Every so often, a paint color comes along that is so close to perfect, it becomes a designer classic. Farrow & Ball has been known to produce such shades – Hague Blue and Elephant’s Breath to name a few – and if we’re lucky enough, there’s one or two more in their nine new paint colors that launch today. Ranging from muddy neutrals to dusky pastels and deep, evocative hues, each shade exhibits the depth and personality typical of Farrow & Ball’s paints. Click through to see the British brand’s stunning new colors.
Named after traditional Gypsy wagons in the early 19th century, this striking teal shade was produced with the same expert craftsmanship as its namesake. The color pairs well with reds or dark greys.
Products: Walls, Farrow & Ball Vardo; Woodwork, Farrow & Ball Shadow White
This neutral is on the lighter side, offering a warm off-white that feels fresh but not stark.
Products: Walls, Farrow & Ball Shadow White; Woodwork, Farrow & Ball Manor House Gray
A slightly darker alternative to Shadow White, this trad neutral is multi-dimensional.
Products: Walls, Farrow & Ball Drop Cloth; Woodwork, Farrow & Ball Shadow White; Floor, Farrow & Ball Manor House Gray
Inspired by the chiffon gowns that Victorian ladies wore in their boudoirs, this gorgeous grey pink is romantic without being too sweet.
Products: Ceiling and walls, Farrow & Ball Peignoir; Woodwork, Farrow & Ball Worsted
This tinted neutral mimics the look of mist from the sea, offering a soothing blanket of softness to any space.
Products: Walls, Farrow & Ball Cromarty; Door, Farrow & Ball Peignoir
Discovered in the kitchen of a Georgian farmhouse in Somerset during a renovation, this vintage shade is having a moment.
Products: Walls and woodwork, Farrow & Ball Yeabridge Green
Named after the small Scottish settlement of Inchyra, the aged blue grey shade was first used in houses there to play off moody Scottish skies. The deep indigo hue is reminiscent of twilight.
Products: Walls, Farrow & Ball Inchyra Blue; Woodwork, Farrow & Ball Worsted
This “drab” hue typical of the 19th century is all at once dark, warm and inviting.
Products: Ceiling and floor, Farrow & Ball Plummett; Walls, Farrow & Ball Salon Drab; Woodwork, Farrow & Ball Yeabridge Green
Joining Farrow & Ball’s group of easy greys, this smoky shade is not too light and not too dark.
Products: Walls, Farrow & Ball Worsted; Woodwork, Farrow & Ball Shadow White
Author: Adena Leigh
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