An established silvery green
This muted green is a tribute to Richard Ball, the paint pioneer who first founded our company in Dorset, England with John Farrow. It is an old distemper colour with a more sober, established feel than fresh Cooking Apple Green. It has a magical quality of appearing almost silver in candlelight, so is great for use in dining rooms.
Recommended Primer & Undercoat: Mid Tones
Complementary white: James White
Product Safety Information
All Farrow & Ball finishes (except Limewash) contain isothiazolinones which may produce an allergic reaction.
Danger: Farrow & Ball Limewash contains calcium hydroxide which when in contact with skin causes severe skin burns and when in contact with eyes, eye damage.
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