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A breath of fresh air, a feel of freedom, a state of clearness; this is what experts associate with the winter-inspired shade.
A calm shade of white with a light cover of warm undertones deposited by the passing years.
To some, it may seem like mint, to someone close to sage, someone sees it rather silvery-gray, and to someone, it even reminds of dew drops on green leaves.
Bright, light, cool, and at the same time discreet, Goose Down from Dulux fits perfectly into the concept of a home as a refuge
The brand's representatives refer it to the group of so-called true grays. This means that this shade of gray is nothing more than a fusion of black and white. It has no undertones.
This amazingly soft beige shade with subtle gray undertones owes its name to Egyptian cotton, an elite variety of natural fabric that has become a real attraction in Egypt.
This deep, dark gray tone is somewhat reminiscent of a rock or mineral, and glossy bluish-gray tones enhance this feeling.
The dark green hue, which is called pacifying and softening, simply cannot fail to attract attention.
It's hard to imagine a more natural dark green. Deprived of the gray and bluish tones so fashionable today, it really reminds of the dark pine needles and those very oak leaves.
This paint from Benjamin Moore is incredibly dark - so dark that it really looks black in the can.
An excellent mix of gray, black, and sea blue. Depending on the lighting, any of these three facets can appear in it.