Rainy weather getting you down? You’ve come to the right place, in that case – because we’re brightening up the greyness of February with an injection of fabulous feel-good colour from Farrow & Ball. Full of depth and charm, our chosen paints are a welcome addition to all solid oak kitchens and will really bring a splash of vibrance to an otherwise drab and drizzly month.
Farrow & Ball say their punchy ‘Blue Ground’ is conducive to a happy and upbeat atmosphere. This is a blue that never looks cold, and looks brilliant as a feature wall or on wooden cabinetry. Easy on the eye, this shade is vibrant without being vexing. Combined with shades of white, ‘Blue Ground’ looks crisp, fresh and a little Mediterranean.
Fun-loving yellow is up next in our exploration of ‘happy’ shades: a colour that has been proven to brighten moods and boost energy levels. This is never truer than when surrounded by Farrow & Ball’s ‘Citron’, which gives a warm and zesty sense of welcome in any room. For the more adventurous, this colour can be playfully paired with ‘Blue Ground’; alternatively, palettes of grey such as ‘Plummett’ and ‘Pavilion Gray’ complement ‘Citron’ beautifully.
Finally, our third Colour of the Month is ‘Pitch Blue’. Whilst a little more sedate than our first two choices, ‘Pitch Blue’ can be coupled with either shade for a funky colour clash. A hint of magenta adds a warm hue to this paint, and it looks fantastic next to ‘All White’ or ‘Wevet’.
If you are interested in seeing samples of our products in these colours, you can order a painted cabinet door sample on our website. Our miniature replicas of full-size doors are available in sanded and lacquered finishes, or painted in the Farrow & Ball colour of your choice.