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New from Farrow&Ball

Friday, 1 September 2017 11:57:26 Europe/London

New from Farrow&Ball

Inspired by the new design trends, namely texture, maximalism and escapism, Farrow&Ball have released an exciting new wallpaper collection. This week we bring you a peek of the handcrafted wallpapers we have available in our Lifestore with more to come in September.

 


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Farrow & ball wallpaper, wallpaper, texture, papering,


 

Papering the walls in your home is a lovely way to create a sensory look with rich textures to explore. The new wallpaper collection from Farrow&Ball features large petal motifs, as well as classic floral patterns in various colourways. What is more, being craftsmen in paint and paper, Farrow&Ball stay true to the richness of colour of the wallpapers, too, by printing their unmatched shades of paint on paper. The colourways of the wallpapers are rich and renowned for their complexity.

 


 

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Farrow & ball wallpaper, wallpaper, texture, papering,


 

Wallpapering the walls is an easy way to create an inimitable intimacy in your home. Wallpapers can be used as a feature wall too, in order to break up the otherwise one colour painted room. What is great about Farrow&Ball wallpaper collection is that their technique of printing paint on paper technique enables you to create a seamless connection between the two, should you decide to combine them in a room.

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A unique way of using wallpaper is pasting in on the ceiling - very unusual, this technique is sure to leave an impression on your house guests.

 

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You can order A4 samples of Farrow&Ball wallpaper you like at our Lifestore – give us a call on 01603613800 or come down to our shop on Westlegate, we’d be happy to help!


*Some of the pictures were sourced from Pinterest

 


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Bring the outdoors in with the nature’s great colours: purple, teal and grey

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Purple: spiritual, soul searching, mysterious, enchanting

Teal: positive, serene, sophisticated, cool, tasteful, confident

Grey: sleek, modern, classy, stylish


This week we bring to you a home interior inspired by floral hues. Floral purple with a teal edge is a trending colour combination, currently a top one on Pinterest, so taking inspiration from that and our colour of the week Farrow&Ball’s Vardo we decided to dedicate this blog on how to decorate your home using this timeless combination.

Being full stockists for Farrow&Ball, here at Warings we have the 132 unmatched shades of paint, giving us the opportunity to choose a differend shade every week. This week, we stopped at the timless teal - Vardo No. 288.

 

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The teal blue colour looks beautiful when painted on woodwork as well as as a statement wall in any room. Why not update a cabinet, table or chair with a touch of paint, and contrast it with a neutral background? What's more, this colour works extremely well with darker shades like reds and greys.

 

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Purple textiles and teal walls sounds great, but it can be hard to decorate when combining two vibrant colours. We have selected some of the most pinned images on Pintrest  ons and most pinned images on Pinterest to inspire you:    

 

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teal, purple, vardo, cushions


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 *Some of the pictures were sourced from Pinterest


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Pop of colour

Thursday, 27 July 2017 13:12:36 Europe/London

Minimalistic interior design with a 1950s inspired twist

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When it comes to home interior design, people tend to choose natural or neutral-inspired colours for their homes, in order to achieve a sense of harmony and comfort. But adding a pop of colour to your home interior can be an interesting twist and a way to create a customized look. In the 1950s, home design trends revolved around the idea of colour pop with the use of primary colours in addition to neutral ones, which would work as an accent to the room, also known as kitsch trend. Inspired by comics, kitsch trend on its own nowadays might be considered excessive. It is in the recent years, that minimalistic-inspired interior began trending, featuring cold Scandinavian-inspired colours, such as grey, white and black. Yet, we believe that to achieve great balance, a combination between the 1950s kitsch trend and Scandinavian vibes can be right for any living space. The colour pop inspired by the 50s can work as a focal point and a bold accent to the otherwise neutral home look. We have gathered some examples on how to do this at your home.



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As full stockists of Farrow&Ball, we have noticed that our customers prefer neutral shades for their living spaces, like Old White, Elephant’s Breath and Cabbage White. But in the range of 132 unmatched shades that Farrow&Ball offer, there are some confident and dazzling colours, which can be a great addition to the uniform colours.

Farrow&BallFarrow&Ball’s ‘industrial colours’ feature a warm Babouche yellow and Downpipe grey. Great combination, complementing shades and another dose of colour pop.


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Farrow&Ball's range of dazzling bright colours are perfect for updating walls or furniture inspired by the 50s interior design trend.

 


 

Take inspiration from the main combinations of neutral and bright colours trending right now.

Black+White & Yellow

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Black&White + Yellow

Being the colour of the sun, yellow is balancing this otherwise black and grey interior right. If you’re not feeling enough colour confident to paint a wall in bright yellow, accessorising is probably the safest option to try out new trends.


