Warm Grays: often seen in Parisian homes - Elephant’s Breath 229 Farrow & Ball. OR substitute Benjamin Moore Cedar Key 982; Benjamin Moore Smokey Taupe 983; Benjamin Moore Litchfield gray HC-78; Benjamin Moore Desert Light 1004.

Warm Grays: often seen in Parisian homes - Elephant’s Breath 229 Farrow & Ball. OR substitute Benjamin Moore Cedar Key 982; Benjamin Moore Smokey Taupe 983; Benjamin Moore Litchfield gray HC-78; Benjamin Moore Desert Light 1004.

Farrow & Ball Elephant's Breath combines in a fantastic way with white trim and white furnishings.

Farrow & Ball Elephant's Breath combines in a fantastic way with white trim and white furnishings.

1.  Charleston Gray 2.  Lamp Room Gray 3.  Ammonite 4.  Purbeck Stone 5.  Mole's Breath 6.  Elephant's Breath 7.  Manor House Gray 8.  Skimming Stone 9.  Hardwick White

1. Charleston Gray 2. Lamp Room Gray 3. Ammonite 4. Purbeck Stone 5. Mole's Breath 6. Elephant's Breath 7. Manor House Gray 8. Skimming Stone 9. Hardwick White

Farrow & Ball - Elephant's Breath  An intepretation of this famously named colour by John Fowler. Use as a colour in its own right, or as part of a 'stone' scheme. Mid Tones Undercoat

Farrow & Ball - Elephant's Breath An intepretation of this famously named colour by John Fowler. Use as a colour in its own right, or as part of a 'stone' scheme. Mid Tones Undercoat

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