Top 12 Farrow and Ball Paint Colors (2024)

Farrow & Ball paint is a favorite amongst designers and homeowners due to its highly pigmented, superior quality paint, and its beautiful, luxurious colors. However, it’s a bit expensive – almost twice as mush as other brands. If your budget is tight, you may not want to use it for every room in your home, but it’s well worth the splurge for a single room, cabinetry, accent wall, and smaller projects that call for a high-end finish and deep, rich color. Here are my picks for the top Farrow and Ball paint colors

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Farrow & Ball’s Railings is a soft black that leans strongly blue. It’s a great alternative to black and has a dark, mysterious quality to it. My favorite place to use Railings is on an accent walls or cabinetry, to create eye-catching contrast with a lighter trim or wall color. Buy a peel-and-stick sample sheet of Railings HERE.

If you like the idea of a dark, moody room, Railings is a sophisticated option to keep in mind. It gives a subtle hint of color for a unique look, and its blue undertones work great with leather, brass or copper accents.

The next two images show how beautiful Railings can be on cabinetry. It’s a great choice for a kitchen island, creating a strong contrast when paired with white cabinets. In rooms with a lot of natural light, you’ll really see the blue tones come to life, whereas in darker rooms, Railings will look more like a black.

Elephant’s Breath

Elephant’s Breath is a popular, warm, medium gray with a contemporary feel to it. With its subtle pink/magenta undertones, Elephant’s Breath is one paint color that really needs to be sampled to make sure it works well in your lighting conditions. Buy a peel-and-stick sample sheet of Elephant’s Breath HERE.

Elephant’s Breath looks great next to soft white trim, and is lovely when paired with earthy colors, like browns and greens. In west-facing rooms, you’ll see more of the pinky undertones, while in a north- or east-facing room it will look a bit more neutral.

In this beautiful living room, you can see a hint of the pink undertones shining through, but that works really well as an opposite color to the teal sofa and ottoman.

Hague Blue

Farrow & Ball’s Hague Blue is a gorgeous, deep, dark blue with green undertones that gives it more of a teal look. It’s a fantastic accent color that looks beautiful with soft whites and grays. I love this color for front doors, and I even painted a sideboard in my dining room Hague Blue for a dramatic look. Buy a peel-and-stick sample sheet of Hague Blue HERE.

Hague Blue looks great with jewel tones, reds, gold/brass accents, and leather. It’s also gorgeous on cabinetry and built-ins, like in this stunning living room.

Hague Blue is also the perfect bridge color between bold blues and greens. In the next living room picture, check out how nicely Hague Blue ties together the bright green sofa with the blue ottoman. Brass and brown tones provide a beautiful complementary, or opposite, color for the room.

Skimming Stone

Farrow & Ball Skimming Stone is an off-white with light gray undertones to it. Skimming Stone is soothing and versatile enough to be used in any room of your home. It’s dark enough to show contrast against white trim, yet light enough to keep your walls looking bright and neutral. Buy a peel-and-stick sample sheet of Skimming Stone HERE.

Depending on the lighting in your room, Skimming Stone will look more gray (like in the picture above) or more like a greige (like in the picture below). Be sure to sample it in your space to ensure you get the overall look you want.

Sulking Room Pink

When it comes to pinks, Sulking Room Pink is a rare gem. It has a muted, dusty look to it, so it’s not overly pink. Designers love this pink for its romantic, warm, rosy appearance, and the fact that it looks amazing next to a variety of colors (especially greens). If you’re looking for an elegant, luxurious pink for your bedroom, be sure to give this one a try. Buy a peel-and-stick sample sheet of Sulking Room Pink HERE.

Take a look at how amazing Sulking Room Pink looks with the black and green accents in these next two pictures…simply gorgeous!

Stiffkey Blue

If you’re looking for an inky, navy blue, Farrow & Ball’s Stiffkey Blue is a good one to try. In rooms with a lot of natural light, Stiffkey Blue will appear much brighter and bluer, so if you’re after a dark navy, this may not be the one for you. However, the coloring of Stiffkey Blue is beautiful and timeless, and will look fantastic as a dramatic wall color with white trim, as an accent wall, or in a kids room. Buy a peel-and-stick sample sheet of Stiffkey Blue HERE.

