Pink Ground

No. 202

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

Pink Ground, with its large dose of yellow pigment creates the softest, dustiest, blush of colour on the wall so it is best not to contrast it with a bright white but with Pointing on woodwork. This feminine warm pink creates the most soothing of rooms without being too sugary, so should definitely not be confined to the bedroom. White & Light Tones Undercoat.

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Delicate soft pink I was looking for a pink that wasn't too intense, or with too much purple undertone. This one fits the bill. I've painted large samples on the wall and on a white board, and I look forward to transforming my study/dressing room. Paint goes on beautifully. Thanks FB for recommending Pointing for the trim color. I would never have known. 24 May 2015
Beautiful peachy shades Another F&B colour that is more than just one shade. In some lights this peach colour leans to biege, in others to pink. Works beautifully in my daughters room. 11 April 2015
Not the color I was looking for Pink Ground was too light for me. I only tried a sample stripe, so keep this in mind. It was like a white with pink tinge to it. I went with Cinder Rose, which is lovely and suited my home better. 21 March 2015
Pink Ground - not girly pink i put this in my daughters room and it looks fab. she is almost 1o yrs old and is out of her "Pink" phase so this took some persuading but she loves it. It is very subtle pink. it is fresh but not as cold as ice pink. it would look amazing in a lounge as it almost has a smoky appearance. would look fab with sage or mint green. 08 April 2014
This is my perfect pink. Pink Ground changes color with the time of day. I have the an ocean view from my California bedroom and the glow of the sunset is brilliant against the walls of my perfectly pink bedroom with pointing trim and ceiling. The compliments I have received on the color are countless. The quality of paint is unmatched. Ive used 6 other colors and I am choosing 3 more to finish up. The only problem with Farrow and Ball is how long it takes me to choose between all the fabulous colors. 05 February 2014
Gorgeous There's a really beautiful tone to this pink which I used in my daughters nursery along with a rich magenta I mixed myself. It's a colour that a girl of any age would be happy with and I'm sure it would look equally lovely in any grown up room. Coverage is great and touch up spots have blended really well. 18 March 2013
Love I cannot decide whether this color is shell pink, as it seems upon entering the room; or peachy pink, depending on the morning sun; or almost terracotta, as it appears in dimmer light. I love it. In my photos the walls are Pink Ground, the ceiling is Pointing, and the woodwork is Skimming Stone (one of my most favorite colors and it is also on the ceiling in another room in my house). The windows and baseboards had been dark stained wood (the same as the door that has been left unpainted to match the rest of the woodwork in the hallway). I had never painted window sashes previously and was nervous as to whether I could do a good job. Not to trusty modern emulsion, used on all surfaces here, has never yet steered me wrong (after two coats of primer on the stained wood). I am quite thrilled with the results. 13 February 2013
It's Just What I Wanted I love (Benjamin Moore) Bone White walls in all rooms in my airy high rise condo but one: it goes grim and dim in the bathroom which no natural light. So I wanted something that transitioned well from the hallway, but with more life. I love this pinkish "grounded" color, which gives life to my artificially lit bathroom. I painted the ceiling a way-lighter pinkish neutral (Benj. Moore's "ecru") which is just right. I tested five colors before settling on F&B's Pink Ground. I get a lift just passing this room now; I love this color. 05 August 2012
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