New Farrow & Ball Paint Collection – ‘Colour By Nature’

16 Stunning New Colourways Have Been Added

Promotional material for colour by nature by Farrow & Ball

A new beautiful collection from Farrow & Ball has been released, showcasing 16 new beautiful colourways. The new collection Titled ‘Colour by Nature’ which was in collaboration with the Natural History Museum in London.

Farrow & Ball collaborated with the Natural History Museum as their book library holds ‘Werner’s Nomenclature of colours’ – which will bring the true colours of nature into your home. Colour By Nature isn’t just a celebration of colour, but of our shared respect and curiosity for the natural world.

Quoted from the colour card – “Over two centuries since its publication in 1814, Werner’s Nomenclature of Colours is still a treasured tool for scientists and artists alike. In a pre-photographic age, it gave the world an official classification of colour in nature, allowing intrepid explorers to fully describe the ever-expanding world around them. Among these was Charles Darwin, for whom the book proved indispensable on the 1831-36 voyage of HMS beagle.”

The new colours are available in 5 finishes – Modern Emulsion, Modern Eggshell, Estate Emulsion, Estate Eggshell & Full Gloss.

Let’s have a look at the colours… ( You can order all the new colours here)

W1 Snow white

snow white used in this lovely interior

Farrow & Ball’s Snow White W1 is a wonderful alternative to a pure white, versatile enough to be used on woodwork and ceilings alongside any other colour. A tiny hint of yellow pigment is the secret to its warm and reflective nature, bouncing light around in even the darkest of spaces and creating rooms with a laid-back feel.

Works well with Sap Green & Broccoli Brown.

W5 Orange Coloured White

Orange coloured white used on the walls in this interior

Farrow & Ball’s Orange Coloured White W5 is a fresh yet warm cream particularly suited to north-facing spaces. The addition of the merest amount of red pigment to this earth-based neutral adds a delicate luminosity without feeling too creamy, creating delightfully warm rooms that appear to glow.

Works well with Dutch Orange and Verdigris Green.

W7 Skimmed Milk White

Skimmed Milk W7 used on the walls in this interior shot

Farrow & Balls Skimmed Milk White W7 is a mid-tone off white with extraordinary softness. Its laid-back nature creates rooms that feel as if they have been that colour forever, whether used on woodwork alongside a stronger wall colour, or on walls with a Snow White trim for a more contemporary feel.

Skimmed Milk White W7 works well with Broccoli Brown & Snow White.

W9 Ash Grey

W9 Ash grey featured in this lovely interior room

Farrow & Ball’s Ash Grey W9 has a relaxed feel that makes it suited to any space, particularly when combined with the slightly warmer Skimmed Milk White on woodwork. For a more modern look, try teaming with a lighter Snow White trim. The underlying green in this shade means that it will appear more intensely coloured in natural daylight and greyer in areas of low light.

If you are looking for a neutral colour scheme, match with Slipper Satin and Off white. or for something more adventurous try Sap Green and Bancha.

W108 Broccoli Brown

Broccoli Brown on the walls creates a lovely rich feel

Farrow & Ball Broccoli Brown W108 is a quiet dark stone colour that sits effortlessly alongside natural materials such as weathered wood or flagstone floors. Its muted quality makes it ideally suited to studies, where its reserved tone serves as the ideal backdrop, especially when taken over the ceiling as well as the walls.

W29 Ultra Marine Blue

Ultra Marine Blue W29 makes an impact in this colourful room.

Farrow & Ball Ultra Marine Blue is a stunning blue with a slightly romantic feel, Ultra Marine Blue has been in favour since the 18th century when it was often used to make small rooms feel bigger. For the contemporary home, it looks striking on cabinetry, especially combined with a kitchen island in dramatic Scotch Blue.

Match with Wevet or Strong White for good results.

W40 Imperial Purple

Imperial Purple adds a nice touch to this interior.

Farrow & Ball Deep Imperial Purple W40 transforms dining rooms and other intimate spaces, creating a luxurious look and enveloping feel. Used in smaller quantities, such as inside a bookcase, it can add a rich pocket of colour to even the most neutral of rooms – try it with soft Snow White and Ash Grey for a relaxed scheme with a playful touch.

Mix with a Wimborne white or a magnolia for best results.

W24 Scotch Blue

Scotch Blue featured on this interior wall.

Farrow & Ball Scotch Blue W24 is an intensely pigmented blue brings a smart look and luxurious atmosphere to any room, especially those designed for entertaining. Particularly eye-catching when combined with Ash Grey woodwork, Scotch Blue creates inviting spaces that you can’t wait to escape to at the end of the day.

Pair with Ash Grey for best results or Wimborne White.

W53 Emerald Green

Emerald Green – A fantastic rich green that adds a rich atmosphere to any room

Farrow & Ball Emerald Green W53 is easy to use in all sorts of homes, creating rooms with an upbeat yet elegant atmosphere. This beautiful jewel tone makes an excellent addition to strong multi-coloured schemes, especially alongside Lake Red and Ultra Marine Blue, where it strikes a balance between being vibrant and soothing.

W50 Verdigris Green

Vibrant Verdigris Green creates a bright contemporary feel

Farrow & Ball Verdigris Green is a vibrant fun colour, although while happy and lively on first glance, Verdigris Green retains a reassuring feel and underlying elegance when used in the home. A rich blend of pigments allows it to feel more vibrant teamed with lighter tones than with darks, and it takes on added vitality when combined with Dutch Orange or Lake Red.

W56 Sap Green

Sap Green W56 – Creating a real earthy colour. The true colour of nature

Farrow & Ball Sap Gree is an organic green that is a true reflection of nature, creating a soft, lived-in atmosphere when combined with Broccoli Brown and Duck Green. Used in smaller spaces, such as a hallway or porch, it creates a richer, more vital atmosphere.

W55 Duck Green

Duck Green featured in this lovely interior. A strong bold green, creating a warm look

Farrow & Ball Duck Green W55 is named after the deep green plumage of a mallard, Duck Green is a wonderful reminder of the exquisite colours of nature. Strong but subdued, it offers a contemporary alternative to charcoal shades for modern homes, and makes a warm and welcoming pair with Deep Reddish Brown on woodwork.

W76 Dutch Orange

Dutch Orange featured in this lovely interior. Creating a bright atmosphere

Dutch Orange is a clean bright orange with the ability to enliven any space. With a dynamic quality that brings an enveloping warmth to rooms, it feels lively combined with Verdigris Green and Skimmed Milk White, and looks particularly stunning with a Duck Green trim.

W92 Lake Red

Lovely Bright Lake Red in this interior

Farrow & Ball Lake Red W92 is an adventurous colour appears red to some and pink to others but always feels happy and vital. Fantastic in small spaces, Lake Red feels dynamic and energising used across walls, woodwork and ceilings, and works wonderfully inside cupboards.

W93 Crimson Red

Crimson Red creating a Contemporary look in this kitchen

Farrow & Ball Crimson Red is a deep, warm pink that creates spaces that feel soft and inviting, especially when teamed with Skimmed Milk White on woodwork. Paired with dark tones, however, Crimson Red takes on a glamorous feel, with Scotch Blue, in particular, bringing out its rich and romantic nature.

W101 Deep Reddish Brown

Deep Reddish Brown creating a rich atmosphere

Farrow & Ball Deep Reddish Brown is a warm and welcoming shade that was once popular in country houses, where it was often used to highlight the woodwork of back stairs. In a contemporary setting, it still makes a wonderful colour for walls, doors and trim alike, adding richness and drama to any space.

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