News: Colours and new releases for 2020
They haven’t released any new colours but are, instead, predicting the shades from the current collection that they think will take off this year.Joa Studholme, the company’s colour curator, said this year is all about creating homes that we are proud to show off to friends and family and that will be reflected in the use of strong, saturated colour.This has proved so popular the range has expanded to include wallpapers, most of which also have a nature theme to them.The patterns are bold and intricate so they won’t be for everyone but they certainly fit with the nature and strong colour theme that seems be the direction for 2020.And a last minute press released from British Standard by Plain English, also predicted bold colours and strong colour combinations for the year ahead.
Farrow & Ball Duck Green No. W55
Duck Green is from our new Colour by Nature palette, created in collaboration with the Natural History Museum to bring the true colours of nature into your home.A smart deep greenNamed after the deep green plumage of a mallard, Duck Green is a wonderful reminder of the exquisite colours of nature.Strong but subdued, it offers a contemporary alternative to charcoal shades for modern homes, and makes a warm and welcoming pair with Deep Reddish Brown on woodwork.
Duck Green No.W55
Quantity Decrease quantity for Duck Green No.W55 Increase quantity for Duck Green No.W55A smart deep greenNamed after the deep green plumage of a mallard, Duck Green is a wonderful reminder of the exquisite colours of nature.Strong but subdued, it offers a contemporary alternative to charcoal shades for modern homes, and makes a warm and welcoming pair with Deep Reddish Brown on woodwork.Recommended Primer & Undercoat: Dark TonesComplementary white: Ash GreySamples available in Estate Emulsion only.Colour by NatureDuck Green is from our new Colour by Nature palette, created in collaboration with the Natural History Museum to bring the true colours of nature into your home.Farrow & Ball Duck Green No.W55 Video Sample
So what are the key colour trends when it comes to paint that retailers and designers should know about for 2021?What colour trends do you see particularly coming through for kitchens?In order to ground these schemes, introduce a strong colour like Studio Green on a central kitchen island which will make everything around it look bigger and lighter.How will the colour trends for painted kitchen cabinetry differ from the trends for the wider room scheme?Softer greens like Breakfast Room Green can feel reassuringly familiar, while more intense Duck Green serves to ground us.
Farrow & Ball Launch New 'Colour by Nature' Paint Series
Scotch Blue, Orange Colored White, Dutch Orange, Sap Green, Snow White, and Duck Green bring new order to objects we thought we knew.Turns out they are not merely artful knickknacks, but inspired color samples of paint you can buy there.There are four greens alone: Duck, Emerald, Sap, and Verdigris, not to mention Scotch Blue.Photo: Adrian GautStandefer and Alesch, whose architecture firm Roman & Williams was founded in 2002, were fans of the book.The 1915 museum cases were found in Amsterdam.
Mountain Cottages and Duck Green: Friday Finds
So now I’m craving anything warm and cozy, and anything the color green, which reminds me of summer.Take a moment of “me time” and enjoy this week’s Friday Finds with your favorite warm beverage!Perhaps it’s warm coziness we’re all after, because mountain and/or cabin style is definitely enjoying a resurgence these days.On another note, I’m currently crushing on Farrow and Ball’s Duck Green paint color.If you visit the page, you’ll see a claw foot tub painted Duck Green and I’m thinking the upstairs claw foot tub would look great in this color.
New colours by Farrow & Ball with the Natural History Museum
New colours by Farrow & Ball with the Natural History MuseumWhenever everyone’s colour card favourite, Farrow & Ball, launch new paint colours I’m always keen to find out what’s in store as I know it will be a treat.The way they keep their colour palette looking so sophisticated is each colour seems to have an undertone of grey or black.The new collection is called ‘Colour by Nature’ and is a celebration of colours found in the natural world.With a love of nature comes a need to be more eco-friendly and sustainable and F&B’s eco credentials were paramount to the Natural History museum entering into the collaboration.Says Maxine Lister, head of licensing, Natural History Museum: “Ware very excited to be working alongside a company that is so committed to minimising their environmental impact.
Farrow & Ball Colour by Nature collection with the Natural History
Farrow & Ball and the Natural History Museum have collaborated on a range of sixteen new paint colours inspired by Werner's Nomenclature of Colours.Published in 1814, this taxonomic guide to the colors of the natural world was an invaluable tool for artists of the period, and scientists such as Charlies Darwin.'Duck Green' evokes the colour of a Mallard's neck, while 'Emerald Green' is drawn from the beauty spot on the wing of a teal drake.Maxine Lister of the Natural History Museum said of the collaboration, 'We are very excited to be working alongside a company that is so committed to minimising their environmental impact.MAY WE SUGGEST: Farrow and Ball paint colours in real homes
New Farrow & Ball Colors 2020 Inspired By Nature
Hi Everyone,There have been some requests to go over the new Farrow and Ball paint colors 2020.And, he gave me a fresh card for the regular Farrow & Ball collection colors 2020.On the Farrow & Ball colors 2020 color card, they state the inspiration for the color via animal, vegetable, and mineral.And, the last color from the Farrow & Ball Colors 2020 – inspired by the Natural History Museum is:DEEP REDDISH BROWNI’m struggling with this color, as well.please pin to Pinterest for referenceSo, what do you think of this new collection of Farrow & Ball Colors 2020?
