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Farrow & Ball's paint collection includes a palette of unrivalled colours - created to ensure you succeed, whatever your style. Colour names, their origins and descriptions can be found below and on each individual product page.
Shop the entire range of 132 unrivalled colours below.
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Farrow and Ball All White No.2005. All White is exactly what it says! It unusually contains no other pigment except white and creates the softest most sympathetic white with none of the uncomfortable cold blue feeling of a brilliant white. It is often used on woodwork and ceilings to bring out...
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Farrow and Ball Wevet No.273. Wevet is Dorset dialect for a spiders web which is the perfect name as it really does have a translucent, gossamer feel to it, like a web. It has the same level of colour as Wimborne White but is definitely much more contemporary in feel, with...
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Farrow and Ball Wimborne White No.239. Wimborne White is named after the market town of Wimborne, the home to the first Farrow & Ball factory and still the site of our head office. It is just Off-White with the addition of the smallest amount of warm pigment to create a very versatile...
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Farrow and Ball Pointing No.2003. Pointing is a firm Farrow & Ball favourite for both ceilings and woodwork in traditional settings. Named after the colour of lime pointing used in brickwork, it has a light warm undertone and fresh uncomplicated feel to it. It creates the prettiest of spaces when used...
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Farrow and Ball James White No.2010. James White has a fresh underlying green which creates soothing, calm, airy feeling rooms, so is particularly useful for darker spaces. James White was first created for a pretty garden room, so has a fresh underlying green. When used with no contrasts it creates the...
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Farrow and Ball White Tie No.2002. White Tie is the prettiest of all our whites. With its subtle yellow base it creates a special glow in any rooms but still remains fresh looking. If you like charming, soft rooms then it is the neutral for you. Often combined with Wimborne White...
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Farrow and Ball New White No.59. New White is a stronger version of White Tie and is called ‘New’ because it is so much fresher than the traditional whites such as Lime White. It will warm up any room with its soft illumination and can be made to look more creamy if...
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Farrow and Ball Matchstick No.2013. Matchstick is deservedly a Farrow & Ball staple as it is extremely versatile. With its tiny addition of black it is a wall colour which creates delightfully understated rooms which are warm but definitely not creamy. In well lit rooms it has a fresher quality,...
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Farrow and Ball String No.8. String’s colour is reminiscent of the untreated twine used by gardeners and parcel senders worldwide. It is a pale earth pigment based colour with an underlying green, which makes it a Farrow & Ball classic. It is particularly good for connecting rooms with the outside,...
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Farrow and Ball Cord No.16 Cord is so called because it is a stronger version of String, both in colour and in its use! It has a traditional 'below stairs' feel and works as the perfect kitchen unit colour with String or Matchstick on the walls. It is an earthy...
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Farrow and Ball Shadow White No.282 Shadow White takes its name from the soft tone created when whites are used in shaded areas. For devotees of lighter neutrals on both walls and woodwork, this versatile and understated colour works in any style of home. It has none of the perceived...
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Farrow and Ball Mole's Breath No.276. Mole's Breath is the most versatile of our stronger accents as it can be used both with the Easy Greys like Purbeck Stone and the Contemporary Neutrals like Elephant's Breath. It is particularly effective to ground kitchen islands. When used on walls, especially in...
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Farrow and Ball Shaded White No.201 Shaded White is perfect for any style of home, being neither too warm nor too cool. It has a soft greyness, but with none of the cooler tones of Cornforth White or the more yellow tones of Off-White, making it the most versatile of these...
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Farrow and Ball Drop Cloth No.283 This colour and its name is a nod to painters and decorators; a drop cloth is the traditional name for the indispensable painter’s dust sheet which this colour embodies. It reads as neither too yellow, nor too grey, and is the perfect contrast to the...
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Farrow and Ball Tallow No.203 Tallow has an incredible ability to illuminate a room. Its light reflective qualities are second to none so it is perfect if you want to lighten a dark space or if one colour is required throughout a property. It creates a warm but fresh feel with...
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Farrow and Ball Savage Ground No.213 Savage Ground was first made as a background colour for wallpapers because it has the strength of String with none of the underlying green. It is therefore much warmer than String, so particularly useful for north facing rooms which tend to bring out the green...
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Farrow and Ball Salon Drab No.290 A two-part name, combining Salon, the small outer room off a drawing room, with Drab, a term favoured by true colourists, which simply describes a colour as lacking in brightness. The richness of this colour is instantly appealing and equally at home when used to...
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Farrow and Ball Dimity No.2008 Dimity is named after fabric originally used to make bustles but now more usually used for bedding. It is part of our Red Based Neutrals group and has a delightfully warm undertone which makes it perfect for little girl's bedrooms or for elegant, understated hallways. It...
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Farrow and Ball Joa's White No.226. Joa’s White was named after our original Colour Consultant who developed many of the Farrow & Ball colours. It is a very warm neutral with the merest hint of underlying black which makes it perfect to combine with the limestone, leather and linens so...
