The Best Looks of 2020

Written on 30th December 2020

Walls: Green Smoke

If we had to pick the best Farrow & Ball colours of 2020, we’d be hard pressed to narrow it down. Luckily, you’ve been voting all year long with your social media likes and comments, and the looks you’ve responded to have painted a clear picture of your most-loved hues.

Over the past 12 months, natural greens, soft pinks, and rich dark shades have reigned supreme, but there’s been lots of variety too. Here are a few of our favourites from the shortlist.

Green Smoke Bathroom

This Green Smoke look is proof that bathroom walls – and sanitaryware – needn’t be restricted to shades of white and grey. This complex colour, alongside accents of dark wood and tile, creates a luxurious atmosphere.

Green Smoke Bathroom

This Green Smoke look is proof that bathroom walls – and sanitaryware – needn’t be restricted to shades of white and grey. This complex colour, alongside accents of dark wood and tile, creates a luxurious atmosphere.

Setting Plaster Living Room

This Setting Plaster living room employs one of our favourite colour tricks – stopping just short of the ceiling with your wall colour, which creates a snug feel and a lot of visual interest.

Setting Plaster Living Room

This Setting Plaster living room employs one of our favourite colour tricks – stopping just short of the ceiling with your wall colour, which creates a snug feel and a lot of visual interest.

Mizzle Nursery

This Mizzle nursery shows off our child-safe paint finishes in glorious fashion. A soothing shade named after the Dorset dialect word for a mix of mist and drizzle, Mizzle gently shifts between blue, grey and green depending on the time of day.

Mizzle Nursery

This Mizzle nursery shows off our child-safe paint finishes in glorious fashion. A soothing shade named after the Dorset dialect word for a mix of mist and drizzle, Mizzle gently shifts between blue, grey and green depending on the time of day.

De Nimes Drinks Cabinet

De Nimes’ combination with Pavilion Gray walls here is a masterclass in pairing hues from our palette. Because the two shades share the same grey undertone, they strike a beautiful balance, both contrasting and complementing each other.

De Nimes Drinks Cabinet

De Nimes’ combination with Pavilion Gray walls here is a masterclass in pairing hues from our palette. Because the two shades share the same grey undertone, they strike a beautiful balance, both contrasting and complementing each other.

Peignoir Bedroom

If you’re looking for a relaxing bedroom wall colour that isn’t white or grey, why not plump for pink? Peignoir is a barely-there pinky grey that’s surprisingly changeable but always soft and soothing, and it looks just right with the touches of teal in this master bedroom.

Peignoir Bedroom

If you’re looking for a relaxing bedroom wall colour that isn’t white or grey, why not plump for pink? Peignoir is a barely-there pinky grey that’s surprisingly changeable but always soft and soothing, and it looks just right with the touches of teal in this master bedroom.

Railings Living Room

If you’ve ever wondered why Railings is one of our most popular colours, look no further than this exquisite living room. Proof that a dark wall colour can add richness and intrigue without feeling oppressive, it’s got us yearning for an all-black makeover to our own spaces.

Railings Living Room

If you’ve ever wondered why Railings is one of our most popular colours, look no further than this exquisite living room. Proof that a dark wall colour can add richness and intrigue without feeling oppressive, it’s got us yearning for an all-black makeover to our own spaces.

More of your favourites

There’s been lots to love this year – we’ve gathered even more popular pics below to inspire your 2021 projects.

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