One of Farrow & Ball’s newest colours, this particular shade of grey was introduced to the range in 2011. In certain lights, grey can be seen as oppressive – not so with Plummett, which manages to be just light enough to feel cool and contemporary.
Named after the lead weight used in fishing, this metallic shade looks fantastic alongside darker woods such as iroko and walnut (though will suit any wooden worktop), and is ideal for cabinet frontals in modern solid oak kitchens with an industrial vibe.
Alternatively, consider creating a ‘feature’ wall in your kitchen with Plummett; choose bright white tones throughout the space to produce a sense of complementary contrast (New White would be a good pick).
Consider the natural light in the room, too. Sitting amongst our ‘Strong Accents’ selection, in warm summer light this attractive grey takes on light earthy tones, whilst in the colder light of winter, it possesses hints of blue.
If you’d like to see how cabinet doors painted in Plummett will look in the light of your kitchen – or any other room for that matter – then order one (or more) of our mini painted cabinet door kitchen samples. They’re a steal at only £20 including delivery, and can be hand-finished in Plummet, or any of the other Farrow & Ball shades available.