Take inspiration from our colour of the week, Farrow & Ball's No. 5, Hardwick White.
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.
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 is perfect for kitchen units & woodwork.
Hardwick White is also perfect if you have a neutral wall, and want something a little different for your skirting boards.
Love Kelly x
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