The perfect colour for your rooms is the Pantone 7545.
When you go to the dye shop, give to the technician this colour reference -every respectable dye shop owns the Pantone color palette -. Always verify that the reference number matches the selected tint.
If you decide to use the skills of a professional painter, you could refer to him the Pantone code or the corresponding NCS reference number.
To avoid unclaimed surprises when the job is done, just ask before for a little sample of the selected tint and apply a small amount on the wall you planned to paint. Our suggestion is to apply the colour only in some key walls and corners of the house.
Another solution is to choose a similar colour from a specialised dye factory ( Ex. Farrow and Ball – http://eu.farrow-ball.com/) On this website you can also find help on how to better match the selected color with other tints made in the factory.
Maybe the tints is not exactly the same but we think this samples could be a good compromise. We refer to Oval Room Blue© or Stone Blue©
Check out the Farrow and Ball catalog for the grays and whites too! You’ll will find out that when talking of white color regarding wall paint and varnish there’s an entire world behind, hidden between a minuscule degree of color grading.
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