The Farrow & Ball Archive collection has long been a favourite of those in the know, offering up the brand’s full history of colours for discovery.
Now, 15 colours from the Archive have been hand-picked by the experts at Liberty to pair with complementary interiors fabrics, creating irresistible, ready-to-use combinations of colour and print.
A Farrow & Ball First
This isn’t just Farrow & Ball’s first edit of colours designed to combine with complementary fabrics, it’s also the first time the brand has made a selection of its Archive colours available as sample pots, making it easier than ever to try your favourite colours before you take the plunge on a full project.
Discover The Edit
The Farrow & Ball Curated by Liberty edit is home to 15 expert-approved combinations of richly pigmented paint colours and Liberty interiors fabrics, creating a series of timeless looks for a new generation of homes. Here are a few of our favourites:
Serge and Regency Tulip, Lapis
Serge is the perfect medium between the rich, dark ground colour of Regency Tulip and its bold blue botanical print. Try it on woodwork – including the doors – for a luxurious look.
Suffield Green and Wiltshire Blossom, Lichen
Choosing a wall colour that mirrors the hints of green in Wiltshire Blossom, rather than the more forthcoming colours of its flowers, is a less obvious approach to building a scheme, but one that works beautifully.
Berrington Blue and Palampore Trail, Lichen
Choosing a wall colour just a few shades darker than the background colour of your fabric, as we’ve done here with Berrington Blue and Palampore Trail, creates a look that’s dynamic but still calming to live with.
Fruit Fool and Palampore Trail, Lacquer
Fruit Fool mimics the deeper, stronger coral shade in the Lacquer colourway of Palampore Trail, creating an especially vibrant look when used on wall panelling or furniture.
Sloe Blue and Felix Raison, Lichen Bright
A paisley print like Felix Raison is a timeless option for any style of home, especially in perennial shades like blue and yellow. Its pairing with Sloe Blue feels both classic and fresh, especially if the same colour is taken across the walls and woodwork.
Chemise and Hera Plume, Pewter
Hera Plume in Pewter, with its soft tone-on-tone print, is a stunning option for adding just a hint of pattern to a scheme. Keep the rest of the look minimal with walls painted in Chemise.
How Farrow & Ball Specification Can Help
If you’re interested in undertaking a project with colours from the Farrow & Ball Archive, look no further than Farrow & Ball’s specification service for support from start to finish.
You’ll be assigned your own dedicated specification manager, who will work closely with you throughout the process, all the way through from choosing colours, finishes, and volumes of product to aftercare. Email [email protected] for more information.
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