As you'll notice in the photos, depending on the light it definitely throws different tones. Under a brilliant white/blue white the room looks a lot more grey but with a warm light it looks much more beige/yellow. In direct sunlight the rooms look cream, in indirect sunlight they look more like off-white.
All in all I'm happy with the colour, it's a warm neutral that contrasts well with the white (our trim/doors will also be white) but doesn't look too harsh with a black or cool grey. The colour went on over the last weekend of July (26-27th) by which point we'd owned the house for almost 3 months.
|Bed 3 in direct sunlight (looks a bit beige)|
|Bed 3 with indirect natural light (more like the 'real' colour)|
|Bed 3 again in natural indirect light|
|Bed 3 again with direct light (slight more grey)|
|Main bedroom (throwing more of the green/grey)|
|Another of the main bedroom|
|Living area in direct light (looks more yellow)|
|Living again from a different angle (less yellow) with a pop up appearance from my Mum and neice|