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Meet Eleven New Colors

There's now a new set of colours joining Farrow & Ball's rank of all-time favorites to give you even more choice. Whether you dare to go bold or prefer warm neutrals, these versatile new shades range from a lively flame red to a delicate pink, and a forest green to a lighter take on the elegant yet grounding blue, De Nimes.

Collectively, each colour doesn't stray from Farrow & Ball's 'signature richness, depth, and extraordinary response to light'. These colours are vibrant yet comforting, giving a sense of warmth and character to living spaces, however big or small.

The new Farrow & Ball colours are inspired by moments of joy, comfort and refreshment to help us feel emotionally at ease and allow the senses to delight in the decoration of our home.

The spirit of adventure
The name of this flame-red hue was originally used to describe the deceit of pirates. Full of buccaneering spirit, it’s perfect to add some joy to any room scheme.

A gentle surround
A historic-feeling pink, developed for the dining room at Templeton House to offset the magnificent Wedgwood plaques made to commemorate a former owner.

An enduring friendship
A clean mid-green, named in honor of a kind and generous member of the Farrow & Ball team who passed away. 

A rejuvenating swim
Named after the circular currents enjoyed by wild swimmers as a natural jacuzzi, this is a lighter shade than French Gray – or a greener alternative to Cromarty.

An architectural piece
Sitting between Railings and Down Pipe, this colour is inspired by the attractively designed iron containers used to catch rainwater at the top of a downpipe.

A spot of bridwatching
A clean cool blue inspired by the wings of these noisy seabirds when seen in bright sunlight, this colour sits between Parma Gray and Lulworth Blue.

A nourishing breakfast
This warm neutral with an underlying grey is inspired by the nurturing porridge favored over many centuries in Ireland. A lighter version of sandy Jitney.

A definitive line
A lighter version of De Nimes, named after the highly prized denim woven on a shuttle loom to produce closed edges.

A delicate connection
The lightest and most delicate of our pinks, this charming colour is that of the tacks used in Haute Couture ateliers.

Arboreal joy
This softer version of Breakfast Room Green is inspired by the papery winged seeds beloved by many playful young gardeners and nature lovers.

An enveloping atmosphere
Inspired by midnight skies, this spiritual colour is named after the term Homer used to describe the sea, and is perfect to create an intimate space.