Farrow & Ball launch an exquisite new palette

February 1st, 2016

Nine exquisite new colours
Nine exquisite new colours
Brewers has an extensive collection of paints and wallpapers from exquisite designer brands, all with exceptionally opulent finishes to create ambiance in any space.

Farrow and Ball, who have been crafting paint and paper in Britain for 70 years, have unveiled an exciting new palette of nine enticing additional colours all available from your local Brewers branch from 1st February 2016.
From soft neutrals and muted pastels, to strong brights and rich dark tones, the new additions enhance existing colour families and add new accents to the iconic colour palette.

Carefully chosen to refresh the Farrow & Ball colour card while retaining a timeless feel, the new colours replace nine existing shades to retain an edited palette of 132 paint colours.

A fitting tribute to the company’s rich heritage, the nine new hues are made in the same way as all Farrow & Ball paints, using only the finest quality ingredients and according to age-old methods. Like all Farrow & Ball colours, the new additions are available in a full range of interior and exterior, modern and traditional, paint finishes.

Discover the new colours:


Farrow & ball's key dates

John Farrow and Richard Ball founded the company
F&B supplied paint for Ford Motor Cars in Dagenham and Liverpool
Tom Helme and Martin Ephson took over the running of the company.
F&B began making artisanal wallpapers using block printing methods
They decided to change the whole catalogue of paints to water based finishes with low or minimal VOC content.
The Chromologist magazine launched