Dead Salmon

No. 28

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

Dead Salmon has a magical quality to it like Smoked Trout, because everyone sees it as a different colour, be it a strong traditional mushroom, steeped in history, or a warming buff neutral. It creates the most subtle and serene of environments suitable as a backdrop in underlit dining rooms which are usually candlelit. Red & Warm Tones Undercoat.

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perfect result dead salmon inside front door and side wall and dimity walls I have used Fand B for years, as a contractor this time I used, ground pink, dimity, and dead salmon in various parts of a house with fantastic results. I also used modern emulsion for the first time on a clients house as I am a matt man. The results was great with 7% sheen. Will definately use that again with confidence. 24 December 2014
Hot chocolate with wipped cream At first we used Dead Salmon as a feature colour on our mantelpiece wall in our north west facing living room. All other walls are painted Joa's White. The combination is beautiful, the Dead Salmon adds warmth and makes a statement without being too bold. We liked this unusual colour so much, that we then used Dead Salmon in a rather dark small study, where it looks more brownish and less pink but is even more stunning. We combined it with Pointing, the contrast is modern but very warm. As said in other reviews: The color is very hard to describe. We think it is the color of hot chocolate with wipped cream. But however you want to describe it: it is just stunning. 10 December 2014
A bit disappointed by the colour Usual F&B quality but isn't this the colour that used to be called mushroom? 01 December 2014
I loved the way this colour changes under different light. I purchased this colour for my hallway because I had just finished painting my living room in Calamine and wanted a colour that would run with it. When my painter started using it we were amazed by how this colour shimmers under the light and it became a family game deciding what colour the paint was. Under one light it had a pinky hue, another it had a purple hue and the overall colour was a light coffee hue. Whatever the shade is I love it, everyone who has come into my home has made a comment on how nice it is. I've spoilt my decorator as he no longer wants to use anything but Farrow and Ball paint (although he is realises that's not gonna happen). Both my rooms have a lovely finish and I would recommend this paint to everyone. 11 November 2014
unusual colour but looks great Had doubts that the colour may be a bit insipid - but glad I persevered. It is unusual, but blends beautifully with sandstones and creams of the paved garden. Quality is of usual high standard - goes on easily and hopefully will be long lasting 03 June 2013
An interesting colour that it's hard to define A great name for a very interesting colour. We painted this in our north facing sitting room and it worked incredibly well. One wall of the room is stripped back red brick with dark beams and it toned with this well. It is a difficult colour to define but it is very classy, warm and welcoming. As with all F&B paints the quality is great and I found that it went a long way by applying with a brush. 18 November 2012
versatile accent colour We painted furniture in a dark room Dead Salmon and it looks purple brown, like Thai eggplant. Lovely and sophisticated. 10 September 2012
Luscious latte I used Dead Salmon with Pointing trim in a northwest facing office/guest bedroom. Using the recommended F&B red & warm undercoat, this lovely cafe latte color has a softening hint of pink. Cozy and comforting. 04 September 2012
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