The Old Rented Cottage eclectic-nursery
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The Old Rented Cottage Eclectic Nursery, Perth

Heather Robbins of Red Images Fine Photography
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http://www.twinkleandwhistle.com
Large eclectic gender-neutral nursery in Perth with grey walls, dark hardwood floors and brown floor. — Houzz

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Tara Henrys wrote:
I love the wall colour, what is it called? - I'm having trouble deciding on a wall colour for a living room with jarrah floors. We need to make a decision soon and are yet to find a compromise! I don't like yellow tones and prefer cooler colours whereas he doesn't like white and keeps suggesting browns. This might be a good meet-in-the-middle?! Thanks :)
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Twinkle and Whistle
Hi Tara,

Thanks for your message.

The above colour is Dulux "Still". It is a green with a grey base, which makes it very soft and pleasant. It works well with many other colours too, which makes it "easy" to decorate with. Depending on how much natural light your room gets, you might want to try it in half strength and full strength.

I hope this helps.

All the best :)

Nelly / Twinkle and Whistle
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