ROLL REVIVAL – THREE NEW WALLPAPERS FROM FARROW & BALL

To celebrate 20 years of working with Brewers Decorator Centres, Farrow & Ball has released a special trio of wallpapers.

Three classic designs from Farrow & Ball wallpapers have been carefully selected and reimagined in new colourways, to create a fresh new collection, exclusive to Brewers stores and online.

As with all wallpapers from Farrow & Ball, which is still based in Dorset, its home since 1946, the collection is handcrafted using the brand’s own pigmented paint, as well as traditional block and trough printing methods, to give a beautifully tactile finish and a seamless connection between paint and paper.

The first in the trio is the popular Tessella print.

This elegant geometric has a softer feel, recreated in the warm shades of Pink Ground and Pointing, £89 a roll.

Bumble Bee: this print was originally found in Josephine Bonaparte’s bed chamber as a silk fabric.

This iconic design now takes on a darker side with the inky hue of Stiffkey Blue overlaid with the tranquil tones of Calluna, £89 a roll.

Shouchikubai, meaning apricot, bamboo and pine, has an Oriental style.

Associated with celebration, this hexagonal design with its uncomplicated feel, is now available in the new colours Jitney, School House White and Treron, £115 a roll.

The wallpaper is crafted with real Farrow & Ball paint, so can easily be teamed with contrasting and complementary colour combinations from the paint palette (which consists of 132 shades).

From subtle neutrals to dark inky blues, each paint shade is created with a blend of up to five pigments for depth of colour and is available in a range of finishes from the brand’s signature chalky matt Estate Emulsion to its durable washable Modern Emulsion.

Popular for its response to all types of light, the varying undertones within each hue gently shift in light and shade to bring homes to life.

Roll width is 53cm, x 10m length.

The exclusive collection will be available in 170 Brewers stores and online at wallpaperdirect.com from today.

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