Farrow and Ball have always been one of our favourite paint companies and now there is 9 new paint colours to play with!
We are itching to get using them in our new schemes but in the meantime we have picked out our 3 favourites to share with you!

Sulking Room Pink.
Farrow & Ball say – Not to be seen as overtly pink, but rather a muted rose with enormous warmth, its powdery feel makes it incredibly soft and easy to use with complementary tones. Sulking Room Pink is evocative of the colours so often used in boudoirs, a room named after the French ‘bouder’ – to sulk – www.farrow-ball.com

Studio 73 Design Say – This colour is heavenly, it’s warm and sophisticated. We paired it with Farrow & Balls Green Smoke for an elegant earthy feel.

Sulking Room Pink No
Sulking Room Pink No

Treron
Farrow & Ball say – This enduring colour is a dark green version of Farrow & Ball classic Pigeon, hence being named after the green variety of the same species. Although traditional in feel, Treron is perfect for modern homes where lots of natural materials are used or as an accent for both French Gray and our Traditional Neutrals. – www.farrow-ball.com

Studio 73 Design say – We cant wait to use this beautiful green, it is the perfect shade to work in harmony with wooden floors and sisal rugs.

Treron No292 (modern)
Treron No292 (modern)

De Nimes
Farrow & Ball say – This quietly elegant blue feels wonderfully down to earth, so could be used on anything from a kitchen island to an airy drawing room. The exact shade is rooted in a regency palette but is inspired by the cloth of everyday workwear made in the French city Nîmes. Like denim, its blue hue is ultimately fashionable and yet always feels grounded. – www.farrow-ball.com

Studio 73 Design say – The perfect shade of blue can be hard to find but this is pretty close! A particularly good colour for joinery, we are picturing vanitory units in beautiful white bathrooms and boot room panelling.

De Nimes No 2
De Nimes No 2