CROMARTY by Farrow & Ball. Inspired by sea mist and named after the Cromarty Firth estuary, a place of swirling mists mentioned daily in The Shipping Forecast, which is in itself part of the fabric of British coastal life.
For a relaxed and versatile scheme, Purbeck Stone is a stronger neutral - neither too gray to be edgy and uncomfortable, nor too creamy to feel out of date. Combine with two lighter shades, Ammonite and Cornforth White, to create a colour combination that appears to come straight from the very fibre of the natural world.
THE paint color!!!! http://us.farrow-ball.com/colours/paint/fcp-category/list?resetFilters=true @Lindsay Balazer- check out these colors: Pointing, Dimity, Joa's White, Archive, Oval Room Blue, Blue Gray, Mizzle, Skylight, Parma Gray Lulworth Blue Love this color for my kitchen