In this living room picture, you can see how bright and blue Stiffkey Blue can appear. Whenever you use a dark wall color, you can keep things light and airy by counteracting the dark walls with light furnishings and mirrors.

I love Stiffkey Blue for a child’s bedroom or play space. It’s not overly dark, so it looks bold, yet youthful. In these spaces, you can pair Stiffkey Blue with a light gray or pale blue on other walls, and red or orange as a fun accent color.

Opposite blue on the color wheel is orange, and you can see just how striking this combination is when used in a living room with Stiffkey Blue on the walls and a caramel/toffee colored leather sofa.

Card Room Green

Farrow & Ball Card Room Green is a beautiful dark, gray-green. When paired with creamy whites or other warm neutrals, Card Room Green really shines. Not only is this lovely green a great option for walls, but it looks fantastic on kitchen and bath cabinets, as well. Buy a peel-and-stick sample sheet of Card Room Green HERE.

Card Room Green really comes to life against the soft white furnishings in this beautiful bedroom. It’s a timeless shade, but also looks contemporary because gray-greens are so popular today.

Card Room Green really makes this staircase a statement piece, and adds major wow factor to this entry as a trim color.

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Here’s another beautiful entry space that looks bright and fresh with creamy white trim and Card Room Green on the walls.

Inchyra blue

Looking for a dramatic, dark blue gray that will inject some color and personality into your room? Farrow & Ball’s Inchyra Blue may be just the answer. Inchyra Blue is a bit of a chameleon color. Depending on the lighting, it can read more blue, more charcoal gray, or even green. This color was inspired by the Inchyra House exterior barn doors, and it is a gorgeous option for your front door. Indoors, it can be used to create a dark, intimate, moody vibe. Buy a peel-and-stick sample sheet of Inchyra Blue HERE.

Inchyra Blue makes a beautiful statement on exterior doors, and is a perfect complement to red brick.


Farrow & Ball’s Ammonite is a light, understated gray. It’s very neutral, in that it doesn’t lean too warm or cool, but rather sits in the middle. Ammonite is bright enough to read like a white, but you’ll still be able to see a subtle contrast against white trim. Ammonite is flexible, with a serene, calming quality to it, and works equally well in bedrooms and main areas of your home. Buy a peel-and-stick sample sheet of Ammonite HERE.

Look how beautiful Ammonite looks in this living room, with Farrow & Ball Railings on the fireplace surround!

In this pretty bedroom, you can see how light Ammonite is on the walls, yet it still stands apart when you see it next to the bright white sheets and white accessories on the nightstand.

French Gray

Farrow & Ball French Gray is a relaxing gray-green that leans much more green than gray, but can shift between the two depending on the lighting conditions and time of day. French Gray is a popular hue in the F&B line of colors because of its soft, soothing, timeless quality. Use French Gray on any of your walls, cabinets, and built-ins, and also keep it in mind as an exterior accent color (shutters and/or front door). Buy a peel-and-stick sample sheet of French Gray HERE.

In both of these pictures, I love the way French Gray offers a seamless transition between white and black. It’s also beautiful when paired with browns and wood tones.

Down Pipe

Down Pipe is a dark lead gray with an assertive blue undertone, for a look that is both unique and dramatic. It’s beautiful on your walls, and a favorite for kitchen cabinets, due to the complexity of its charcoal-blue coloring. Down Pipe pairs wonderfully with the cool tones of marble, brass hardware or fixtures, wood tones, and whites. Buy a peel-and-stick sample sheet of Down Pipe HERE.

In the living room picture below, you can really see the blue undertones when you look at the gray sofa next to Down Pipe on the walls. Down Pipe also creates a fabulous backdrop for art, creating a dark contrast that can help highlight your favorite masterpiece.


Farrow & Ball Pigeon is a medium blue-gray that is soft and cozy. It’s a great alternative to pure gray, offering a slightly more traditional look, and is incredibly popular for kitchen islands and other cabinetry. Pigeon is a good option for darker rooms, offering a strong blue-gray color without overwhelming the space. In well-lit rooms, it will look lighter and bluer for a more delicate look. Buy a peel-and-stick sample sheet of Pigeon HERE.

