Paint Colour Of The Week – Incarnadine

Our paint colour of the week is Incarnadine. It’s richest crimson originally takes its name from Latin, but is now a much-used term for crimsons and reds. Similar to the deep glossy red used by David Hicks at Barons Court in the 1970s, Incarnadine is unashamedly classic and glamorous. It can…

Our richest crimson originally takes its name from Latin, but is now a much used term for crimsons and reds. Similar to the deep glossy red used by David Hicks at Barons Court in the 1970s, Incarnadine is unashamedly classic and glamorous. It can be used to sumptuous effect in halls when offset with Tanner’s Brown on woodwork, or feel more edgy and graphic when paired with a bright white. 

Colour Of The Week – French Gray By Farrow & Ball

French Gray is really much more green than grey, but characterfully flits between the two depending on the light and time of day. Taking inspiration from French decoration and wallpapers used in the 19th century, it creates the most relaxed of rooms. This soothing hue is perfect for exterior woodwork…

French Gray is really much more green than grey, but characterfully flits between the two depending on the light and time of day. Taking inspiration from French decoration and wallpapers used in the 19th century, it creates the most relaxed of rooms. This soothing hue is perfect for exterior woodwork and a particular favourite for front doors in our matt Exterior Eggshell, or garden furniture where it sits seamlessly amongst the greenery. 

Colour Of The Week – Dead Salmon By Farrow & Ball

Image Source A subtle shade whose name refers to the flat or ‘dead’ finish of an aged pink painted at Kedleston Hall in 1805, Dead Salmon has a magical quality to it as everyone sees it differently. Be it a strong mushroom steeped in history, or a warming buff neutral,…

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Farrow&Ball Incarnadine
Farrow&Ball French Gray
Blissful Blue – Dulux Flat Matt Paint Colours 2.5L
Farrow&Ball Dead Salmon
Farrow & Ball – Dix Blue
Farrow & Ball – Charlotte’s Locks
Farrow & Ball – Breakfast Room Green
Farrow & Ball Brinjal
Farrow & Ball Railings
Farrow & Ball Strong White
Farrow&Ball Charleston Gray
Farrow&Ball Cinder Rose
Farrow & Ball St Giles Blue
Farrow&Ball Elephant’s Breath
Farrow&Ball Dove Tale
Birds of Paradise Wallpaper
Farrow & Ball Black Blue
Farrow & Ball Brassica
Farrow & Ball Green Blue
Farrow & Ball Stiffkey Blue
Farrow & Ball Pigeon
Farrow & Ball – Green Smoke

Colour Of The Week – Dix Blue By Farrow & Ball

Image Source This vintage blue takes its name from one of the first Farrow & Ball stockists based in East Anglia. Like many of our blues, Dix Blue has a large dose of green included in it, making it both warm and easy to live with. A touch of black…

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Farrow&Ball Incarnadine
Farrow&Ball French Gray
Blissful Blue – Dulux Flat Matt Paint Colours 2.5L
Farrow&Ball Dead Salmon
Farrow & Ball – Dix Blue
Farrow & Ball – Charlotte’s Locks
Farrow & Ball – Breakfast Room Green
Farrow & Ball Brinjal
Farrow & Ball Railings
Farrow & Ball Strong White
Farrow&Ball Charleston Gray
Farrow&Ball Cinder Rose
Farrow & Ball St Giles Blue
Farrow&Ball Elephant’s Breath
Farrow&Ball Dove Tale
Birds of Paradise Wallpaper
Farrow & Ball Black Blue
Farrow & Ball Brassica
Farrow & Ball Green Blue
Farrow & Ball Stiffkey Blue
Farrow & Ball Pigeon
Farrow & Ball – Green Smoke

Paint Colour Of The Week – Churlish Green By Farrow & Ball

Image Source Churlish Green is our paint colour of the week. It takes its name from the old English definition relating to simple peasant life. With its highly pigmented yellow base, this mid green creates a totally unique look which makes it a statement colour when contrasted with shades as…

Churlish Green is our paint colour of the week. It takes its name from the old English definition relating to simple peasant life.

Paint Colour Of The Week – Charlottes Locks By Farrow & Ball

Image Source Our paint colour of the week this week is Charlotte’s Locks. It takes its inspiration from the flame red hair of our Head of Creative and brings a playful late 1970s look. This deep and dramatic orange is particularly spectacular when used in small areas with a sharp…

Our paint colour of the week this week is Charlotte's Locks. It takes its inspiration from the flame red hair of our Head of Creative and brings a playful late 1970s look. This deep and dramatic orange is particularly spectacular when used in small areas with a sharp contrast either in All White or Black Blue - for the very brave, do try in Full Gloss!

Paint Colour Of The Week – Breakfast Room Green

Image Source Our paint colour of the week is Breakfast Room Green. It is the most cheerful of all our greens, remaining lively in both bright sunlight or softer candlelight. Named after the usually east facing rooms designed for eating the first meal of the day, it is particularly beautiful…