The bathroom of the on-trend designer Abigail Ahern's has had two distinct paint looks, which perfectly demonstrate her journey to the Dark Side of paint colours. Have a look and see which bathroom paint you prefer.

Abigail Ahern bathroom paint Dulux Dusted Moss
Abigail Ahern bathroom paint in Dulux Dusted Moss

1) The first paint to grace Abigail Ahern's bathroom walls is Dulux Dusted Moss (1 - the deepest of the four available saturations) with a crisp white ceiling. 

Dulux Dusted Moss Abigail Ahern bathroom paint
Dulux Dusted Moss 4: Abigail Ahern bathroom paint 

Dulux Dusted Moss was one of Relics of Witney's colour choices for their post on The Best Grey Paints. Isn't that grey green paint colour delicious?

Abigail Ahern bathroom paint Dulux Dusted Moss
Abigail Ahern bathroom paint: Dulux Dusted Moss

2) Look number two is very different. Abigail Ahern went on to paint her bathroom with Farrow and Ball London Clay, a sludgy, warm deepest greige. The soft hint of pink in the London Clay paint would work really well as a darker foil to Farrow and Ball Elephant's Breath.

Abigail Ahern bathroom paint: Farrow and Ball London Clay
Abigail Ahern bathroom paint: Farrow and Ball London Clay

What makes the most enormous difference is that Abigail Ahern has used Farrow and Ball London Clay paint on the bathroom ceiling too, giving the rather lovely feeling of a cocoon.

Abigail Ahern bathroom paint: Farrow and Ball London Clay
Abigail Ahern bathroom paint: Farrow and Ball London Clay

Now, and I say this rather coyly, as Abigail has certainly earned her design-stripes with her bold take on colour, I *whispers* prefer the look of the Dulux Dusted Moss version.

Farrow and Ball London Clay
Farrow and Ball London Clay

What about you? Are you a calm and serene Dulux Dusted Moss fan, or a cheerleader for the warm haven Farrow and Ball London Clay paint provides in Abigail Ahern's bathroom?


Images via Abigail Ahern, except image 4 from Interiorator

 
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