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Wickes launches week-long promotion on grey paint

Published: 4 July 2019 - Fiona Garcia
 

Wickes has slashed the price of seven of its best-selling paint shades for just one week, dubbing the promotion ‘seven shades of grey for seven days’.

With grey still considered very much on trend and a popular choice with consumers, Wickes has cut the prices on certain shades from £12 to £7 for 2.5 litres, with the deal running online and instore from July 4 until July 10.

The seven shades included in the promotion are: Slate, Powder Grey, Pewter, City Statement, Chalk White, Falling Feather and Victorian White

Commenting on the promotion, Wickes said: “Due to their versatile nature, grey and neutral interiors have been growing in popularity, with soft, muted shades helping to create a calming space to unwind and escape from the stress of modern life. Grey is fast becoming the ‘new magnolia’ and is now the go-to colour for the home thanks to a variety of colourways, creating a fresh and elegant feel.”

 

 

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