Pavilion Gray is for people rebelling against years of taupe. It's a warm, pretty gray that you could pair with white for that Swedish look, or it could go more urban and industrial with inky black, marble, and stainless steel. It has a cleanness to it that most of the yellow-based neutrals don't have. It sharpens things up a bit." —SARAH COLE: FARROW & BALL PAVILION GRAY 242
"I'm probably going to go with a very pale gray for all the common area walls (I LOVE Benjamin Moore's Pale Oak), but I'm super-duper tempted by Farrow and Ball's Cabbage White. It's this really bright, clear greeny-bluey white. I think it would be so fresh!"
If you don’t want to go that dark then, Farrow & Ball suggest using colours with a yellow base which will make for a warmer grey. “Off-White No.3 is a versatile grey which takes on the properties of the colours around it. Shaded White No.201 is a more true grey and Elephant’s Breath No.229 has the most contemporary feel, with a purple undertone.”