Taken from 19th Century french archives, lattice is a wallpaper of palpable class. The undulating pattern ripples up the length of the
paper, creating a mesmerising and hypnotic design. Available in 5 colourways.
When it comes to choosing colour, there are no strict rules but there are many factors to take into consideration. Architecture, the purpose, shape and direction of a room and above all light, should be taken into account as they will contribute to the changing appearance of colours.
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Before making your final colour choice, we recommend that you test selected paint colours in the room to be decorated. All 132 colours are available in 100ml sample pots of Estate Emulsion. Paint onto a piece of paper or card and place it in the room to be decorated looking at how the colour changes at different times of the day. This is particularly useful when you are decorating a room which you will only use at certain times of day. For instance, if you are decorating a dining room which is mostly used in the evening, check the colours in evening light to ensure you get your desired look.
Start by thinking how light moves through your house and the effect it has at different times of the day
Consider the period of your property and whether this also influences your choice
Think about the colours you are comfortable with - look at your clothes, your car, furniture and fabrics. Decide on a palette that feels right to you
Don’t be tempted to use too many colours on architectural features as you may distract from the very thing you are trying to enhance
The traditional approach to decorating is more colour on the walls than on the woodwork; however, reversing this can be equally effective
Monochromatic schemes are particularly good for irregular shaped rooms as they help to iron out any visual faults
To help, when you browse colours in our online store, we’ll show you four different colour schemes for each colour. Similarly, you can view complementary colour schemes for every wallpaper online. Alternatively, visit one of our showrooms where in-store colour consultants are on hand to provide complimentary advice on paint colours and finishes. Click here to ponder over our 132 highly pigmented paints.
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A high quality matt emulsion designed for use throughout the house on ceilings and walls. The chalky matt finish has unrivalled depth of colour and defines the Farrow & Ball look. This is a water based finish.
This low odour paint has a dead flat finish. Suitable for interior woodwork, plaster and metal where a very matt finish is required. Not suitable for use in kitchens, bathrooms, on furniture or areas of heavy wear. This is a water based finish.
This low sheen, high performance wall and ceiling paint is ideal for use in kitchens, bathrooms, children's rooms, hallways and other areas of high usage. This is a water based finish.
A traditional high gloss finish which is suitable for both interior and exterior wood and metalwork. No longer restricted to front doors and woodwork, it can also be used for dramatic effect on ceilings and walls. This is a water based finish.
An extremely durable eggshell finish which is ideal for all interior woodwork and metal including radiators. It provides a tough, washable and easily maintained surface and is an excellent complement to our Estate Emulsion and Modern Emulsion. This is a water based finish.
This hard-wearing paint has a classic eggshell finish and is an ideal way of treating timber or concrete floors. Suitable for use in virtually every area of the house, from hallways to kitchens, bathrooms, utility rooms, playrooms and offices. This is a water based finish.
Flexible and durable, this water based eggshell has good water shedding properties yet allows wood to breathe. For exterior use on wood and metal surfaces, including doors, window frames, cladding, barge boards, railing and gates, guttering and garden furniture. This is a water based finish.
This finish has the hallmark Farrow & Ball mattness coupled with exceptional durability. Extremely tough and hard-wearing, it can be used on all masonry surfaces. Not available in all colours. This is a water based finish.
For use on limestone, lime renders and plasters as well as wattle and daub. Not available in all colours. This is a water based finish.
Suitable for interior plaster walls and ceilings. This paint has excellent covering power and breathes well. This is a traditional paint and though easy to apply requires some specialist understanding to achieve the best results. This is a water based finish.
A simple, traditional distemper bound with natural resins to create a flat powdery finish. It allows ceilings to breathe and can be used on fine plasterwork to enhance detailing. Not available in all colours. This is a water based finish.
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For use on exterior woodwork to provide a protective and breathable foundation when using Exterior Eggshell or Full Gloss.
For use on plaster when using Estate® Emulsion and Modern Emulsion. Available in ten colours.
For use on bare wood when using Estate® Eggshell, Full Gloss and Dead Flat. Available in ten colours.
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