In the light and bright room below, you can see how Pigeon looks soft and blue on the paneling and fireplace mantel.

Here in this beautiful entry, where there isn’t as much natural light, Pigeon appears darker and more dramatic.

Farrow & Ball’s Pigeon can also look more gray, or more like a gray-green in certain lighting. Be sure to sample your colors thoroughly before committing to one, so you can see how it will look in your room’s unique lighting conditions.

There’s no doubt Farrow & Ball colors are stunningly beautiful, with unique coloring, and a luxurious finish to them. Their superior quality paints contain high levels of pigment, which ensures a stellar result with deep, rich color.

Be sure to keep these top 12 Farrow and Ball paint colors in mind for your next painting project to create a sophisticated statement on your walls or cabinets. And, since some of their colors can be chameleons in different lighting, I strongly recommend sampling each color before committing, to ensure you get the look you want in your space.

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What are the most popular Farrow and Ball colors? ›

Most Popular Farrow and Ball Paint Colours
  • Pigeon. ...
  • Railings. ...
  • Green Smoke. ...
  • Elephant's Breath. ...
  • De Nimes. ...
  • Setting Plaster. ...
  • Hague Blue. Hague Blue is a rich deep blue with green undertones. ...
  • Strong White. Hague Blue is a rich deep blue with green undertones.

What are the 2022 Farrow and Ball colors? ›

Babouche, School House White, Breakfast Room Green, Stone Blue, and Incarnadine have been named as the shades that will define 2022. Rooted in a feeling of folk and craftsmanship – with a versatile mix of function, form and comfort – each colour is anchored in a sense of comfortability and simplicity.

Can Sherwin Williams color Match Farrow and Ball paint? ›

Sherwin Williams or Benjamin Moore dealers offer color matching where they will match the exact Farrow & Ball color. Because all paint brands have different paint formulas, it will not be a 1:1 match, but it will be very close! The cost for a gallon of BM or SW paint is closer to $70.

What is the most popular Farrow & Ball white? ›

1. Cornforth White. Neither too warm nor too cool, Cornforth White is an extremely versatile and understated color.

What colors does Joanna Gaines use? ›

Sherwin Williams – Silver Strand

This gorgeous muted gray/green is Joanna's go to color for interior walls in many of the homes she's filmed on Fixer Upper. It is a lovely neutral when paired with white trim and her signature hardwood floors.

What is the number one selling house color? ›

Eighty-one percent of interior design experts recently surveyed say whites and creams are the best colors to use when selling a house in 2022, according to the Paint & Color Trends 2022 Report conducted by Fixr, a home improvement resource.

What is the most popular color right now 2022? ›

Leading paint companies Benjamin Moore, PPG, and Sherwin-Williams all agree: 2022 is the year for gray-green. The sophisticated hue symbolizes balance and harmony often seen in the natural world.

What is the hottest paint color for 2022? ›

Each year paint firms offer up their top pick for the color of the year that will freshen up interiors and exteriors. The overwhelming favorite hue for 2022: Green—all shades of it. Besides the greens, some paint firms chose bold color pops to add more memorable marks on an interior.

What are the most popular house colors for 2022? ›

Top 10 Exterior Paint Color Trends in 2022
  • Warm, Earthy Neutrals.
  • All-Black Exteriors.
  • Dusty Charcoal.
  • Warm Whites and Creams.
  • Vibrant Greens.
  • Muted Gray-Greens.
  • Classic Navy.
  • Black Exteriors with a Contrasting Door.
Jan 4, 2023

Why do decorators not like Farrow and Ball? ›

Farrow and Ball Modern Emulsion has a high-sheen level, so doesn't look very contemporary in a modern home. Farrow and Ball Estate Emulsion contains very little polymer binder, so it's chalky and marks very easily. You can see flashing sometimes and it drags as you apply it.

Is there a cheaper version of Farrow and Ball? ›

Dulux Sea Nettle

We love colours like Farrow & Ball's Sap Green for a porch or boot room, but opt for a budget-friendly alternative like Dulux's Sea Nettle and you can comfortably paint a much larger space without breaking the bank.

