Farrow & Ball Dead Flat 5 Litre
If you are fortunate enough to own a historic property, Farrow & Ball specialist finishes are right up your street! Here we talk a bit about Farrow & Ball Dead Flat 5 Litre. Surely the ultimate flat, matt finish. This is exactly what historic houses used on interior woodwork, plaster and metal surfaces. This is one of the reasons perhaps they look so dead matt and thus elegant. You shouldn’t use it though in kitchens, bathrooms, furniture or in areas of heavy wear as it’s just not hard enough.
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All Farrow & Ball paints are eco friendly with low or minimal Volatile Organic Compounds.
Fore more information download the Dead Flat data sheet
About Farrow & Ball
Farrow & Ball paints are born and bred in Dorset, England. They have resided there since John Farrow, and fellow paint pioneer, Richard Ball founded the company in 1946. Their passion for making paint to original formulations, using only the finest ingredients, is matched by today’s craftsmen.
There is true alchemy to their paints. Is it their high levels of pigment? Or perhaps the use of rich resin binders? Or could it be the high refractory nature of their key ingredients? All these factors help to produce their signature depth of colour. And, to ensure the paint meets their obsessively high requirements, they scrupulously test every batch. There’s a reason Stiffkey Blue is the precise colour of the extraordinary mud found at Stiffkey beach in Norfolk!
Note: Please do not rely on your computer screen for colour accuracy. Order a FREE colour card and then a tester pot to check your chosen colour in situ.