green smoke will tone it down.

I like the sound of a spare room come yoga room!!!

GardenGeek Tue 06-Mar-18 21:13:54

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Regressionconfession Tue 06-Mar-18 22:15:18

Yes I agree !!! I thought Arsenic looked like the colour of hospital scrubs but now I love it!!! Fingers crossed the Tunsgate works. If you're anything like me you'll also have a silly amount of F&B sample pots!!!

decoratingdilemmas Tue 20-Mar-18 21:49:21

gardengeek, regressionconfession, I'm thinking of using green smoke in our living room but am a bit nervous - do you think it would work in a larger space? It is essentially 2 large knocked-through living rooms in a standard victorian terrace - high ceilings, bay window etc. Not tons of natural light though except in late afternoon...

My mum says to go for it but DH hates the idea is not so sure and I don't want to get it wrong as it's such a big space and it's obv a room we use every day!

Regressionconfession Sat 24-Mar-18 10:36:09

Decoratingdilemmas do you have a picture rail? We have a stud key room and down pipe room but we've compromised by doing above the picture rail white. Could that work?

Ivymaud Sat 24-Mar-18 10:50:52

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GardenGeek Mon 25-Jun-18 19:59:52

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Ketzele Mon 25-Jun-18 23:38:02

I was just coming on to suggest off white!

I was actually given a pot of shaded white, but am hesitating to use it because I just can't work out whether it will be too yellow. You've made me think I should splash it on something...

slinkysaluki Tue 26-Jun-18 14:10:00

Garden geek that green is beautiful, a chalky off white would look nice with it. I'm not up to date with F and B colours though so prob not much help

GardenGeek Tue 26-Jun-18 16:31:12

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Harveyrabbit76 Tue 26-Jun-18 16:33:51

I have shaded white in my front room and its a great colour which changes with the light

GardenGeek Tue 26-Jun-18 16:39:15

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GardenGeek Tue 26-Jun-18 16:39:40

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GardenGeek Tue 26-Jun-18 16:43:50

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somewheresorted Tue 26-Jun-18 17:48:09

Oh wow... it looks beautiful!

FriendlyOcelot Tue 26-Jun-18 17:51:09

I’d pair it with pink ground!

GardenGeek Tue 26-Jun-18 19:36:39

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GardenGeek Tue 26-Jun-18 19:38:59

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Ketzele Tue 26-Jun-18 20:14:52

That is really lovely, GardenGeek.

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