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The art of paint perfection: Farrow & Ball's new colours

farrow & Ball new paint colours

At the heart of colour creation and innovation for the industry of interiors and decor, you’ll find Farrow & Ball. Creating exceptionally high quality paints in a collection of carefully crafted colours.

Their latest announcement of nine new colours has captivated décor enthusiasts including ourselves, using Farrow & Ball paint as a bespoke service in our painted kitchens. We explored these beautiful new tones, using them with our primed wood finished Croft kitchen cabinet.

The New Colours

A red based black, Paean black is Georgian inspired colour conjuring up images of old leather hymnals. A deep and dark tone, we believe this will be beautifully paired on internal metalwork. The romantic, muted rose of sulking room pink is designed for that light, feminine bedroom tone, aptly named after the French ‘bouder’ – to sulk. We believe this would pair beautifully in a room with Hammonds White Ash finished fitted furniture.

Rangwali is a bright and exotic pink that creates beautiful and dramatic shades by absorbing the depth of colour with a variance of light. A rich deep red with an edge of purple, this baroque colour, Preference Red, is named in honour of the original name of the F&B Company, Preference Paints.

A mid-century modern green named after Japanese tea leaves, Bancha is a strong colour perfect for kitchens. A down to earth blue hue, De Nimes, named from the everyday workwear made in the French city Nimes. 

Leading onto the more neutrals of the group, School House White is a soft, light shade named after the shaded white from school walls. Treron is a grey green version of Farrow & Ball classic Pigeon. With a traditional, modern feel we feel this pairs beautifully with shaker style kitchen cabinetry. A relaxed, earthy tone, Jitney reminds us of sandy beaches and Oxford Stone and is beautiful when paired with warm woods and brown based tones. 

New Farrow and Ball paint colours

Farrow & Ball with the Croft furniture

We explored the beautiful new colours on a primed kitchen cabinet in the Croft range. Each tone brings something unique accompanying the furniture, while the bolder tones of Paean Black and Preference Red will create depth and shadows in eye-catching tones, Old School House White and Jitney will be bright and reflect the light while paired beautifully with grey worktops. Treron and De Nime match closely with our current palette tones like Sea Salt and Boat House Blue, creating a relaxed and modern painted finish paired with the classic shaker style cabinetry.

Painted Fitted Kitchens

In our painted kitchen collection we have a wide palette of beautiful colours available to select for your wood finish cabinetry from cool neutrals to bold tones. In addition, have the option to use our custom Farrow & Ball paint service. Selecting the colours from their collection, our skilled French polishers will attend your home to paint your new kitchen in your desired choice of Farrow & Ball paint.  

Highbury custom painted kitchen

This painted Highbury kitchen has been painted in Green Smoke and Strong White. Creating eye catching contrasting colours balanced beautifully with an Athena compact Icezment Glace finish worktop.

Hammonds Furniture Abingdon

Croft painted U-shaped kitchen

This U-shaped shaker style range painted in Plummett no.272 and Alabaster creates a homely yet modern aesthetic for a family home. The thin framed inset door Croft range is here beautifully paired with a bright Athena Compac Luna worktop

Cheltenham Showroom

If you'd like to find out more about the custom paint service for your own Hammonds fitted kitchen, why not visit your local Hammonds showroom to see, touch and explore the kitchen displays and talk to a friendly store demonstrator over a hot drink. Or, visit the design visit page or call 08000214360 to arrange a friendly face to face chat at a time that suits you best to discuss with an expert Hammonds kitchen designer. They'll measure the room, show you samples and discuss your storage requirements along with your style and preferences. Then on the next visit see your new kitchen come to life with a bespoke designed ARTicad computerised visual.

 

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