INTRODUCING FARROW & BALL’S NEW 2016 COLOUR COLLECTION
As I said in my last blog, I was lucky enough to get a VIP seat at Farrow & Ball’s colour workshop last week, hosted by the luxury interiors brand, OKA. So today is my chance to share the latest on their nine gorgeous new colours.
A bit about the brand…
Farrow & Ball was founded in the 1940s in Dorset, where their main workshop is still located today. Like Hoover is to the vacuum world, so Farrow & Ball is to the interiors world. It is a brand which is synonymous with ‘paint’, and it is loved the world over as a sophisticated and up-market brand. Farrow & Ball pride themselves on the quality of their product, never compromising and using only the finest ingredients with rich pigments. They have good eco credentials too, producing low odour and environmentally friendly paints with low or minimal VOCs.
But, the bit you’re all waiting for, of course, are the colours themselves. There are nine new additions to the carefully curated palette, and all of the colours work in harmony together.
The neutrals first: Shadow White No 282, Cromarty No 285, Drop Cloth No 283 and the palest of pinks, Peignoir No 286:
Next come the darker neutrals: Salon Drab No 290 and Worsted No 284:
And finally the greens and blues of Vardo No 288, Yeabridge Green No 287 and Inchyra Blue No 289:
I can’t wait to see how you are going to use these colours- share your pics 🙂