Dec 11, 2017 9:37 pm
I am trying to choose a neutral paint colour for our open plan area. No cream, no too dark grey.
We have a white kitchen (cabinets and tiles), light laminate floors (that seem to have an orange tinge), and a dark blue colourbond steel for windows.
So far I have tried:
Solver floral white (a bit dark)
Taubman cotton touch (might be ok?)
Resene alabaster (too clinical)
Re: Neutral paint colour help for open plan area2
Dec 30, 2017 12:37 pm
I recently used Dulux Natural White and love it. I believe it is the least warm of Dulux's warm whites. It looks clean and fresh but not stark and clinical. I have light oak floors and it looks great with them.
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