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Avalon Mist

October 9, 2019

“Avalon Mist” was named after the legendary island of King Arthur lore because it’s a most mysterious color. It’s one of my complex neutrals that can’t really be defined in a color category. It’s so chameleon-like it constantly changes with the light and when you put two samples of “Avalon Mist” side by side, they look like two different colors! If you’d like to see a hand-painted sample, visit my Online Store where you can order free hand-painted cuttings, larger hand-painted samples and sample jars.

“Avalon Mist” on the walls and ceiling of this hallway with “White Opal” trim.
“Avalon Mist” walls with “Silk Road Plum” accent wall.
“Avalon Mist” walls in the same home from the same gallons used to paint the Powder Room in the photo above!

So as you can see, Avalon Mist is very mysterious–definitely not dull! The image below is a screenshot showing where to order free hand-painted cuttings.

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