Farrow&Ball 2019 | 9 Key Colors move seamlessly introducing a twist on shades of white, green, pink, rose, red, green, black and blue.
Farrow&Ball 2019 | 9 Key Colors
First, two neural tones including a “soft off-white”, School House White No. 291.
And Jitney No. 293, “a relaxed brown based neutral”. A backdrop that compliments many color schemes including gray or brown.
Second, two shades of green including, Bancha No. 298, “a mid-century modern green”. And Treron No. 292, a dark grey-green “perfect for modern homes where lots of natural materials are used”.
Third, an updated take on rose, pink & red. Sulking Room Pink No. 295 a “romantic and muted rose with enormous warmth”. Rangwali No. 296 an “exotic and adventurous pink”. Preference Red No. 297 a “deep rich red” that coordinates with any of the Red Based Neutrals.
Fourth, a bold twist on black, Paean Black No. 294 is a “chic red based black”. Paean Black “creates an intimate feel in super contemporary or bohemian homes”.
Lastly, ending with my favorite color within the palette, De Nines No. 299, a “quietly elegant blue that feels wonderfully down to earth”. Inspired by “everyday workwear” and named after the French City, Nimes, where denim originated.
Thanks for stopping in today! be happy & be comfortable in your home ~ Nancy