Green Smoke by Farrow & Ball. This shade was much used in the late 19th Century and gets its name from the nature of its uncertain smokey green blue colour. It has a weathered familiarity when used in exterior situations and is extremely easy on the eye, evoking calm and serenity when used inside. Dark Tones Undercoat.
Inchyra Blue. This colour was first used at the classic Georgian Inchyra House to work with moody Scottish skies. Such is the magic of our colours, this aged blue grey, can read more grey, blue or even green depending on the light. A great alternative to charcoal, use it to inject a hint of colour into a super contemporary home, or create a moody feel by combining it with Black Blue or Vardo.
NEW COLOR Shadow White - Farrow & Ball Shadow White takes its name from the soft tone created when whites are used in shaded areas. For devotees of lighter neutrals on both walls and woodwork, this versatile and understated colour works in any style of home. It has none of the perceived yellow of Slipper Satin and is the perfect contrast to the slightly darker Shaded White.