Farrow & Ball truly is a household name, dominating the interior design space thanks to their unique paint colours – and amusing colour names. Elephant's Breath, anyone? Here, we've picked out some of their best shades to add to your home decor plans.

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What is Farrow & Ball?

Farrow & Ball is a Dorset-based paint manufacturing company established in 1946. Offering a range of paint colours and wallpaper designs, Farrow & Ball also offer advice and consulting to help their customers ensure they are making the best choices for their home.

Their paints are a consistently popular choice in UK homes and the 132 richly pigmented colours in the range offer something to suit every type of space, from contemporary schemes to heritage styles in period properties.

What are the best Farrow & Ball paint colours?

As we move into the new year, Farrow & Ball is predicting an enthusiasm for brighter colours that herald a return to normality. Babouche, a sumptuous yellow full of sunshiney cheer, is a perfect example – and works beautifully alongside School House White.

For an even bolder statement, combine Breakfast Room Green and Stone Blue for a look that’s striking yet sings with homeliness.

1. Babouche

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2. Breakfast Room Green

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3. Stone Blue

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4. India Yellow

Find out what we included in our list of the best front door paint colours.

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5. St Giles Blue

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6. Arsenic

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7. Cinder Rose

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Are Farrow & Ball paints eco-friendly?

From their low VOC content to eco-friendly water-based formula, Farrow & Ball paints represent a trusted green choice for decorating.

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In addition, the company employs a practice of zero dry waste at its Dorset manufacturing plant (all dry waste is recycled or converted into energy) and 97 per cent of liquid waste is recycled, too – the company is currently striving to get this figure to 100 per cent.

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