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Green Smoke by Farrow & Ball. This shade was much used in the late 19th Century and gets its name from the nature of its uncertain smokey green blue colour. It has a weathered familiarity when used in exterior situations and is extremely easy on the eye, evoking calm and serenity when used inside. Dark Tones Undercoat.

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Great Greens

"Green is a soothing color. Traditionally, it's associated with healing. This is a sage green that stays muted, even with the sun on it (Benjamin Moore Creekside Green). It makes me feel relaxed. It's not a color that is shouting to be noticed. It's calm and comfortable." -Amelia T. Handegan

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