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In honour of the holiday season, here are some fresh summery colours to let into your home now

Bright colours; Farrow&Ball

 Cinder Rose   Charlotte's locks   Yellowcake  Arsenic

 

Summer Colours; Farrow&Ball

The sunlight brings out the best of the freshness in the selected colours. Yet, if you are not into colourful walls, update your home setting with some bright coloured accessories.

Cushions; Colourful

Flamingo cushion  Rabit cushion Feathers cushion   World Map Umbrella Throw

And while we're on the subject of summer, plants can always bring a ray of light into your home.

Plant, pots, green

Bee plant pot

 

Plant, pots, green

Being colour confident would give your home the summer vibes that you'd want to bring in this season. Bright colours and beautiful green plants are the way to go, and would suit your home even better when updated with accessoaries, such as throws, mats and other homeware.

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All White Inspiration

20 June 2017 | Post By: Kelly Hunter | Farrow and Ball

Take inspiration from our colour of the week, Farrow & Ball's No. 2005, All White.

 

All White Farrow & Ball

 

All White is exactly what it says. Unusually, it contains no other pigment except for white, creating the softest most sympathetic colour without the colder blue undertones of a brilliant white.


Farrow & Ball All White


All White Farrow & Ball


All White Farrow & Ball


All White Farrow & Ball


One of Farrow & Ball's most Contemporary Neutrals, All White pairs seamlessly with Skimming Stone and Strong White for a warm scheme with a slight edge. For a clean and almost graphic finish, contrast with fresh, strong tones like Pitch Black and St Giles Blue.


All White Farrow & Ball


Love Kelly x



*all images sourced from Pinterest

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Inchyra Blue Inspiration

12 June 2017 | Post By: Kelly Hunter | Farrow and Ball

Take inspiration from our colour of the week, Farrow & Ball's No. 289, Inchyra Blue.

 

Farrow & Ball Inchyra Blue

 

Inchyra Blue is an aged blue grey, and is inspired by the naturally dramatic Scottish skies that act as a backdrop for the classic Georgian Inchyra House. It can be found on the exterior doors of their very impressive byre or barn which nestles at the bottom of a rather grey and imposing brae (also known as a hill). Such is the magic of our colours, this moody hue can read more grey, blue or even green depending on the light. A great alternative to charcoal, use it to inject a hint of colour into a super contemporary home or create a dark and intimate feel by combining it with Black Blue or Vardo.

 

Farrow & Ball Inchyra Blue

 

Farrow & Ball Inchyra Blue

 

Farrow & Ball Inchyra Blue


Farrow & Ball Inchyra Blue


Inchrya Blue also looks beautiful when painted on woodwork. Why not update a cabinet, table or chair with a touch of paint, and contrast it with a neutral background? Alternatively, why not break convention and add a hint of colour to the room through the skirting boards, and contrast with a neutral wall.


When painting woodwork, make sure you use Estate Eggshell for the best finish.


Farrow & Ball Inchyra Blue


Inchyra Blue is the perfect alternative to a neutral front door, for someone looking to add a subtle pop of colour.


Farrow & Ball Inchyra Blue


Love Kelly x



*all images are sourced from Pinterest

London Stone Inspiration

05 June 2017 | Post By: Kelly Hunter | Farrow and Ball

Take inspiration from our colour of the week, Farrow & Ball's No. 6, London Stone.

 

London Stone Farrow & Ball

 

A warm mid brown, London Stone was created by John Sutcliffe for a classic Nash house in Regent’s Park. With its underlying magenta tones, this unassuming stone colour is the perfect accent for each of our Red Based Neutrals. It feels effortlessly modern when contrasted with Dimity, either on walls or woodwork, and utterly timeless when paired with the stronger Oxford Stone.

 

London Stone Farrow & Ball

 

London Stone Farrow & Ball

 

London Stone Farrow & Ball

 

Colour Schemes: for a muted and neutral look, pair London Stone with Dimity and Pointing. If you're looking for something a little bolder, pair London Stone with Picture Gallery Red and Hague Blue.

 

London Stone Farrow & Ball

 

Love Kelly x

 

* All images soured from Pinterest

Babouche Inspiration

29 May 2017 | Post By: Kelly Hunter | Farrow and Ball

Take inspiration from our colour of the week, Farrow & Ball's No. 223 Babouche.

 

Babouche Farrow & Ball

 

Babouche takes its exotic name from the distinctive colour of the leather slippers worn by men in Morocco. It has a cheerful brightness that will intensify when used in large areas, but it is always dignified and never garish. Babouche can be paired with Railings for a very modern but sumptuous effect.


Babouche Farrow & Ball


Colour Schemes: for a bold look, pair Babouche with Railings and Down Pipe. If you're looking to contrast this sunny colour with something a little more neutral, pair Babouche with House White & All White.


Babouche Farrow & Ball


Babouche Farrow & Ball


We love Babouche used to paint woodwork, such as recycled tables & chairs, to add a pop of colour to the room, or on a front door or radiator.


Babouche Farrow & Ball


Babouche Farrow & Ball


Love Kelly x


*images sourced from Pinterest

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Hardwick White Inspiration

22 May 2017 | Post By: Kelly Hunter | Farrow and Ball

Take inspiration from our colour of the week, Farrow & Ball's No. 5, Hardwick White.


