This sophisticated aubergine hue is often used as a feature wall to enhance a neutral colour scheme or as an accent on the underside of a bath or kitchen island. It is also an on-trend colour for a living room, creating a warm and highly sophisticated finish when used on all walls.
TIP: For best results, pair with Farrow&Ball’s Red & Warm Tones Primer & Undercoat.
Brinjal works well as an accent in a neutral-based colour scheme.
The pink undertones of slippery satin work particularly well with Brinjal No. 222, complemanting one another.
If you’re looking to get the most of Brinjal and the ever so popular moody decor, try pairing it up with Railings No. 31.
We have gathered the most repinned Brinjal No. 222 images on Pinterest to inspire you to use this bold colour in your home.