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Farrow & Ball Colors

Beautiful Colors for your walls. Painter in the Netherlands near Utrecht? Go to Miranda Maakt het Mooi. Mooie kleuren voor op de muur. Woonkamer, babykamer of…
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Pointing no.2003

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✓ Gratis verzending vanaf €50,-✓ Voor 14.00 uur besteld, dezelfde werkdag verzonden✓ Uit voorraad leverbaar✓ Afhalen in Bussum (ma t/m za) Let op: beeldschermkleuren kunnen afhankelijk van beeldscherminstellingen afwijken van de daadwerkelijke verfkleuren. Ook lichtinval kan een kleur op de muur en de sfeer in de ruimte voor een groot deel bepalen. Farrow & Ball | Eating Room Red no. 43 De diepzwarte pigmentatie van Farrow & Ball Eating Room Red no. 43 geeft een rijke bordeauxrode afwerk
Drawing room in Eating Room Red - warm, comfortable, elegant

Eating Room Red no.43

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Picture Gallery red no.42

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Red Earth Estate Emulsion gave the perfect look to create a cozy and inviting bedroom for the children of visiting friends. Paired with Lime White on the trim and ivory bedding accents the room is both old fashioned and modern.

Red Earth no.64

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Pigeon no.25

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Farrow & Ball on Instagram: “We're filing this under dream bedrooms ✨ Crisp white linens and sunshine yellow accessories are the perfect accompaniments to the soothing…”
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Hague Blue no.30

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A dramatic lead grey Down Pipe, a dark lead grey, has definite blue undertones to it which deepen the complexity of the finish. Originally inspired by the colour used to paint downpipes and guttering, it has been embraced for use inside the home with fanatical zeal! This daringly dark hue is fabulous as a background to art, and extremely effective for use in halls to create a deeply dramatic entrance to the home.  Recommended Primer & Undercoat: Dark Tones Complementary white: Dimpse
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Farrow & Ball Inspiration - Down Pipe and Wimborne White

Down Pipe no.26

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A moody grey A timeless grey whose name takes its roots from the much loved Elephant's Breath, this moody hue is inspired by a smaller, furrier animal. Mole's Breath is the most versatile of our stronger accents as it can be used both with Easy Neutrals like Purbeck Stone and Contemporary Neutrals like Strong White. It is particularly effective to ground kitchen islands and when used on the walls of smaller spaces to create a fabulously sullen yet warm room.  Recommended Primer & Underc
Flat makeover with Farrow & Ball Moles Breath

Mole's Breath no.276

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A warm cream with a hint of orange Orange Coloured White is a fresh yet warm cream particularly suited to north facing spaces. The addition of the merest amount of red pigment to this earth based neutral adds a delicate luminosity without feeling too creamy, creating delightfully warm rooms that appear to glow. Recommended Primer & Undercoat: White & Light Tones Complementary white: Snow White

Orange Coloured White no.5

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A bright avocado green This fresh avocado green was discovered in an 18th century Georgian farmhouse in Yeabridge, Somerset, when the original gun cupboard was removed. Although untouched for many years, it was still astonishingly bright and reminiscent of the lush grass that surrounds the house. This uncomplicated, clean green sits happily in both contemporary settings and period homes. It has a little more yellow than Breakfast Room Green but a little less than Churlish Green. Pair with Hague

Yeabridge Green no.287

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A pale creamy white Our prettiest white is named after the old, pre-brightened, starched cotton used for white tie jackets. One of our Yellow Based Neutrals, White Tie brings a gentle warmth to any room and is deepened with a touch of black pigment. Combine with Matchstick, String and New White for a delicate scheme with reassuringly creamy undertones.  Recommended Primer & Undercoat: White & Light Tones Complementary white: Wimborne White

White Tie no.2002

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Blazer van Farrow & Ball Zoekt u een kleurexpert en goede schilder voor het verven van uw muren? Miranda Maakt het Mooi geeft kleuradvies en is specialist in het aanbrengen van kleur op de muur. Voor een professioneel, strak, netjes en egaal dekkend resultaat. 10 jaar ervaring. Voor Utrecht, Amsterdam, Amersfoort, Hilversum, Zeist, Bilthoven, Woerden. Dan naar mirandamaakthetmooi.nl

Blazer no.212

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A lighter lead This strong architectural grey is named after the lead often used by fishermen to weight their lines. Plummett intensifies in colour in smaller spaces and has a strikingly modern feel which is conducive to minimal living. Used as much on woodwork to define dramatic spaces as it is on walls, Plummett is one of our most hard-edged and industrial feeling greys.  Recommended Primer & Undercoat: Dark Tones Complementary white: Ammonite

Plummett no.272

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A rich red This rich clean red is named after the charming village houses built over the years for the clergy. Rectory Red is a blackened and aged version of Blazer and feels much more sophisticated, especially when contrasted with Red Based Neutrals such as Joa’s White. It is a warming colour which will intensify when used in a small space to create the most welcoming of rooms. Recommended Primer & Undercoat: Red & Warm TonesComplementary white: Dimity

Rectory Red no.217

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Stone Blue van Farrow & Ball. Zoekt u een kleurexpert en goede schilder voor het verven van uw muren? Miranda Maakt het Mooi geeft kleuradvies en is specialist in het aanbrengen van kleur op de muur. Voor een professioneel, strak, netjes en egaal dekkend resultaat. 10 jaar ervaring. Utrecht, Amsterdam, Amersfoort, Hilversum, enz.