GREY & ORANGE

handsome grey and dazzling orange

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Our personal favourite, this combination is very subtle to the eye, but still exploiting the full potential of the twist that is pop of colour. For even better results, the orange can be even brighter, for a great bold look. Or why not paint your mirror in Farrow & Ball’s great colour, Charlotte’s locks – amazing colour to create a unique vibe.

 

GREY+RED

classy & chic

This evidently eclectic design is a chic and efficient to re-create the nature of 50s inspired interior trend. Simple as it is, red contrasts any shade of grey (or even any colour), which makes it a go-to option for an easy change.


*Pictures sourced from Pintrest



Streaming from vintage inspired trends, anyone can afford to be bold with some dazzling-colours pieces. Here are some of our favourite items to help you achieve this trend:

Saaga throws

Saaga Mohair Throws

 

Farrow&Ball Paint

 

Graden Birds cushion in Brights

Corona blanket

Boston Bean Bag

 

 

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Styling the season – July

Thursday, 13 July 2017 17:53:36 Europe/London

Summer is in full swing and we decided to dedicate this week’s blog post on bringing you some fresh and innovative ideas for home design and decoration, inspired by the season. We’ve gathered some interior design tips and a few of our favourite items to help you transform your living space.

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Using home accessories to update your living space is a smart way to bring some light into your home. Try using different materials and styles to create an individualised look.

 

 

 

Our simple and stylish fern tea candle holders are a must-have home accessory.  

 

 

 

 

These aqua-inspired throws and cushions can add a further touch of colour to your sofa or bed. Or maybe pop them on your favourite armchair for maximising its comfort.

 

 

 

 

Contrasting furniture and décor is a simple but effective way of creating the desired ambiance, as the added item would pop out due to eye-catching colours. A great example of this is the dazzling bright colours on this lamp, which contrast the dark shade of the furniture.

 

 

 

 

 

To bring your home decoration a step further to a nature-inspired look, add lots of plants. Plant decoration sure makes a living space more comfortable and breathable.

 

 

And while we’re on the subject of plant decoration, terrariums are having a major moment in home style and decoration. They are miniature gardens created under glass and there are ways in which you can plant your own terrarium.

 

 

. Here are some guidelines on how to do this:

 

Terrarium Guide

 

 

 

 

 

If you’re feeling colour-confident, why don’t you try updating your living room walls or kitchen cabinets with the fabulous colour range from Farrow&Ball. Some of the colours are bold and bright for an extra-summer vibe.

 

 

Here are some suggestions:

 

 

 

Summer bedroom refreshed with Farrow and Ball Paint. This shade is Cromarty no.285, not too blue or grey, it is the perfect shade for a July bedroom, bringing a soft touch.

 

We love a twist on walls painting, like this one here.

 

TIP: Arsenic No. 214 looks great when paired up with Farrow&Ball’s Old White, hence the contrast in colours….

 

 

 

There is something almost defiant about using the botanic Studio Green on living room walls. This colour, reflecting nature, is ideal for modern rooms creating calm and serene feeling.

 

 

 

 

*Some of the images sourced from Pintrest

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Farrow&Ball grey inspiration combined with pink

Tuesday, 4 July 2017 12:00:00 Europe/London

 

Interior Idea: Grey combined with pink for a great paired look


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Jumping on the Scandinavian-inspired bedroom trend, we have collected some great examples of grey inspired home decor, combined with a colour-confident pink. In this week's blog, we offer you two of Farrow&Ball's colour paints to accomplish the suggested home looks. The chosen grey is Dimpse No.277, which is purposely cool with blue undertones, ideal for a Scandi-inspired minimalistic bedroom.

 

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 To add an edge to the cool looks of Dimpse, use another one of Farrow&Ball's finest paints - Nancy's blushes. This confident pink can update the grey base and work as an accent to the entire room interior.

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 It is certain that this neutral paired look can also be used in a children's bedroom, creating a relaxed ambiance.

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The suggested combination can also be used in a quirky wall decoration way, as it creates a remarkable contarst in between the two selected colours.

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If you're not into bright pink walls, you can always accessorizethe grey-dominated room with pink-based homeware, like cushions, throws or blinds.

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 The great colour scheme ideas from Farrow&Ball could accomplish any look. And the current key interior design trend is no exception.

 

*All images sourced from Pintrest

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All White Inspiration

Tuesday, 20 June 2017 14:52:25 Europe/London

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

Monday, 12 June 2017 12:00:00 Europe/London

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

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London Stone Inspiration

Monday, 5 June 2017 09:43:17 Europe/London

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

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Babouche Inspiration

Monday, 29 May 2017 10:01:21 Europe/London

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

 

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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

Monday, 22 May 2017 11:38:21 Europe/London

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

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