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I am having a master bath and bedroom repainted. The rooms have southern exposure and bath has skylight. Floor Tile and counter tops are beige. I want a very cool light grey by Benjamin Moore. Grey tint or grey owl perhaps? Any suggestions? Something with beige undertone? I want to stay away from blue.

I used Grey cloud in a family room and it looked too blue.

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We are planning to paint our interior and need help choosing colours. I love the greige look (Benjamin Moore revere, etc) but we have mahogany wood trim which my husband refuses to paint. Help! Can a greige be used with the wood trim?

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I love purplish gray, and bluish grey

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