On Thursday, 18 April, Farrow & Ball launched some of its most iconic and sought after wallpaper designs in new metallic colourways.
The collection of 25 wallpapers includes nine of the brand’s best loved and most striking designs: Lotus, Tessella, Gable, Enigma, Tourbillon, Bamboo, Ringwold, Amime and Yukutori.
In colourways punctuated with shimmering silvers, burnished coppers and lustrous golds, the designs are ideal for creating an impactful and luxurious scheme in your home.
17 of the wallpapers will be printed with one of the nine new paint colours launched in 2018 as their ground colour (including the beautiful De Nimes, Paeen Black and Preference Red).
Like all Farrow & Ball wallpapers, the designs are handcrafted by the brand’s expert craftspeople, who use traditional printing methods, layering richly pigmented paints to create uniquely textured paper protected with a wipeable glaze.
The wallpapers encompass some of the brand's most popular designs, including sumptuous damasks, graphic geometrics and delicate orals that radiate character.
Each design can be paired with a complementary Farrow & Ball paint colour to create an effortless and cohesive scheme in any room of your home.
Deepening from subtle neutrals to dark inky blues, each paint shade is created with a blend of up to five pigments for an extraordinary depth of colour. Responding to all types of light, the varying undertones within every hue gently shift in light and shade to bring homes to life.
“As people have become more confident in their use of colour, so too have they become more interested in the use of pattern and the introduction of texture in a scheme so we hope these designs will excite you as much as they do us”, says Farrow & Ball's Head of Creative Charlotte Cosby.
To buy the wallpapers, visit Farrow & Ball (opens in new tab) or stockists from 18 April 2019.
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