Archive Collection: Black Blue
A sophisticated black-blue
Black Blue takes its name from the two essential pigments that make up its rich colour. This deep shade appears much bluer when seen in large areas, especially when used in Full Gloss. When painted on small areas, or contrasted with a bright white, it will appear almost black in colour. Wherever it’s used, this saturated tone feels incredibly sophisticated.
Recommended Primer & Undercoat: Dark Tones
Complementary white: Ammonite
Select a surface and then a finish to add this product to your basket.
- Interior walls and ceilings
- Interior wood and metal
- Interior concrete or wooden floors
- Exterior wood and metal
- Specialist decoration of an older property
ECO-FRIENDLY AND CHILD-SAFE
Back in 2010, we moved our entire range to an eco-friendly water base that’s low odour, low VOC and child-safe, becoming the first in the industry to do so. Easy to clean without harmful solvents, in tins that can be recycled again and again, our paints help to reduce the environmental impact of redecorating your home.
Every one of our paint colours is available in a range of durable interior and exterior paint finishes, each rigorously tested to ensure an exceptional depth of colour and long-lasting finish. For the very best results, we always recommend using a Farrow & Ball Primer & Undercoat – see above for the correct tone for this colour.
All Farrow & Ball finishes except Limewash contain isothiazolinones, which may produce an allergic reaction. Farrow & Ball Limewash contains calcium hydroxide which can cause severe damage in contact with skin or eyes. For further information about our products, including guidance on safe use and application, click here to view our advice pages.
Limewash: Danger. Causes skin irritation. Causes serious eye damage. May cause respiratory irritation.
Exterior Eggshell and Exterior Masonry: Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects. Contains isothiazolinones. May produce an allergic reaction.
All other finishes: Contains isothiazolinones. May produce an allergic reaction.