Hardwick White Farrow & Ball


This traditional grey was originally created to touch up the old limewash at Hardwick Hall and doesn’t look very white to most, unless contrasted with strong shades like Off-Black. Less blue than Lamp Room Gray and with an unsurpassed depth of colour, Hardwick White’s rich and chalky hue sits just as well in a contemporary room as it does in a historic house.


Hardwick White Farrow & Ball

 

Why not paint exterior woodwork in Hardwick White - a perfect contrast to red brick or white masonary, Hardwick White is relatively neutral, but has hues of green to add something a little different.

 

Hardwick White Farrow & Ball

 

Hardwick White Farrow & Ball

 

Hardwick White is perfect for kitchen units & woodwork.

 

Hardwick White Farrow & Ball

 

Hardwick White Farrow & Ball

 

Hardwick White Farrow & Ball

 

Hardwick White Farrow & Ball

 

Hardwick White is also perfect if you have a neutral wall, and want something a little different for your skirting boards.

 

Hardwick White Farrow & Ball

 

Love Kelly x

 

*all images sourced from Pinterest

Borrowed Light Inspiration

15 May 2017 | Post By: Kelly Hunter | Farrow and Ball

Take inspiration from our colour of the week, Farrow & Ball's No. 235, Borrowed Light.

 

Borrowed Light Farrow & Ball


Evoking the colour of summer skies, Borrowed Light is a wonderfully pale blue named after the delicate light that cascades through small windows and fanlights. It works as well in a room deprived of light as it does in an airy sunroom. This soft and classic tone is perfectly suited to children’s bedrooms, especially when contrasted with Stiffkey Blue on furniture or woodwork.


Borrowed Light Farrow & Ball

 

Borrowed Light Farrow & Ball

 

Borrowed Light Farrow & Ball

 

Borrowed Light Farrow & Ball

 

Colour Schemes: for a bold, blue palette, pair Borrowed Light with Cook's Blue & Hague Blue. For something a little softer, pair with All White and Skylight.

 

Borrowed Light Farrow & Ball

 

Love Kelly x

 

 

* all images sourced from Pinterest

Cooking Apple Green Inspiration

08 May 2017 | Post By: Kelly Hunter | Farrow and Ball

Take inspiration from our colour of the week, Farrow & Ball's No. 32, Cooking Apple Green.

 

Cooking Apple Green Farrow & Ball

 

Cooking Apple Green Farrow & Ball

 

Cooking Apple Green is a Farrow & Ball classic which always feels charmingly familiar and, like all greens, creates the feeling of health and vigour. It has a rich, old fashioned look in darker situations, but often feels much fresher and brighter in well lit rooms and when contrasted with a bright white.


Cooking Apple Green Farrow & Ball

 

Cooking Apple Green Farrow & Ball

 

Cooking Apple Green Farrow & Ball

 

Colour Schemes: for a bold green look, pair with Calke Green and Studio Green. If you're looking for something a little more neutral, pair with James White and Tunsgate Green.

 

Cooking Apple Green Farrow & Ball

 

Cooking Apple Green Farrow & Ball

 

Love Kelly x

 

 

*all images sourced from Pinterest

New Cafe Menu

05 May 2017 | Post By: Kelly Hunter | Cafe WARING

If you've been into see us recently, you may have noticed that we have started our brand new Cafe Lunch Menu. If you're looking for a light lunchtime bite, we have got your options covered, with our selection ranging from grilled halloumi, to savoury tarts, pork rillettes & 'Jewel' salad.

 

new cafe menu

 

new cafe menu

 

new cafe menu


If you're looking for a light and healthy lunch, opt for our 'Jewel' Salad, which combines mixed leaves with butternut squash, pomegranate & pine nuts.


new cafe menu

 

new cafe menu


Choose from a Smoked Salmon & Rocket Tart or a Goats Cheese and Red Onion Tart to pair with mixed leaves  for a delicious lunchtime treat.


new cafe menu

 

We hope to see you in our cafe soon!

Love Kelly x

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Charelston Gray Inspiration

01 May 2017 | Post By: Kelly Hunter | Farrow and Ball

Take inspiration from our colour of the week, Farrow & Ball's No. 243, Charleston Gray.


Charleston Gray Farrow & Ball


A warm and muted grey, Charleston Gray is named after the much loved home of the equally artistic and intellectual Bloomsbury Group in West Sussex. Very popular for use in modern living rooms, its brown undertones create a warm, enveloping and hushed atmosphere. It is the perfect accent colour for all the warm Contemporary Neutrals or can be used on woodwork with rich Brinjal.


Charleston Gray Farrow & Ball


Charleston Gray Farrow & Ball


Charleston Gray Farrow & Ball


Colour Schemes: if desire a bold colour scheme, that is really going to stand out, pair Charleston Gray with Brinjal and Mahogany. If you're looking for something a little more muted, pair Charleston Gray with Strong White and Skimming Stone.


Charleston Gray Farrow & Ball


Love Kelly x



* images sourced from Pinterest

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