Farrow and Ball New Colours for 2016
In the canvas of our homes, the walls serve as the backdrop to the stories of our lives, the silent narrators of our daily experiences. Selecting the perfect color for these surfaces is more than just choosing a hue; it's a journey into personal expression, mood creation, and aesthetic harmony.
Whether you're embarking on a full-blown home makeover or a subtle refresh, the quest for the ideal wall color is a crucial chapter in the book of interior design.
Join us on a visual voyage as we explore the art and science behind finding the perfect color for your home's walls. From understanding the psychology of colors to decoding the impact of natural light, we unravel the mysteries that transform mere walls into the vibrant, comforting, or chic canvases of our imagination.
Discover the power of color and embark on a transformative experience that will breathe new life into your living spaces.
About Farrow and Ball
Farrow & Ball is a British company renowned for its high-quality paint and wallpaper products. Established in 1946 by John Farrow and Richard Ball, the company has built a reputation for producing distinctive and luxurious paint colors.
Farrow & Ball is well-known for its traditional approach to paint manufacturing, using high levels of pigments and rich resins to create unique, complex hues that react beautifully to light.
The company's paint and wallpaper collections often reflect a timeless and sophisticated aesthetic, and they are favored by homeowners, interior designers, and decorators looking for distinctive and high-end finishes.
Farrow & Ball products are known for their depth of color, durability, and environmentally friendly formulations, making them a popular choice in the realm of interior design and home decor.
The company that gave us Dead Salmon, and Mole's Breath has launched not one but 9 new colours. So let's have a look.
New Farrow and Ball Colour for 2016
Inchyra Blue | Shadow White | Peignoir | Drop Cloth | Vardo | Salon Drab | Yeabridge Green
As expected, each colour has its own little story to tell, so don't try and put these in a box as Farrow and Ball advises. They are all introduced by Joa Studholme, the brand's International Colour Consultant.
My favourite? See it below. What about yours?