If you’ve done any interior decorating over the last ten years, you’re sure to have come across Farrow & Ball paints. And honestly – I’ve never met anyone who has tried them, and then reversed to modern paints instead.
The company founders (John Farrow and Richard Ball) went against the trend of the 40s and refused to adopt acrylic paints. Instead, they invested in making paint using age-old production methods, with natural minerals and high levels of rich pigment that they continue to use today.
All of their paints and wallpapers are made using meticulous, traditional methods, ensuring it has depth and rich pigment. And with 132 colours to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect shade for your project!
Using all-natural ingredients like chalk, lime putty and china clay, Farrow and Ball paints are water-based, eco-friendly and compliant with the latest EU environmental legislation regarding the VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) content of paints. Really – stepping aside form the utterly entrancing array of colours (and they’re equally magical names) I’m astonished that anyone uses anything else in sensitive areas like a nursery.
And if happen to be on a decorating project right now, and on the hunt for some Farrow & Ball perfection, may we suggest you head over to Kent Blaxill? An equally old family firm, Kent Blaxill have been going since 1838; they really do know a thing or two about interior decorating, and we always always enjoy recommending a lovely independent for you to shop from! As a leading Farrow & Ball paint stockist, they’ve made it easy for you to find the right colour; simply use the filters and place your order!