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A bold and traditional design, Block Print Stripe has an utterly timeless appeal and simple elegance. The quietly confident stripes bring together three
Farrow & Ball paint colours.



Wallpaper in Block Print Stripe BP 768, skirting in Studio Green No.93 | Estate Eggshell
Walls in Block Print Stripe BP 768, skirting: Studio Green No.93 | Estate Eggshell



BLOCK PRINT STRIPE BP 768

Reimagined by Michelle Aberizk, Colour Consultant at our Los Angeles showroom

“I’m naturally drawn to deep greens like Green Smoke and Studio Green which pair perfectly with soft neutrals. This colour combination is earthy yet sophisticated.”

“Hallways are the perfect place to add rich colour and pattern, making a bold statement and setting the tone for the rest of the home. If you’re feeling brave, try hanging stripes horizontally for something a little more unexpected and graphic.

To create a more cohesive scheme, establish your trim colour and use it throughout each room. Start in the main living area and work your way from there, helping make the transition between spaces feel smooth and your decisions easier.”


Bespoke Grey Ground

Studio Green
No.93

Green Smoke
No.47










BLOCK PRINT STRIPE BP 769

Reimagined by Philippe Szczuka, Colour Consultant at our Paris Rive Gauche showroom

“To create our new Block Print Stripe, I chose to combine neutral Shaded White with muted Cromarty. This is then brought together with a flash of vibrant Yellowcake.”

“The vivid yellow and comforting greys of this design create a very homely and folkloric feel which sits just as well in a library as in a child's bedroom.”


Cromarty
No.285

Shaded White
No.201

Yellowcake
No.279


Wallpaper in Block Print Stripe BP 769, skirting in Shaded White No. 201 | Estate Eggshell
Walls in Block Print Stripe BP 769, skirting: Shaded White No.201 | Estate Eggshell






Wallpaper in Block Print Stripe BP 770, skirting in Arsenic No.214 | Estate Eggshell
Walls in Block Print Stripe BP 770, skirting: Arsenic No.214 | Estate Eggshell


BLOCK PRINT STRIPE BP 770

Reimagined by Scott Silcox, Colour Consultant at our Marylebone showroom

“A Stiffkey Blue ground gives this design a feeling of upbeat informality, with a wonderful richness of colour.”

“I’ve found that many are often more inclined to be bolder with walls in ground floor cloakrooms, formal dining rooms, and children’s bedrooms, but there are often opportunities to introduce colour and pattern in our more neutral spaces.

Start by using an unexpected colour on a table base perhaps, or a paper pattern on the inside of a freestanding cupboard.”


Stiffkey Blue
No.281

Vardo
No.288

Arsenic
No.214