Dulux Goose Down is one of the popular grey shades Dulux brought out in 2016. In the last few years, grey and off-white shades have become a common sight in home and offices the length and breadth of the UK, especially as more people prefer satin and eggshell on their walls rather than high gloss paints.
Goose Down is ideal if you want to revive your walls and provide calm colours. The Paint Shed offers this Dulux shade in a wide variety of paint styles for use on interiors and exteriors. Shop the range and find the right type of paint for your home today.
Dulux Goose Down
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Tips & Advice for Using Dulux Goose Down
Dulux has described Goose Down as a “softer shade of grey”, and we couldn’t agree more. Sometimes it can be hard to find the right balance between a nice off-white for the home and ending up with a grey that would look better placed on a chalkboard.
Dulux Goose Down sits right on the lighter end of the greyscale. When using the likes of the eggshell or satinwood indoors, you’ll find Goose Down will lift a room during the daytime when natural light is pouring in, and give a cosier feeling in the evenings when grey can come out a little more.
This grey also works wells in corridors and busy public-facing areas. We recommend getting the Goose Down Dulux Trade Scuff Shield Matt finish if you want this shade in an area you know you’ll have to wipe down and wash from time to time. For anyone who wants Duck Goose on their doors or window frames on the outside of the home, Dulux Weathershield Gloss is going to give you a tough finish which will last for years.
Shopping with The Paint Shed
If you need help finding the right shade of grey for a surface, our paint colour finder tool will make it a doddle. As long as you know where the paint is going and what type of finish you want on the wall, we’ll show you all the grey and off-white paints currently in stock.
And if you’re painting a specific surface for the first time, and want to make sure you do it right, visit our advice section for helpful articles.