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Dulux eggshell pebble shore (and others that aren’t white)

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IntoTheFloodAgain Wed 14-Feb-18 15:44:40

I’m wondering if anyone has used this and how the colour turned out?

I’ve tested a few satin paints today and though they’re meant to be grey they’re basically white.

I don’t want to pay for yet another grey but white one, so I’m turning to you for helpsmile

I’m also wondering about Natural Hessian satin. I’ve looked on pinterest and that also seems to be white/cream but the colour on the tin is more beige.

Any suggestions for a soft beigey grey wood paint would be very handy (except for F&B as the cost and I’ve read its not very easy to clean)

The wood is primed.

wowfudge Wed 14-Feb-18 16:30:06

The emulsion is a cool grey so the eggshell should be the same.

Fannyfanakerpants Thu 15-Feb-18 19:58:55

I've used natural Hessian and it's definitely not grey- more a cream/brown tone.
No idea on the colour your after but if you do find it in f&b or little green egc, then b&q or brewers will make it in their own paint.

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