Sudbury Yellow

No. 51

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

Sudbury Yellow, which takes its names from the staircase at Sudbury Hall, is particularly susceptible to changes in different light conditions. It reads cleaner and brighter in well lit rooms, particularly when contrasted with a bright white, and softens down in spaces deprived of light and with a stronger contrast like Old White. White & Light Tones Undercoat.

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Sudbury Yellow 3.8 5 6 6
Great coverage with a lovely Matt finish Made a really warm coloured feature wall. Very pleased with the finish 06 February 2015
Gives warmth and light to an old cottage We have used Farrow and Ball paints on our old cottage for a number of years. The choice of colours means we can always find something suitable for an old property that is not always suited to more contemporary colours. Easy to apply and the on line ordering and delivery service is excellent. 19 October 2014
A high quality user friendly paint that oozes original patina. A rich colour of paint that was easy to paint with. It has a nice consistency and gave great coverage. I was looking for original colours which i had found in patches on my walls. This paint gave me that depth of originality and compliments with a chalkiness that oozes period charm 17 March 2014
Eh! Like the previous review, I was disappointed with the how bright this colour came up. We had originally settled on Sudbury Yellow because as Farrow & Ball suggested, if you want a yellow that is more 'sophisticated' go for a colour with more green in it. You can see the green in the egg shell we have bought for the wood work. The estate emulsion came up a more peachy colour. We have a two tone room! Not happy. 02 December 2013
warm and inviting We love this colour and it looks great on a feature wall 15 November 2012
Sudbury yellow the colour came up much 'brighter' than expected. I had hoped for more of an ochre #'old'# colour as painting an old pice of furniture. 23 September 2012
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