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The Versatility of Farrow & Ball

The Versatility of Farrow & Ball

Left: Drop Cloth No.283 | Right: French Gray No.18 | All Photography Credited to Chris Mottalini

What style springs to mind when you hear Farrow & Ball? For some, visions of neutral minimalism appear, others picture deep blues with inviting richness and many see the vibrant pattern and color of the recent Carte Blanche capsule collection. That’s the beauty of creating a range of colors that effortlessly combine to complement spaces of every style, size and shape. And one design studio in Oregon has truly put this versatility to the test.

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Ceiling and Trim: Shaded White No.201 | Walls: Wevet No.273

Light and Dwell is an interior design studio in Corvallis, Oregon, an area of breathtaking natural beauty. Co-founded by Aymee Kuhlman and Molly Kidd, the studio creates spaces that are timeless and elevated but, at the same time, whole-heartedly feel like home. Their design approach is based on six unique styles: Cottage Tudor, Mountain Ranch, European, Earthy Organic, Modern and Traditional. And they use Farrow & Ball to achieve each and every one.

Here are seven Farrow & Ball shades they particularly adore for their versatility, depth and feel:

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