WHY IS IT SO HARD TO FIND THAT COLOR YOU CAN SEE IN YOUR HEAD?
and when you think you have it.... and it looks good on the paint chip
why does it disappear when you paint it on your wall?
I have given up trying to find a gray with a turquoise undertone. The grays with blue undertones looking too baby-boy blue for my taste. The ones with green undertones look too light olive green for my tastes. I've tried the 'greiges and have the same problem. Any suggestions? I'm getting poor just from excessive quart-test size purchases. :(
By turquoise undertone, I assuming you mean a blue green undertone. Don't give up Gwen, the color is out there. I am a particular fan of the blue green grays - I have a few favorites...
|Benjamin Moore GRAY OWL|
|Sherwin Williams COMFORT GRAY|
I have heard the same said of Comfort Gray by Sherwin Williams (I haven't used this personally)
Centsational Girl came up with this genius hue by mixing Benjamin Moore CAMOUFLAGE with Benjamin Moore MISTED GREEN - 50/50 MIX.
|Sherwin Williams SEA SALT|
|Sherwin Williams HALCYON GREEN|
|Sherwin Williams LATTICE|
Softer and more subtle - Sherwin Williams LATTICE.
|Benjamin Moore WEDGEWOOD GRAY|
|Sherwin Williams UNDERSEAS|
Deeper tones if your room can handle them... Sherwin Williams UNDERSEAS.
Try some samples first. Always, Always try samples first. And GOOD LUCK!