/ 28 Paints
The fabulous neutral from Dulux is a unique off-white shade. The unobtrusive gray notes penetrate the surface in a very unexpected way.
Classic Gray is an off-white shade, to be precise - a light gray penetrated by particles of warm yet not devoid of a slight crisp effect.
A mix of gray and beige notes, called greige, on the verge of passing the threshold into the gray category. Is it gray or greige then? Actually, both.
A neutral shade of white, definitely crisp yet not cold, and not devoid of a warm note as well. It seems that it has a bit from each group but not too much from everything.
A shade of white, impressively crisp and invigorating, reminiscent of the first snowfall, and surprisingly soft and calm.
An almost white shade, charming in its softness and calmness, refinement, and welcoming warmth.
An impartial shade of cream that can be easily mistaken with a very soft shade of white due to its neutrality.
A timeless shade of warm white with a tint of yellow responsible for the soft creamy base.
A warm shade of white enriched with a slightly airy effect and nearly perceived yellow notes responsible for its appealing appearance.
A soft shade of white with pronounced pinkish-orange notes. An interpretation of softness at its finest.
A light off-white. Imagine a white fog over a river or lake on a summer morning, which the sun's rays will literally touch in a few minutes.