All White£31.00750ml / Estate Eggshell 750ml / Modern Eggshell 750ml / Dead Flat 750ml / Full Gloss 750ml / Exterior Eggshell 2.5l / Estate Emulsion 2.5l / Modern Emulsion 2.5l / Estate Eggshell 2.5l / Modern Eggshell 2.5l / Dead Flat 2.5l / Full Gloss 2.5l / Casein Distemper 2.5l / Exterior Eggshell 5l / Estate Emulsion 5l / Modern Emulsion 5l / Estate Eggshell 5l / Modern Eggshell 5l / Dead Flat 5l / Soft Distemper 5l / Casein Distemper 5l / Exterior Masonry Paint 5l / Limewash White 5l / Limewash Coluors 100ml / Sample Pot Size 750ml 2.5l 5l 100ml Finish Estate Eggshell Modern Eggshell Dead Flat Full Gloss Exterior Eggshell Estate Emulsion Modern Emulsion Casein Distemper Soft Distemper Exterior Masonry Paint Limewash White Limewash Coluors Sample Pot Add to CartProduct DescriptionAll White is exactly what it says!Unusually, it contains no other pigment except for white, creating the softest most sympathetic colour without the colder blue undertones of a brilliant white.One of our Contemporary Neutrals, All White pairs seamlessly with Skimming Stone and Strong White for a warm scheme with a slight edge.For a clean and almost graphic finish, contrast with fresh, strong tones like Pitch Black and St Giles Blue.ALL WHITE from Farrow & Ball on Vimeo.
The Beauty of Green
The Beauty of Green - Farrow and Ball's Colour By Nature25 April 2020We are almost one quarter of the way through 2020 and as we are spending the majority of our time at home right now, home renovations are at the top of many people’s to do lists.Green is a fresh colour with undertones of the outdoors, making it an ideal choice for households who are looking to bring the beauty of nature inside.Resident colour curator Joa Studholme at Farrow & Ball reports that, ‘as we become increasingly environmentally aware, we’re collectively craving a connection with the natural world, which is why deep Duck Green and earthy, organic Sap Green by Farrow & Ball feel perfect for the home in 2020’.Pictured above: Duck Green and Sap Green are part of the new Colour by Nature collection from Farrow & BallBoth tones are part of the new Colour by Nature palette, which has been created in collaboration with the Natural History Museum.These green undertones are well suited for the first year in a new decade as the colour symbolises a fresh start.
Farrow & Ball Teams Up with Liberty for a Picture-Perfect Edit of
The curated palette, launched in celebration of Farrow & Ball’s 75th anniversary, pairs 15 of the manufacturer’s cult favorite colors (or should we say “ colours ”?)Liberty’s Botanical Flora print brings out the subtle pink undertones in Farrow & Ball’s Cola (on mantel).Courtesy Farrow & BallAccording to Farrow & Ball color curator Joa Studholme—also the mastermind behind the company’s famously quirky color names—the union was a match made in heaven: “We've always been admirers of each other,” she says.“I think Farrow & Ball must be in my bones or something because it was just so easy,” Bennett jokes.“The colors and the patterns just went together.”“The paint edit, which includes adorable 100-milliliter sample pots, themselves printed with Liberty patterns, will be available to purchase starting October 1 in Farrow & Ball showrooms.
1stdibs Shutters Gallery, Michael S. Smith Debuts Direct-to
Business1stdibs Shutters Its Mega-Gallery1stdibs’s massive New York space, 1stdibs Gallery, is closing.Unveiled in just February of this year, this latest 1stdibs showroom was a significant departure from its previous location at the New York Design Center.Photo: James MerrellProduct LaunchesMichael S. Smith Debuts Direct-to-Consumer LineEsteemed AD100 designer Michael S. Smith is undoubtedly best known for reenvisioning the Obama White House.But now, in the midst of juggling various high-profile projects, Smith is launching a new venture: his very own direct-to-consumer business.Chen Chen & Kai Williams Arrive at West ElmFollowers of design duo Chen Chen & Kai Williams are more accustomed to encountering their works at locations such as Casa Perfect, then, say, your local West Elm store.
Dark Pine Forest Green Solid Color Pairs to Farrow and Ball 2020
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Duck Green, Dutch Orange, Snow White
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Colour By Nature: Farrow & Ball and the Natural History Museum
Written by NDA tutor, Stephen Matthewman-KnowlesIt is always interesting when a paint company launches a new range of paint colours, and Farrow & Ball’s latest collection is no different; working closely with the Natural History Museum.Recognised as one of London’s major tourist attractions and home to an eclectic collection of natural wonders.As a source of inspiration and interest, the Natural History Museum has given Farrow & Ball the opportunity to explore their extensive archives, resulting in a diverse and indulgent range of new paint colours.Utilising the expansive material that the Natural History Museum has to offer, this collection is sure to be another successful collaboration for Farrow & Ball.There’s no better way to explore a paint collection than trying it!