I have a tiny box room in my house, 3 X 2 metres. I've recently added a floor to ceiling bay to it, 1 m wide. This will eventually lead out onto a green roof. The room is flooded with light and is north-facing.
I want it to be a very light, airy space to work from home, but looking for a touch of warmth as the light is already quite blue. Thinking of having some oak drawers for storage and a grey desk top as furniture.
Feezies - I actually have Jasmine White in there at the moment! The room used to be so small that it looked darker and creamier than it usually does. However, now there is a huge window, it will hopefully be a much brighter space so I need to find a moment when the builder isn't in there to go and look at the colour!!
wowfudge - I had a bad experience with Dulux Light & Space years and years ago, when it first came out. It was very thin and chipped really easily. I imagine they have changed the formulation in the last 15 years though!! Is it better now?
We've been using Dulux Cotton white, looks lovely. Really bright and fresh. We have it in our kitchen which is north facing. In fact the photo I've just posted on the extension thread shows cotton white.
The room is 3 x 2 metres, with a new bay stuck on the end (see picture). The interior of this bay will be clad in cedar, which I think will change the quality of the light quite a lot. I'm hoping to have some really soft felt pouffes/bean bags in there so we can sit and look out at the view.
The colour on those walls right now is Jasmine white - you can see it looks almost yellowish. I think I need something even lighter! I'll check out the White Cotton and Wimborne White. Wevet looks possible too!
We have a similar room as in it’s small, large window, south facing and lost of green from the trees outside.
We painted it a very slightly creamy colour thinking it would look warm and it was terrible. The blue light and green trees made it a sickly pale green colour.
So we repainted it a very very slightly pink neutral, it’s what Fand B would call a red based neutral. I’m sorry I don’t know the name of the colour, it’s was just picked off a crown or Johnston’s fan.