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Darker than Timeless lighter than Magnolia?

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printmeanicephoto Mon 12-Sep-16 00:18:53

Do you know of any Dulux colours that you would recommend that are slightly darker than Timeless? We have Magnolia in our lounge and the Timeless patch we've done looks too white in comparison (we want lighter and less creamy than Magnolia but not white looking) Got to make quick decision as decorator coming this week. It's to go with Dulux Muted Sage recesses. Would Jasmine White or Almond White fit the bill? Thanks!

wowfudge Mon 12-Sep-16 06:47:13

Natural Hessian?

MakemineaGandT Mon 12-Sep-16 13:04:16

Natural Calico for a creamy look
Natural Hessian for a more stony look

ChishandFips33 Tue 13-Sep-16 03:14:44

Natural Calico

annielostit Tue 13-Sep-16 07:09:53

3rd natural calico vote. We had timeless in the lounge, calico in the bedroom.

barefootbird Tue 13-Sep-16 11:52:43

Natural calico was recommended to me by a decorator freind, it's worked well here.

Spottyladybird Wed 14-Sep-16 11:09:29

For a different colour we've just used Ivory Lace which is lovely.

Mum2KSS Wed 14-Sep-16 16:33:07

gardenia? we have it in our hallway and it looks very bright and fresh

OCSockOrphanage Wed 14-Sep-16 20:40:59

Egyptian Cotton is one of my default colours. It's greyer than Timeless and less yellow-pink then Magnolia. Or Lime White in Little Greene if you want eco-friendly... v similar.

Glasgowgal2 Thu 15-Sep-16 21:41:58

same dilemma....except decorator only using crown paints!!! Mellow sage feature wall....need a creamy/off white colour for remaining walls and then a different offwhite in eggshell for fireplace surround and woodwork!

Thinking of soft linen on walls and lime wash on woodwork? would this work?

EnlightenedOwl Fri 16-Sep-16 18:06:22

Jasmine White. Also go for matt not silk.

timeforsomethingnewithink Fri 16-Sep-16 18:08:51

Natural calico is lovely

RavioliOnToast Fri 16-Sep-16 20:10:28

We have jasmine white. It's really nice

Almostthere15 Sun 18-Sep-16 15:19:47

I second eyptian cotton. It feels warm but neutral, it's not too creamy but not sure if it'll match your sage. You could email dulux and see what they suggest. They are pretty good really

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