Blue Gray

No. 91

* Samples available in Estate Emulsion only. Colours on screen may vary from actual paint.

Blue Gray creates the most relaxed of rooms that feel as if they have always been there, due to the mix of its blue, green and black pigments. It is a cooler more weathered version of French Gray and has the same magical quality of changing between blue and grey depending on the light conditions and time of day. Mid Tones Undercoat.

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Blue Gray 4.5 5 38 38
Struggling Love the colour, love the different shades throughout the day however am struggling to find colours to match with it. Usual palate is white/blue/grey so am struggling with the green tone. 18 May 2015
So unexpected! I was advised by the lady in store, that even though the colour of my kitchen units was in the similar shade to the Blue Grey, that it would look stunning and not dark as I envisaged. She was totally correct. I love it - bang on trend and in a serviceable finish for a kitchen. Lovely period colour. 10 May 2015
Love this! There is a certain degree of confidence that you get when painting with Farrow and Ball paint. I find I am never let down by the end result. 28 February 2015
not what it said on the tin it's not blue , it's not grey, it's GREEN . Waste of time and money. 25 February 2015
Sophistication ! Very interesting colour that changes with the weather, but still true to the sample colour. 02 February 2015
Fabulous This colour provides Fabulous "grown up" elegance, and colour stays true. 30 December 2014
A khaki green Beautiful, beautiful depth. Painted in a small north facing dressing room; most definitely not blue or grey in this setting. A lovely khaki, sage green colour which builds in intensity in a room with less light and more corners. It is a great backdrop for a range of colours eg mustard, dark wood furniture, black and cream. All sounds a little odd but works brilliantly. Need to test large area as colour very different to sample I did. Still, a fab colour and I wasn't matching to anything so it was great. 18 November 2014
Blue Grey green? Love the colour, just what I wanted but it is a more green than blue. I bought a tester first so knew it was the right shade for the job. Went on well. Great choice of shades available. 07 November 2014
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