NEW FARROW & BALL COLOR This color brings to mind city suits made from the flat woven fabric Worsted, so named after the Norfolk village where the yarn was originally woven. For devotees of our Easy Neutrals family, this is stronger in tone than its counterpart Purbeck Stone but lighter than Mole's Breath. It's the perfect background to make clean accent colors pop.
NEW FARROW & BALL COLOR This color was first used at the classic Georgian Inchyra House to work with moody Scottish skies. It can be found on the exterior doors of their very impressive barn which nestle at the bottom of a rather gray and imposing hill, so the color needed to have depth and work sympathetically with the dramatic natural backdrop.
FARROW & BALL NEW COLOR A Vardo is a traditional horse-drawn gypsy or Romany wagon. A similar color was used in the intricate patterning of these vehicles (usually over red) which is seen as an important cultural high point in decoration. This rich teal is so full of life and joy it seemed natural to name it after something renowned for its flamboyant color. This color works well with reds or dark grays.
Colour varies according to light and depending on which direction your room is facing, colours can appear quite different. The light in east facing rooms can appear to be a little blue so it is best to work with this and choose greens or blues. To create as much light as possible but still retain some warmth, look at pale duck egg colours try Pale Powder No.204, which will really come alive in the morning sunlight.
NEW FARROW & BALL COLOR This color was found in an 18th-century Georgian Hamstone farmhouse in Yeabridge, Somerset, when the original gun cupboard was removed. Although untouched for many years, it was still astonishingly reminiscent of the lush grass that surrounds the house. This uncomplicated, fresh 'avocado' green works in contemporary settings as well as period properties. It has a little more yellow than Breakfast Room Green but a little less than Churlish Green. Use it with Stiffkey…