A romantic grey pink
Paint Colours: Peignoir
Grey-pink Peignoir has a romantic feel inspired by the 19th-century garment of the same name, a chiffon robe worn over underclothes while brushing the hair. Created by giving the softest of pinks a big dose of grey, Peignoir has a unique depth that brings walls to life. It works perfectly in homes both old and new with any of our Contemporary Neutrals, or with Brassica and Pelt.
Available in our brand new Dead Flat® finish for walls, woodwork and metal.
Recommended Primer & Undercoat: Mid Tones
Complementary white: Strong White
Rated 5 out of 5 by SueHS from Peignoir - a great choice! I was looking for something as calm and restful for a bedroom as a grey but more interesting, and I found it in Peignoir. But I so nearly didn’t! When I first looked at a sample by the window in a Farrow and Ball shop, the artificial lighting above the window made it look a very unappealing sludgy grey. Fortunately, I didn’t give up at that point and bought a sample pot. The next moment of doubt was when I saw my sample against a newly plastered wall; the colour of the fresh plaster didn’t do Peignoir any favours, and I was worried that it looked dead and cold. My builders then misted the wall in white, so I could get a better sense of the colour and it was transformed! I now have a beautifully calm, restful bedroom with the warm, interesting Peignoir in Estate Emulsion on the walls. I’m including photos so you can see how different it looks as the morning light catches it in different ways in different parts of the room. I am really happy with my choice and can recommend this colour! I treated the wardrobe to a couple of coats of Great White Estate Eggshell which I think goes very well with the Peignoir walls.
Date published: 2023-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ang62 from Stunning Colour Not quite pink, not quite grey, not quite lilac! This colour changes with the light. It’s a remarkable colour that is elegant, relaxing. It doesn’t jar and just goes with anything.
Date published: 2022-10-11