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All colours, all finishes, available today.

About Farrow & Ball
Farrow & Ball creates richly pigmented paint colours in an eco-friendly water base, helping you to colour your home beautifully, effortlessly, and sustainably. At the brand’s home in Dorset, the finest responsibly sourced ingredients and 75 years of colour expertise go into every tin.

About In-Can Tinting
In-can tinting allows us to create authentic Farrow & Ball paint in any combination of colour and finish you might need.* The paint bases we use are made at the Farrow & Ball factory in Dorset, England, using exactly the same balance of high-quality ingredients as ready-mixed Farrow & Ball paints. These are then blended in-store to order with a precise balance of pigments, which follow brand-secret recipes to create consistently beautiful colours every time.

*Excludes specialist finishes Limewash and Soft Distemper.

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Goodbye Grey


As we roll into 2021, we are saying goodbye to cool tones and hello to warm, earthy hues. These nature-inspired colours tend to be quite versatile, working well in both modern and traditional settings.

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As we are spending more time than ever in our homes, it has never been more key to create a restful living space. These warm, earth shades can bring an instant sense of coziness – a shift away from the previously popular cooler greys.

Emphasize depth and tactility by layering tone-on-tone and monochromatic hues, pair this with deep pile textures to present a harmonious and soothing space.

Wools, boucle, mohair and sheepskin used in nature-inspired colours, will create a more intimate space. Drawing inspiration from the outdoors will never fail to make an interior feel homey.

You might be wondering what falls into the earth tone category. Chocolate browns, moss greens, taupes, murky mustards and plaster-like pinks build the colour palette for a relazing yet luxurious atmosphere.

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Accessorize with metallic details to add an element of opulence. Bronze, coppers & golds are proving more popular as we see a definite shift from the cooler stainless steels and chrome.

Check out how to recreate this look by clicking the photo above!