Pavilion Gray

No. 242

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

Pavilion Gray works particularly well as a woodwork colour when contrasted with Blackened or Strong White on walls to create the relaxed, much loved Gustavian look. It is also a classic mid grey wall colour, cooler than Cornforth White, it is perfect for the modern family house. Mid Tones Undercoat.

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Pavilion Gray 4.7 5 43 43
Easy to apply & a great finish. I have used pavilion gravy before & love the colour. It's so easy to apply, wears well and is regularly admired. Our new kitchen looks wonderful. Farrow & Ball paints are excellent! 11 June 2015
Love it! We remodeled a guest bathroom in white carrera marble and painted the walls in pavilion grey. Exactly the look we wanted. Elegant and comfortable at the same time. Looks beautiful. 15 March 2015
Lovely warm backdrop for brighter colours Pavilion gray is a wonderful neutral, I wanted to add colour to our TV room and with this colour you can. Cushions in purple, orange, pink all work well this Pavilion gray. Very pleased 17 January 2015
Does what it says on the tin All went very smoothly when I ordered paint. Pleased with the prompt delivery Very good service, would definitely order paint again. In fact I have! 25 November 2014
Calming grey I've used this colour in both bedrooms of my house, teaming it with Strong White. It's a very calming, elegant grey which has depth but doesn't overpower like some of the darker greys available. In my smaller second bedroom, it was used to paint some anaglypta wallpaper, and the combination of the colour and the pattern is very pleasing indeed. 16 November 2014
great colour painted our pine furniture it looks great. We use your paint all the time 10 November 2014
you get what you pay for is true with this emulsion I have used this colour previously to cover red coloured walls and expected to do 2 or 3 coats, needed 3 coats. Loved the finished colour so bought the same colour again to emulsion a light beige coloured walls. Needed 2 coats. Even with 2 coats need to ensure that you cover well. Again finished colour is worth it. It is not a dark dove grey but a lovely clean, fresh grey. I used it on bottom half of a large room and used Wimborne white on the top half. Don't let the idea of white put you off, it is not a white but a gorgeous warm colour and they go together so well. Looks expensive and classy. So I am hooked on Farrow & Ball and using it throughtout my home. 06 November 2014
This product has subtle warm, clean tones First used the Estate Emulsion in my conservatory. The colour is very natural and catches the light, brings out more blue/ greeny/grey undertones. The colour changes due to the fact it is a conservatory with a glass roof. Much lighter than the sample colour, online swatch, which looks more browny? So pleased with the finish, I have recently painted both spare bedrooms and because they don't get as much light as the conservatory, the colour appears more grey and equally as gorgeous! I have used the Strong White eggshell on woodwork and they compliment very well. Required 2 coats of emulsion, I used a roller! Favourite colour ever! 13 September 2014
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