Is it worth paying for Farrow and Ball? ›

Farrow and Ball paint is one of the most expensive paints, so it's not for everyone. But if you do decide to buy F&B's products, just know that its Estate Emulsion is a flat finish and probably won't stand up to an active family with kids or pets.

What color of white does Joanna Gaines use? ›

Joanna Gaines has used Alabaster so much it's one of her favorite colors! She painted the main living areas of her own farmhouse Alabaster and she continually uses it in homes she designs on Fixer Upper as well.

What shade of white does Bob Ross use? ›

Bob started out using the Magic White when he was teaching and painting on his show. You can also make your own liquid white by mixing Titanium White and linseed oil in about a 50/50 ratio.

What is the warmest white by Farrow and Ball? ›

Wimborne White

This just off white is named after the market town of Wimborne in Dorset and home to Farrow & Ball. This warm white is only a shade away from a pure white. The addition of the smallest amount of warm yellow pigment creates a very versatile shade. Pair with an exuberant colour palette for a modern look.

What paint color do Tarek and Christina use? ›

They use a lot of black, white, and gray. These colors make their flips look chic and modern while providing buyers with a clean look almost anyone will love. You'll find them using black and white tile in almost every episode (whether it be the kitchen, the bathroom, or both), and they love choosing gray paint colors.

What color is Joanna Gaines new kitchen? ›

The cabinets are coated in a featured color from the Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines® paint line, Locally Grown, which is a deep hunter green dusted with olive tones.

What sheen does Joanna Gaines use? ›

The Eggshell sheen offers a velvet-like finish, and will give you a soft, warm look on the wall. Ideal for: Living Rooms.

What color attracts more buyers? ›

Red is the color of power. It gets people's attention and it holds it, which is why it's the most popular color for marketing. The word SALE is always red, and you'll often find red a common tie color for professionals.

What paint colors do realtors recommend? ›

"Generally, going with neutral colors like shades of white, beige, taupe, and grays lead to a faster sale," she shares. "Neutral colors are also more appealing to potential buyers because many want the creative freedom of a blank canvas to add their personal touches to when looking for a new place to call home.

What color is replacing gray? ›

What will replace it, they predicted – and also Benjamin Moore's colour of the year for 2022 – is a light, silvery green. Or, as they called it: greeneige.

What is the new color for 2023? ›

The Pantone Color Institute named Viva Magenta as its official color of the year for 2023 for its joyous yet powerful nature. A red with subtle notes of purple, magenta flawlessly complements many different color palettes from those on the richer, jewel-tone side of the spectrum to even a lighter, earthy palette.

What is the 2023 color of the year? ›

The Color of the Year for 2023 is Viva Magenta, which the company describes as powerful and empowering. “Viva Magenta is brave and fearless, and a pulsating color whose exuberance promotes a joyous and optimistic celebration... [It] revels in pure joy, encouraging experimentation and self-expression without restraint.”

What is the new color for walls in 2022? ›

Pantone's 2022 Color of the Year is making history with its best reveal yet: an entirely new hue created, for the first time ever, to serve as Color of the Year. They call it Very Peri (17-3938).

What is the color of the year 2022 2023? ›

Pantone's Color of the Year, Viva Magenta 18-1750, vibrates with vim and vigor. It is a shade rooted in nature descending from the red family and expressive of a new signal of strength.

What is the new house color for 2022? ›

Sherwin-Williams have chosen Evergreen Fog as the color of the year 2022. Evergreen Fog is a nourishing and sophisticated gray-green hue which is perfect indoors and outdoors.

What color increases home value? ›

Not only will greige give your home a warm, elevated look; it will increase its value, too. "Painting your living room a neutral color like gray, beige, or light brown can add up to $2,000 to your home's value, which can be modernized with accents of white," says Bailey Carson, home care expert at Angi.

What colors are trending for living rooms 2022? ›

5 of the Best Living Room Colors for 2022
  • Sage green. Image Source. We'll start with the color at the top of just about every list this year — sage green. ...
  • Creamy white. Image Source. Creamy white is perfect as the ultimate neutral that still feels homey. ...
  • Navy blue. Image Source. ...
  • Greige. Image Source. ...
  • Terracotta. Image Source.

