Elephant’s Breath Farrow And Ball
Elephant’s Breath by Farrow and Ball
Isn’t this Farrow and Ball paint colour gorgeous?! Let’s dive in to find out more about it and if it’s the right hue for you.
In this colour review video of Elephant’s Breath by Farrow And Ball, I share:
- The undertone of my featured colour
- Colour comparisons in order to easily see the different colour tones
- Best white paint colours for the trim and ceilings
- Beautiful colour combinations to inspire you for your decorating project
I’m a Certified True Colour Expert and an award-winning interior design professional having worked with many homeowners on various design projects. I want to give you the confidence to make educated decisions about your own paint choices. Let’s do this!
Watch the video below of my Elephant’s Breath Colour Review
As a reference point, let’s start off by taking a look below at this clients living room we designed. It’s painted Shale by Benjamin Moore.
Although Shale has slightly less intensity than Elephant’s Breath, it is quite comparable .
Below is a Farrow and Ball image with Elephant’s Breath on the bathroom walls.
Elephant’s Breath is described by Farrow & Ball as a warm mid-gray with a hint of magenta, but can also look lilac depending on the light.
Colour Comparisons: Joa’s White & Pavillion Gray
Best Whites To Pair With Elephant’s Breath
Pointing White By Farrow And Ball
School house By Farrow And Ball
All White By Farrow And Ball
Fabulous Colour Combinations with Elephant’s Breath
Conforth White, Blue Gray, and Brinjal
Charleston Gray, Mohogany and Brinjal
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All of these colour combinations with Elephant’s Breath are listed in my Essential Colour Guide. There are even two more colours in each, for a total of ten options to pair with Elephant’s Breath.
Which room would be your favourite to use Elephant’s Breath? Comment below, I always love hearing from you!
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