Our Values

We have set ourselves aside from other paint companies by creating a product of quality, using only the finest ingredients and rich pigments.

Not only do we take pride in how we create our products, but also in how we treat our people.

We have created an open, honest and trusting culture which is underpinned by our company values. We live our values every day through the entire business from manufacturing right through to our showrooms, from London to New York.

We think our values help to create a diverse and inclusive environment which helps all of our people work to the best of their ability and enjoy the time they spend at work.


Courage

“Pelt” It’s a bold, regal colour which represents strength, courage and leadership. As a company we want to lead not follow. We need people to push the boundaries of their roles, to take ownership and lead when others may not.

Excellence

“Dorset Cream” Going for gold in everything we do. We want individuals and teams to act in a way they will be proud of, inspiring diligence, respect and support across the company. The Crème de la Crème, the cream of the crop.

Honesty

“All White” because we want to be plain speaking, and have clear and open communication with our employees, customers and suppliers.

Team

“Pitch Blue” because on the pitch – individuals work as a team. Together we are stronger, have more potential and as a team we can achieve more.

Quirky

“Elephant’s Breath” because who else would call a paint colour that? We want people to be original; challenging the norm and being adventurous with their thinking.

Passionate

“Incarnadine” An ancient term for crimson, the colour of blood, red roses and passion with a capital P! It evokes feelings of depth of belief, warmth, and conviction. Employee’s take personal ownership for their part in Farrow & Ball’s success, making things happen.


Our values characterise what we believe in as a business, and by living these values, we treat everyone fairly and with respect irrespective of gender, marital status, sexual orientation, race, nationality, ethnic origin, culture, religion or belief, age, disability or any other reason.