Joa's White

No. 226

* Samples available in Estate Emulsion only. Colours on screen may vary from actual paint.

Joa’s White was named after our original Colour Consultant who developed many of the Farrow & Ball colours. It is a very warm neutral with the merest hint of underlying black which makes it perfect to combine with the limestone, leather and linens so often used in classic contemporary homes. Joa’s White is a warmer and more contemporary version of the classic Off-White. Mid Tones Undercoat.

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Joa's White 4.8 5 21 21
Beautiful overall effect The colour is stunning and adds depth to the room. It is also lovely to apply. 03 June 2015
Good quality and longevity An excellent quality paint with good wearing record and can easily be cleaned. First class colour choice. 15 May 2015
light and airy I love this color, my husband hates white paint but this is a beautiful tint of cream with a hint of yellow, it really lightened up the living room. I am going to carry this color into the kitchen 03 May 2015
Great paint. Well worth the price. I used this to pant directly onto the less than perfect bare plaster walls in a bedroom in our Georgian house. 3 coats later it looks great and has a surprisingly uniform finish given what's underneath. We used £150 of F&B paint but the end result was so much better than we've achieved in other rooms with cheaper brands that I'd say it was well worth it. 04 February 2015
Nice upgrade from magnolia We had typical magnolia everywhere and wanted a not too dramatic change , Joa's White worked perfectly. We went for a contrast with white on the rear wall and chimney breast , looks great and the quality of the paint is obvious to see. Highly recommend this colour . 29 December 2014
Matched perfectly in my kitchen Rich latte colour looks perfect against oak kitchen top and off white cupboards 27 September 2014
Looks great in West facing room but slightly too peach in our East facing room We wanted a white that was not yellow or green or cold or bright- something with a warmth to it. Joa's looks lovely in the east facing bedroom but is too peach for my liking in the West facing room. It almost looks pink. I can imagine it looking great in a Cotswold stone house or even by the seaside in a room flooded with light but in our Victorian town house it doesn't quite work. I wanted sandy as opposed to peachy. We are using skimming stone in the rest of the house so it will be interesting to compare. I have a feeling we may replace the Joa's with skimming stone in this room. Otherwise, used Dimity on the ceiling and pointing on the woodwork, both of which are absolutely gorgeous. Dimity is greyer than I thought it would be but just lovely- even our decorator said what a beautiful ceiling colour it was and how refreshing it was that we had not gone for plain white. 31 August 2014
Superb product As usual this Farrow & Ball paint is a pleasure to use and I wouldn't consider using any other brand. 29 August 2014
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