Wall: Brassica No.271 | Ceiling & chair (left): Stone Blue No.86 | Door: Manor House Gray No.265 | Chair (right) & table: Cornforth White No.228 | Floor: Blackened No.2011
Now this is what I call a Tuesday afternoon treat - a divine selection of images detailing the new Farrow & Ball paint colours. Launched only today, the collection of nine new colours stays true to the Farrow & Ball tradition with their intriguing names and sources of inspiration. Charlotte's Locks No.268 (below) is a particular favourite of mine - it was widely used as an accent colour in the minimalist decoration of the 1950s and looks brilliantly bold against All White No.2005. I'm also drawn to the combination of Plummett No.272 and Arsenic No.214 in the home office - that mid-tone grey sure does add some drama! Anyway, take a peek and let me know which new colours you're liking.
Wall: Charlotte's Locks No.268 | Ceiling and woodwork: All White No.2005 | Chairs: Blazer No.212 | Chairs: Off-Black No.57 | Door: Babouche No.223
Wall and cabinet: Plummett No.272 | Ceiling: Arsenic No.214 | Table: Down Pipe No.26 | Chairs: Blackened No.2011
Wall: Calluna No.270 | Ceiling: Churlish Green No.251 | Door: Folly Green No.76 | Architrave: Cooking Apple Green No.32 | Left hand bed: Parma Gray No.27 | Right hand bed: Red Earth No.64
Doors: Dove Tale No.267 | Wall: Arsenic No.214 | Ceiling: Churlish Green No.251