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Setting Plaster Inspiration

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

Take inspiration from our colour of the week, Farrow & Ball's No. 231, Setting Plaster.

 

setting plaster Farrow & Ball

 

Setting Plaster is named after the blushing walls that we have all admired in newly plastered houses. It is definitely a pink in historic terms, but has an unsurpassed gentle quality to it because of the inclusion of yellow pigment. A great colour to use as a background for antique furniture because of its timeless quality, it is also fantastic when paired with Mahogany in a contemporary home.

 

setting plaster Farrow & Ball

 

setting plaster Farrow & Ball

 

setting plaster Farrow & Ball

 

setting plaster Farrow & Ball

 

setting plaster Farrow & Ball

 

setting plaster Farrow & Ball

 

Pair with: Farrow & Ball’s Setting Plaster, Farrow & Ball’s Cornforth White & Studio Green.

 

setting plaster Farrow & Ball

 

Love Kelly x

Sudbury Yellow Inspiration

13 March 2017 | Post By: Kelly Hunter | Farrow and Ball

Take inspiration from our colour of the week, Farrow & Ball's No. 51, Sudbury Yellow.

 

Sudbury Yellow Farrow & Ball

 

Sudbury Yellow, which takes its names from the staircase at Sudbury Hall, is particularly susceptible to changes in different light conditions. It reads cleaner and brighter in well lit rooms, particularly when contrasted with a bright white, and softens down in spaces deprived of light and with a stronger contrast like Old White.

 

Sudbury Yellow Farrow & Ball

 

Sudbury Yellow Farrow & Ball

 

Sudbury Yellow Farrow & Ball

 

Sudbury Yellow Farrow & Ball

 

Sudbury Yellow Farrow & Ball


Recommended Palette to pair Sudbury Yellow with:


1. Calluna No.270 2. Pavillion Gray No.242 3. Bone No.15 4. Sudbury Yellow No.51 5. Vert de Terre N0.234 6. Brassica N0.271


Sudbury Yellow Farrow & Ball

 

Love Kelly x

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Cook's Blue Inspiration

06 March 2017 | Post By: Kelly Hunter | Farrow and Ball

Take inspiration from our colour of the week, Farrow & Ball's No. 237, Cook's Blue.

 

Cook's Blue Farrow & Ball

 

Cook’s Blue was inspired by the romantic and poignant finish in the cook’s closet at Calke Abbey where the walls have been untouched over many decades. Its rich colour and brightness is perfect for use both in kitchens and exterior eating areas, as this tone is said to deter flies!

 

Cook's Blue Farrow & Ball

 

Cook's Blue Farrow & Ball

 

TIP: pair Cook's Blue with Blackened and Borrowed Light for a soft, neutral feel. For something a little bolder, pair with Arsenic or Incarnadine.

 

Cook's Blue Farrow & Ball

 

Cook's Blue Farrow & Ball

 

 

Cook's Blue Farrow & Ball

 

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Hague Blue Inspiration

27 February 2017 | Post By: Kelly Hunter | Farrow and Ball

Take inspiration from our colour of the week, Farrow & Ball's No. 30, Hague Blue.

 

HAGUE BLUE

 

Hague Blue gets its name from the strongly coloured exterior woodwork much used by the Dutch, and still works fantastically well to ground skirtings or as an accent colour in little boys' rooms when teamed with Borrowed Light on the walls. It sits as happily outside as it does in small dark rooms, and feels suitably aged in both.


HAGUE BLUE


TIP: pair Hague Blue with Skylight and Borrowed Light for a neutral feel. For something a little bolder, pair with Charlotte's Locks, St Gile's Blue or even Babouche.


HAGUE BLUE


HAGUE BLUE


HAGUE BLUE


HAGUE BLUE


For something a little different, why not use Hague Blue in the kitchen - ideal for island panelling, or woodwork for that extra bold, but elegant look.


HAGUE BLUE


Love Kelly x

Cabbage White Inspiration

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

Take inspiration from our colour of the week, No. 269, Cabbage White.

 

Farrow & Ball Cabbage White

 

Cabbage White is the named after the most delicate of butterflies, so is a very fitting name for this equally delicate colour. With its slight blue hue it is perfect for rooms that go up into the eaves, where you want to use just one colour on both walls and ceiling. This colour really comes in to its own when contrasted with All White.


Farrow & Ball Cabbage White


Farrow & Ball Cabbage White


Cabbage White is ideal for bedrooms, be it a children's or an adult's room.


Farrow & Ball Cabbage White


Farrow & Ball Cabbage White


TIP: for a bold look, pair Cabbage White with Oval Room Blue and Railings. If you're looking for something a little softer, pair with Ammonite and All White.


