Farrow & Ball reveals 11 new colours - see them here
Iconic paint brand Farrow & Ball has added new colours to its palette for the first time since 2018 - explore the new additions and discover your favourite
Farrow & Ball has introduced 11 brand new colours to its range, the first addition to its sought-after palette in four years.
The shades span from deep blue to lively green, fiery red to blush pink, and all were developed by Farrow & Ball's colour curator Joa Studholme and head of creative Charlotte Crosby.
'What better time could there be to introduce new colours? ' says Joa. 'We all feel ready to be rejuvenated, enhance our homes, and show off our own personal style.
'We’re excited by these eleven new shades, which take their lead from our existing palette and have that instantly recognisable Farrow & Ball elegance. They range from easy-to-use lights to dramatic and atmospheric darks, all of which make our palette even more relevant for celebrating and sharing our homes.'
The inspirations behind the new colours are diverse - cool blue Kittiwake is named after a seabird, while Stirabout is a warm grey inspired by Irish porridge
'I’ve developed a soft spot for many of the new colours especially Beverly which, just like its namesake, is reassuring, uncomplicated and full of depth,' says head of creative Charlotte. 'We used it in a kitchen with Selvedge and I wanted to move in immediately.'
Excited? We certainly are! Read on the discover the 11 new shades joining the Farrow & Ball collection, all available now:
'This warm neutral with an underlying grey is inspired by the nurturing porridge favoured over many centuries in Ireland.'
'Named after the circular currents enjoyed by wild swimmers as a natural jacuzzi, this pale green is delicate in tone but certainly does not feel pastel.'
Tailor Tack (No.302)
'The lightest and most delicate of our pinks, this charming colour is that of the sewing tacks used in Haute Couture ateliers.'
Templeton Pink (No.303)
'A historic-feeling pink, developed for the dining room at Templeton House to offset the magnificent Wedgwood plaques made to commemorate a former owner.'
'The name of this flame-red hue was originally used to describe the deceit of pirates. Full of buccaneering spirit, it’s perfect to add some joy to any room scheme.'
Hopper Head (No.305)
'A classic charcoal sitting alongside Railings and Down Pipe, this colour is inspired by the attractively designed iron containers used to catch rainwater at the top of a downpipe.'
'A dependable blue much like De Nimes, Selvedge is named after the highly prized denim woven on a shuttle loom to produce closed edges.'
'A clean cool blue inspired by the wings of noisy seabirds when seen in bright sunlight. This colour sits alongside Lulworth Blue, the cove in Dorset where you see so many of the birds in question.'
Wine Dark (No.308)
'Inspired by midnight skies, this spiritual colour is named after the term Homer used to describe the sea and is perfect to create an intimate space.'
'This lively and playful green is inspired by the papery winged tree seeds beloved by many playful young nature lovers.'
'A clean mid to dark green, named in honour of a kind and generous member of our Farrow & Ball team who is sadly no longer with us.'
Ready for more inspiration? Check out our colour scheme guides to browse room and colour combos, or why not see inside some real homes for ideas? Can't find the shade you're looking for? Why not check out the new collection of Lick paint colours, which include restful tones inspired by nature.