Floaty, flirtatious and flamboyant, the only way to describe the new floral designs from British craftsmen in paint and paper, Farrow & Ball, unveiled today!
Taking inspiration from the current trends of texture, maximalism and returning to nature, the experts in colour have introduced three contemporary floral wallpapers that are richly textured and uplifting twists on traditional patterns.
Farrow & Ball has experimented with a range of scales and have created their largest motif design with this flamboyant floral trail, Helleborus with a repeat of over 127cm. This is a design certain to cause a stir but as ever with its range of colours from soft chalky neutral to bold deep statement shades, this pattern is usable in a wide variety of home settings.
Taking its name from the Greek goddess of fruit and flowers, Hegemone has a more traditional scale, and is a wonderful flirtatiously, trailing all-over wonderfully flamboyant large scale floral pattern.
The third is named after the Atacama desert that experiences the phenomenon of “flowering desert”. Usually the driest place in the world, every 5 to 7 years the region experiences rainfall that causes buried seeds to flower creating a carpet of colour. Atacama has a playful ‘boho’ floaty feel with its intricate botancial design.
As ever with Farrow & Ball, the wallpapers are created in colours from their wonderfully wide range of paints. So there is never a problem to find the matching, or toning paint colour for any of their designs. Each design is available in seven colourways from soft neutrals and muted pastels, to striking colour combinations with metallic accents. Colourways range from bold Stiffkey Blue and Vardo, to earthy tones Cromarty and Mahogany, as well as neutrals Ammonite and Purbeck Stone.