Farrow & Ball has taken some of its colours out of the archive and created a joyous marriage in pairing them with Liberty’s fabric and wallpaper collection.
The sample pots are designed using Liberty prints as the background and are so pretty that you’ll want to keep them and reuse when empty.
Here are the colours that have been pulled out of archive and are back in circulation: Clunch No 2009, Archive No 227, Smoked Trout No 60, Potted Shrimp No 9906, Fruit Fool No 9911, Cola No 9918, Serge No 9919 , Sloe Blue No 87, Berrington Blue No 14, Olive No 13, Suffield Green No 77, Chine Green No 35, Cane No 53, Chemise No 216 and Pantalon No 221
Clunch No 2009
Archive No 227 is a stronger, warmer version of Joa’s White. It’s considered a classic taupe, it has a slightly cleaner feel than Oxford Stone and creates a rich glow in any room. This colour works particularly well in dimly lit rooms if you want to create a cosy environment, but can be surprisingly orange in brighter spaces.
Smoked Trout No 60
Potted Shrimp No 9906
Fruit Fool No 991
Cola No 9918
Serge No 9919 is a shade named after the original fabric used to make jeans. It makes a wonderful dining room colour, creating an elegant feel that’s well-suited to entertaining spaces.
Sloe Blue No 87 (formerly Claydon Blue)
Berrington Blue No 14
Chine Green No 35 (formerly Trust Green) is an earthy green. Used on cabinets, it creates the familiar feel of a working kitchen in an old country house; used outdoors, it makes for a subtle woodwork colour, mirroring the green of any surrounding foliage.
Olive No 13
Suffield Green No 77
Cane No 53
Chemise No 216
Pantalon No 221
All of these colours are supported with sample pots that we have in our shop and brush out boards, swatches and other resources to help with colour choice.
All images are courtesy of Farrow & Ball unless otherwise stated.