Stone Blue no.86

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A light and contemporary taupe A warm Red Based Neutral named after our first Colour Consultant Joa, who still develops many Farrow & Ball colours. Joa’s White is a light and clean taupe with the merest hint of black pigment which makes it perfect to combine with the limestone, leather and linens often used in contemporary homes.  Recommended Primer & Undercoat: Mid Tones Complementary white: Dimity

Joa's White no.226

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A dark and sophisticated lavender Brassica’s rich lavender tones feel both feminine and charming in light areas, but become much more sophisticated and grey in darker areas due to an underlying hint of black. Named after the group of plants which includes purple sprouting broccoli, this warm shade lifts cold feeling rooms without being overtly red. It is often combined with Elephant's Breath and Skimming Stone for a rich, contemporary feel. Recommended Primer & Undercoat: Dark Tones Compleme

Brassica no.271

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A dusty plaster pink This dusty pink is named after the blushing walls we often admire in newly plastered houses. It is definitely a pink in historic terms, but has a certain softness to it due to the inclusion of yellow pigment. Our timeless Setting Plaster creates a wonderful backdrop to antique furniture, and also works incredibly well when paired with Mahogany in a more contemporary home. Recommended Primer & Undercoat: White & Light TonesComplementary white: Tallow

Setting Plaster no.231

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Miranda Maakt het Mooi brengt de kleur Mouse's Back, een verfkleur van Farrow & Ball strak en dekkend voor u op de muur aan. Wilt u graag de muren van uw huis laten verven door een specialist in verf, interieur en kleur? Informeer gerust naar de mogelijkheden om uw huis met deze kleur te laten schilderen. Ga naar mirandamaakthetmooi.nl

Mouse's Back no.40

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A chalky off white This popular off white takes its name from the delicate colour of silk used in traditional ballet slippers. Without cool blue undertones, Slipper Satin often reads as a pale grey chalk which makes for a perfect neutral on walls with darker Old White woodwork. Pair with other shades from our Traditional Neutrals for a subtle and sophisticated scheme.  Recommended Primer & Undercoat: White & Light Tones Complementary white: Pointing

Slipper Satin no.2004

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A rich teal This rich teal takes its name from highly decorated traditional horse drawn Romany wagons. Often used in the intricate patterning of these beautifully painted homes, Vardo is so full of life and joy it seemed natural to name it after something renowned for its flamboyant colour. This bright colour works particularly well with reds or dark greys.  Recommended Primer & Undercoat: Dark Tones Complementary white: Shaded White

Vardo no.288

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A pale and traditional blue This pale blue grey takes its name from the soft natural light that often pours through ceiling skylights. However, it is less reflective than Borrowed Light, reading as a definite cool blue when used in small spaces but becoming paler and greyer when used in larger areas.  Recommended Primer & Undercoat: White & Light Tones Complementary white: All White

Skylight no.205

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A lively mint green Arsenic has a lively, stimulating feel despite its name being derived from the poison that was rumoured to have been in the wallpaper that poisoned Napoleon after his capture. Its vivid mint colour makes it feel just as at home on contemporary kitchen cabinets, especially when paired with Down Pipe, as it does on the walls of a 19th century dining room. Recommended Primer & Undercoat: Mid Tones Complementary white: All White

Arsenic no.214

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A lively cobalt blue This strong cobalt blue, with its dose of black pigment, takes its name from the dark sticky tar often used in roofing. Pitch Blue has an almost purple feel to it and is extremely lively in south facing rooms, especially when contrasted with bright shades such as All White. However, it looks more sober and rich when used in areas deprived of light or those lit in the evening by candles.  Recommended Primer & Undercoat: Dark Tones Complementary white: Blackened

Pitch Blue no.220

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A muted green grey This very light green grey is named after the Cromarty Firth estuary, a place of swirling mists mentioned daily in the Shipping Forecast. A neutral yet atmospheric colour, Cromarty brings a muted softness to any room, creating an easy to use finish that is neither too green nor too grey. A shade lighter than Mizzle, it works beautifully when grouped with Blue Gray or Pigeon. Recommended Primer & Undercoat: Mid Tones Complementary white: Shadow White

Cromarty no.285

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