Farrow & Ball Cabbage White


Farrow & Ball Cabbage White


Love Kelly x

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Pale Hound Inspiration

13 February 2017 | Post By: Kelly Hunter | Farrow and Ball

Take inspiration from our colour of the week, Farrow & Ball's No. 71, Pale Hound.

 

Pale Hound Farrow & Ball

 

Pale Hound appears to be a little green, especially in north facing rooms, if you compare it to the more creamy Ringwold Ground. It is particularly useful in well lit spaces where it appears to be a delicate aged pale yellow, and in garden rooms where its underlying green feel connects it to the exterior.

 

Pale Hound Farrow & Ball

 

Pale Hound Farrow & Ball

 

TIP: for an extra bold look, pair Pale Hound with Sudbury Yellow & Tanner's Brown. For something a little more neutral, pair with House White or All White.

 

Pale Hound Farrow & Ball

 

Love Kelly x

Valentine's Day Inspiration

08 February 2017 | Post By: Kelly Hunter | Gift Ideas

It's that time of year again, Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and we're looking for that extra special gift to give him or her this year. We'd like to help you out a little, so we've rounded up our favourite gifts, cards & keepsakes that would be ideal for your loved one this year.

 

Happy Heart Mouse Balloon

 

This joyful little 'kenza' Happy Heart Balloon Mouse (an old Cornish name meaning love) is holding a red heart shaped balloon, high up for all to see, and is the ideal little keep sake for a loved one this Valentines.

 

no.5 Flamingo candle and diffuser


The No. 5 Flamingo candle's scent give out rosy notes with some fuzzed out spices and an almost imperceptible drizzle of sharp citrus juice, ideal for Valentine's Day.

 

flowers & plants

 

Whether you choose a big bunch of flowers, or a sweet succulent, show her you care this Valentines with our floristry selection, available outside our store.


Cards and gift wrap available to buy in store


Unique cards and wrap, ideal for Valentine's Day available in store.


records and LP


For the music lover, why not treat them to one of our classic LPs. From David Bowie, to Blondie, Bob Dylan, and Joni Mitchell, there's certainly a little something for everyone. And if you're feeling extra generous, why not treat them to one of our extra special Planar 1 Turntables.


You can view our full range of gifts here.


Love Kelly x

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Purbeck Stone Inspiration

06 February 2017 | Post By: Kelly Hunter | Farrow and Ball

Take inspiration from our colour of the week, Farrow & Ball's No. 275, Purbeck Stone.

 

Purbeck Stone Farrow & Ball

 

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 rooms but can also be used as a darker accent for Skimming Stone instead of Elephant's Breath which some find too warm.

 

Purbeck Stone Farrow & Ball

 

Purbeck Stone Farrow & Ball

 

Purbeck Stone Farrow & Ball

 

Purbeck Stone Farrow & Ball

 

TIP: pair Purbeck Stone with Strong White and Wevet for a soft, neutral look. For something a little bolder, pair with Mole's Breath and Stiffkey Blue.

 

Purbeck Stone Farrow & Ball


Love Kelly x

Parma Gray Inspiration

30 January 2017 | Post By: Kelly Hunter | Farrow and Ball

Take inspiration from our colour of the week, Farrow & Ball's No. 27, Parma Gray.

 

Farrow & Ball parma gray

 

Parma Gray, despite its name, reads as a cool blue and has been used in numerous costume dramas, contrasted with Wimborne White to create the perfect period feel. Its cool nature can make it feel quite formal, especially when contrasted with a bright white but it is still a firm favourite for those who prefer cleaner crisper rooms.


Farrow & Ball parma gray

 

Farrow & Ball parma gray

 

Farrow & Ball parma gray

 

Farrow & Ball parma gray

 

TIP: Pair Parma Gray with Lulworth Blue and Stiffkey Blue to keep the palette blue. Pair with Borrowed Light a Skylight to add a hint of grey.

 

Farrow & Ball parma gray

 

Farrow & Ball parma gray


Love Kelly x

Railings Inspiration

23 January 2017 | Post By: Kelly Hunter | Farrow and Ball

Take inspiration from our colour of the week, Farrow & Ball's No. 31, Railings.


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Railings is a softer alternative to black on all ironwork, hence its name. When used in Full Gloss on front doors it appears handsome and commanding but becomes much more relaxed in feel if used in Estate Eggshell. The fact that it is definitely more blue than black makes it soft enough to use in interiors, to create dramatic enveloping spaces.


Railings Farrow and Ball


Railings Farrow and Ball


Railings Farrow and Ball


Railings Farrow and Ball


TIP: pair Railings with Pavilion Gray and Dimpse to create a grey palette, or pair with Off-Black and Stiffkey Blue to create something a little bolder.


Railings Farrow and Ball


Railings is a perfect colour for kitchens & bathrooms, and would look beautiful painted on wooden cupboards, contrasted with a grey.


Love Kelly x

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