New Farrow & Ball
It has been four years since Farrow & Ball launched any new paint colours - we now have 11 of them. Released September 2022 this new palette ranges from an earthy neutral to charming pinks, garden like greens, laid-back blues, and even an invigorating red. Their goal has been to add in colours that are confident, comfortable, refreshing, and relaxing - colours to live with.
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This denim-tinted blue is a lighter, less grey version of De Nimes. It’s good in low-light spaces, creating a familiar and friendly atmosphere, making it perfect for rooms you spend time in, in the evening. Selvedge pairs beautifully with accents of darker colours like Inchyra Blue or Hopper Head.
If you love Railings & Down Pipe you will adore this latest addition. A colour inspired by the iron containers used to catch rainwater at the top of a downpipe. Ideal for creating inviting spaces, Hopper Head works beautifully with nearly any Farrow & Ball shade, or "colour drench" for a dramatic look.
This mid to dark forest green, is a clean and uncomplicated colour – a green that has been missing from Farrow & Ball’s collection. A dependable colour, with the ability to feel even greener in bright daylight or more conservative in lower light. A wonderful shade to use in any home.
This very light and delicate pink is the colour of sewing tack used in Haute Couture ateliers. It may be delicate but it’s strong in character and has enough colour contrast with white. Perfect paired with vintage finds or industrial accents, this shade works well in both traditional and modern schemes.
A soft pale green named after the circular currents enjoyed by swimmers in lakes and oceans. Eddy creates a seamless connection with nature - an ideal choice for calm, relaxing spaces. It is delicate in tone without crossing into pastel and sits at the lightest end of the French Gray and Treron family.
A historic-feeling pink originally developed for the dining room at London’s Templeton House to offset the Wedgwood plaques. A more intense version of Setting Plaster and Pink Ground, it creates a warm, welcoming space, particularly in low light where this shade becomes surprisingly deep.
Papery winged seeds falling from maple trees are the inspiration for this lively and playful green. A lighter version of Breakfast Room Green, use it if you are looking for an upbeat feel to a space. An invigorating colour that can easily be used in both contemporary and traditional settings.
A clean, cool blue sitting between Parma Gray and Lulworth Blue but with a touch more black pigment creating a warmer, more relaxed feel. This shade is perfect for living spaces, staying truly blue in all lights. It complements stainless steel especially well, so is ideal for contemporary kitchens.
A fun name for this flame-red, spicy hue comes from the deceitful traits of pirates. This invigorating terracotta red is perfect to add joy and spirit to your room scheme. It will hold its own in any light and pairs brilliantly with other strong colours, like Beverly and Wine Dark, featured below.
Inspired by midnight skies Wine Dark becomes Farrow & Ball's richest blue. It’s a fabulous addition to the strong blue family, being more sophisticated than Stiffkey Blue and more upbeat than Hague Blue. In low-light, Wine Dark is particularly glamorous in candlelight and cosy spaces.
This warm, light oatmeal neutral has a subtle grey tone. It is reminiscent in colour of porridge. An earthy tone with just a hint of underlying grey, it’s perfect for creating a relaxed feel, which will never be too cold. Try pairing it with Jitney and natural fabrics for a laidback look.