January 11, 2016

How Farrow & Ball Brings Tradition Into Today

A new year always brings new beginnings. For British paint manufacturer Farrow & Ball, this year means introducing a fresh palette of 9 exquisite hues skillfully crafted through the brand’s distinguished eco-friendly production techniques. This unmatchable new selection of water-based, zero VOC paints is guaranteed to deliver Farrow & Ball’s signature depth of colour, with unrivalled élan and richness.

Developed with the designer in mind, Farrow & Ball’s updated palette of 132 distinctive colors provides a full range of interior, exterior, modern, and traditional paint finishes with the goal of making your specification process easier. High levels of pigment, rich resin binders, and refractory qualities of key ingredients all collaborate to produce eye-catching pops of color that designers leverage to define spaces worldwide.

Farrow & Ball’s Expanded Palette


– 9 new hues
– 132 colors overall
– Soft neutrals and muted pastels
– Interior, exterior, modern, traditional finishes
– Age-old production methods
– Commitment to sustainability

Romanticize your space with the ethereal Peignoir, a delicate grey pink inspired by mid-century chiffon dressing gowns. Alternatively, evoke true craftsmanship with Drop Cloth, based on the muted beige of a painter’s dust sheet. Bring the ocean inside any interior with Cromarty, inspired by Scotland’s misty majestic seas. Each hue blends seamlessly with the brand’s extensive selection of contemporary neutrals while retaining their uniquely tactile texture.

With a selection of colors eco-friendly as they are exquisite, Farrow & Ball’s unwavering commitment to protecting the environment is evident in their elimination of solvents and emissions from the manufacturing process. Their selection of water-based paints contains low-VOCs that reduce odor and pollutants, making each space kinder for both people and the planet. Every little bit helps—with Farrow & Ball, green is guaranteed in every color.

Discover your ideal color scheme through Farrow & Ball.

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