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FARROW & BALL | Nine New Colors!

Farrow & Ball Reveal Nine Lucky New Colors!

Farrow and Ball is a company with a long history. Founded in 1946, the paint continues to be made in a factory in Dorset, England by the finest craftsmen and women, with the finest ingredients. This week, in honor of it’s 70 years in business, F&B has revealed nine exciting new colors. It’s a pretty big deal when F&B makes a change to it’s carefully edited range of 132 colors, these lucky colors have been three years in the making!  

All lovely and livable and each on it’s way to becoming a Farrow and Ball classic. Here is the first look!

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Inchyra Blue No.289

The saturation of color in a gray, greenish blue is a perfect addition to the F&B color range. An excellent choice when Hague Blue is too intense.


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Peignoir No.286

Crazy about this incredibly soft pink gray. What a lovely way to add a bit of color perfectly complimenting our grays and still remains neutral. In love!

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Salon Drab No. 290

Farrow and Ball wanted this color have a mid 19th century authenticity to it, but they also likes the versatility of it in modern homes for those looking for just the right chocolate brown.

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Yeabridge Green No.286

Farrow and Ball describes Yeabridge green as the cleanest and least complicated shade of the F&B greens. Filling a much needed gap.

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Vardo No. 288

Farrow & Ball describe’s Vardo as “a color full of life and joy.”

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Shadow White No.282

Shadow White is a lighter version of the popular Shaded White, without the yellow overtones of Slipper Satin. This is sure to be a go-to neutral!

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Drop Cloth No.283

The color of a painter’s drop cloth. “It’s a nod to all those loyal painters who have flown the Farrow & Ball flag for so long.” Another neutral, a bit deeper than Shadow White, and a perfect compliment.

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Cromarty No. 285

A minty blue, described by F&B as not to blue and not too gray. Inspired by the swirling mists and seas of Scotland. Sits well with Pigeon and Mizzle.

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Worsted No. 284

A great stone gray color, lighter than Mole’s Breath.

Be sure to stop by Palette and see the colors first hand and pick up a free F&B Color Card or order HERE ONLINE!

Farrow & Ball’s talented International Color Consultant, Joa Studholme discusses the new colors in the most inspiring way! WATCH NOW

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