We’ve been good and waited but we can now reveal the nine fantastic new colours from Farrow and Ball!
Here they are – from the left: Mole’s Breath, Ammonite, Purbeck Stone, Yellowcake, Wevet, Stiffkey Blue, St Giles Blue, Nancy’s Blushes and framed in Dimpse.
There are some great additions to the current palette including five beautiful shades of grey, a really punchy yellow, a beautiful true pink, a strong warm blue and an exquisite deep dark blue which will be adorning the walls of Chateau Burren very shortly!
The walls of this room are in Wevet, which is a greyer, lighter version of the ever popular pointing and the woodwork is in Purbeck Stone
Glorious Stiffkey Blue, named after the colour of the mud found at Stiffkey beach in Norfolk
Walls here are in the classy Purbeck Stone which is a very usable warm grey and could be equally happy in a traditional or contemporary home. The chair is in Yellowcake which looks fabulous against all the greys in the new palette or can be used all by itself as shown below (sunglasses on).
This is an amazing colour and is as bright as they come – if you are fearless, use it everywhere, otherwise mix it with other colours and it will give you an accent to die for.
Showing off two of the new greys, this image shows the walls in Dimpse and the fire surround in Mole’s Breath, two truly beautiful new colours.
Wonderful St Giles Blue which is a rich warm blue with real depth of colour.
Bringing out a feminine side in all of us, lovely Nancy’s Blushes can be used to create a retro vintage feel but also works really well used in very grown up schemes – we know, we’ve been experimenting!
And finally, Ammonite which is a beautiful warm light grey, really classy and ethereal and looks amazing against this deep red carpet.
That’s your lot, the tester pots are available from today – go, go, go!
Farrow and Ball’s new colours revealed!
September 9, 2013 by Cate Burren