Posh Paint Brand Has Shoppers At War Over What 'Blue Gray' Shade Actually Is
People love a good debate, and nowhere is this truer than on the internet.
On the internet, everything is up for debate, whether you care or not. This applies to rabbits that are actually ravens , as well as meatier issues, like Boris Johnson getting to shut down Parliament for a month .
It also applies to paint. Not just any paint - but super luxe brand Farrow & Ball, where 2.5 litres will set you back the best part of £50.
Despite the inclusion of a cute Mini Bernedoodle Tusker, Farrow & Ball's description of the 'relaxed shade' as '#BlueGray' drew ridicule.
As one user said: "It's green babes".
She wasn't alone. Another added: "I'm seeing a sage green colour." and another agreed simply with, "It's green".
Others decided to add a little more detail and name it 'National Trust Green' which we actually really like.
A sample pot of the divisive paint retails for £4.50 on the Farrow & Ball website.
The description reads: "With its subtle mix of blue, green and black pigments, Blue Gray creates the most relaxed of rooms that feel as if they have always been there.
"It is a cooler, more weathered version of French Gray and has the same almost magical quality of gently shifting between blue and grey depending on the light and time of day."
Phew, that's cleared up then.