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Farrow and Ball Oxford Stone No.264 Oxford Stone was inspired by the colour of the pretty Cotswold houses in Oxfordshire. It is the darkest of our Red Based Neutrals so combines perfectly with both Joa’s White and Dimity on ceilings and woodwork if you want a paired down neutral scheme. In...
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Farrow and Ball London Stone No.6 London Stone’s colour was created by John Fowler for a classic Nash house in Regents Park. With its warm underlying magenta tones, this stone colour is the perfect accent for all the red based neutrals. It feels modern when contrasted with Dimity, either on walls...
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Farrow and Ball House Slipper Satin No.2004 Slipper Satin takes its name from the delicate colour of the silk used in traditional ballet slippers and is a popular white which can be used as a perfect neutral on walls with darker Off-White woodwork, or as a trim colour for the majority...
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Farrow and Ball Lime White No.1 Lime White is a historic tone named after the chalky pigments used in original distempers. It has the softest tone, created by the addition of a small amount of green pigment which gives it a totally timeless quality. When combined with Old White and Slipper...
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Farrow and Ball Off-White No.3. Off-White is the mid tone in our group of traditional neutrals so works perfectly with Old White, Slipper Satin and Lime White. Its underlying green gives it an unsurpassed softness creating a traditional wall colour or as a sophisticated woodwork tone to be used with...
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Farrow and Ball Old White No.4 Old White earns its name by being the most historic of all our whites. It can read as a drab green, particularly in north facing rooms, but feels more like a traditional soft grey in well lit spaces. This is the most sophisticated of colours...
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Farrow and Ball Light Gray No.17 Light Gray is a stony tone with a green base that gives it an unsurpassed depth of colour when used on walls. It is the perfect accent for all our traditional neutrals, used on furniture and joinery in many Off-White rooms alongside Mouse's Back. It...
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Farrow and Ball Mouse's Back No.40 Mouse’s Back’s huge popularity comes not only from its descriptive name but from its quiet nature – a green based grey/brown which feels soft in both large and small rooms. It will read more green when used on the walls in underlit rooms and...
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Farrow and Ball Strong White No.2001 Strong White is not only strong by name but strong by nature. It is the perfect white for use in modern homes, particularly popular in contemporary kitchens when combined with white gloss units. It is grey in tone but has an element of warmth...
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Farrow and Ball Ammonite No.274 Ammonite is named after the treasured fossils often found on the Dorset coast. It has a fantastically understated modest quality, working perfectly with all the Easy Grey group. It is not gritty or industrial but has a subtle grey tone that suits all contemporary homes....
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Farrow and Ball Cornforth White No.228 Cornforth White is the mid tone in the group of Easy Neutrals which are totally understated and extremely versatile. Less grey and gritty than Pavilion Gray and without the perceived warmth of Elephant's Breath, it sits perfectly between Ammonite and Purbeck Stone with which...
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Farrow and Ball Purbeck Stone No.275 Purbeck Stone which resembles the colour of the stone in the Isle of Purbeck, is the strongest of our Easy Neutrals with which it is the perfect counterbalance. Less cool and softer than Manor House Gray, it is the perfect tone for well lit modern...
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Farrow and Ball Worsted No.284 This colour brings to mind city suits made from the flat woven fabric Worsted, so named after the Norfolk village where the yarn was originally woven. For devotees of our Easy Greys neutral family, this is stronger in tone than its counterpart Purbeck Stone, but lighter...
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Farrow and Ball Stony Ground No.211 Stony Ground is a great alternative to Old White, being less green and more beige. It has a slight underlying red but is not as warm as Oxford Stone. Stony Ground is the perfect choice if you want a stronger neutral with no particular bias...
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Farrow and Ball Bone No.15 Bone is less green than Fawn and softer than Old White. It creates a stony timeless look, particularly suited to halls when combined with Lime White on woodwork. It can also be used on woodwork with lighter tones to create light and space, or as a...
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Farrow and Ball Cromarty No.285 Inspired by sea mist and named after the Cromarty Firth estuary, a place of swirling mists mentioned daily in The Shipping Forecast, which is in itself part of the fabric of British coastal life. This colour brings a muted softness to any room. A lighter version...
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Farrow and Ball Mizzle No.266 Mizzle is named after west-country evening skies when there is a mix of both mist and drizzle. With the addition of green pigment it has no cold blue tones, rather it intensifies and does the job of darker Pigeon or Blue Gray, when used in much...
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Farrow and Ball Blue Gray No.91 Blue Gray creates the most relaxed of rooms that feel as if they have always been there, due to the mix of its blue, green and black pigments. It is a cooler more weathered version of French Gray and has the same magical quality of...
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Farrow and Ball Pigeon No.25 Pigeon being a stronger version of Blue Gray is perfect for use in Boot Rooms, Cloakrooms and all paneling, as used in the late 18th century. It is softer and bluer than a more contemporary grey like Mole's Breath and is well suited to cosy darker...
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Farrow and Ball Blackened No.2011 Blackened is the coolest of all our whites and is particularly spectacular when used in Full Gloss with stainless steel kitchens. It sits perfectly with all the Architectural Cool group, particularly as a woodwork colour with Pavilion Gray. To see more colour, pair it with All...