Colour Of The Week – Book Room Red By Farrow & Ball

@sibylcolefax Book Room Red, the muddiest of our reds, is particularly suited to smaller spaces where the stronger Eating Room Red can be a little overwhelming. It takes its name from the reading rooms or small libraries favoured by the English aristocracy and creates an unapologetically aged feel. @Farrow&Ball @Farrow&Ball…

Book Room Red, the muddiest of our reds, is particularly suited to smaller spaces where the stronger Eating Room Red can be a little overwhelming.

Colour Of The Week – Cinder Rose By Farrow & Ball

Modern Country Style Cinder Rose has barely any of the yellow pigment found in most pinks, making it feel bluer and more romantic. Taking its name from the prettiest of traditional roses, it is the perfect colour for creating a dusky feel in a bedroom, but is also much favoured…

Cinder Rose has barely any of the yellow pigment found in most pinks, making it feel bluer and more romantic. Taking its name from the prettiest of traditional roses, it is the perfect colour for creating a dusky feel in a bedroom, but is also much favoured in garden rooms when paired with complementary Skimming Stone. To enhance its softness, try using Great White on your woodwork.