Is grey paint out of style 2022? ›

Navy and gray are on the way out

The report also highlighted a declining interest in navy (down 43%), mustard yellow (down 27%), and light gray (down 25%). Yes, while gray has seen an uninterrupted reign over recent paint trends, its reign may conclude in 2022.

Is Valspar as good as Farrow and Ball? ›

Which is best, Farrow & Ball or Valspar? As per our comparison table, there are a lot of pros and cons to both brands but on balance our recommendation is that if you like Farrow & Ball's colour range and can afford it, then go for it - it certainly does have an edge over Valspar's synthetic offering.

What color paint hides flaws best? ›

We all know that lighter colors emphasize imperfections while darker colors hide them. This also has to do with light and reflection. Lighter colors reflect more light while darker shades absorb it.

How many coats of Farrow and Ball do you need? ›

Apply two coats using a brush or roller. A third coat may be necessary depending on the colour of the topcoat and the original surface colour. To achieve an even finish, make sure you lay off in one direction for the final coat. Modern Eggshell is touch dry in two hours and can be recoated in four hours.

Do painters like Farrow and Ball? ›

Seriously though, it's a badly kept secret that most decorators/painters despise Farrow & Ball. Mention it to your tradesperson and watch the little light of despair come on in their eyes.

Can I buy Farrow and Ball in the US? ›

We have 15 showrooms in North America & Canada.

Does Farrow and Ball mark easily? ›

Modern Emulsion's high-performance formula makes it easy to wipe away spills and marks – not paint. High-quality minerals and strong binders create a finish that's resistant to knocks and scrapes. Farrow & Ball's chemists add a preservative that keeps moisture-prone kitchens and bathrooms looking fresh.

What is so great about Farrow and Ball paint? ›

The Unique Look. Responding extraordinarily to all types of light, our highly pigmented paint and handcrafted wallpaper deliver a unique depth of colour and quality of finish which brings walls to life. The rich blend of pigments within our absorbing colours create an inimitable vibrancy in every room of the home.

Do you need to prime before using Farrow and Ball? ›

Using Primer & Undercoat

We recommend using Farrow & Ball Primer & Undercoat wherever you're using a Farrow & Ball topcoat. Not only is it specially formulated to bring out the very best in our paint, but keeping to the same brand for your priming and painting products will help to avoid any incompatibility issues.

How Long Will Farrow and Ball paint last? ›

Storage Advice: This product is water based and must be protected from frost and extreme temperatures. Use within 6 months of purchase.

Is Greek villa or Alabaster more white? ›

Is Greek Villa Lighter Than Alabaster? Both Greek Villa and Alabaster have grey and beige undertones. Greek Villa has is a bit warmer but also a smidge lighter than Alabaster, with fractionally less gray. Alabaster's LRV is 82 while Greek Villa is 84.

What is Joanna's favorite white? ›

Joanna Gaines of HGTV's Fixer Upper is a big fan of Sherwin Williams Alabaster for painting kitchen cabinets white. It's actually a favorite among designers because it's not too warm or too cool.

What color white paint do the property brothers use? ›

True White: Simply White Benjamin Moore

This hue I used when designing for Property Brothers- Dan & Debra Project located in Chappaqua, New York.

What is the most popular white to paint walls? ›

The 10 Best White Paint Colors That Experts Swear By
  • Pure White SW 7005, Sherwin-Williams.
  • White Dove OC-17, Benjamin Moore.
  • Polar Bear 75, Behr.
  • Promenade 7006-3, Valspar.
  • Wimborne White No. 239, Farrow & Ball.
  • Pegasus PPG1010-1, PPG Paints.
  • Fresh Kicks, Clare.
  • Sanctuary SW 9583, Sherwin-Williams.
Feb 8, 2023

What white paint did Van Gogh use? ›

For the white base paint, we preferred to use zinc white, that Van Gogh used in the sky of Field with Irises near Arles, above lead white—used in the field—because it provides a cool, brilliant white and is non-toxic.

What is the whitest white Farrow and Ball? ›

A totally pure white

All White is exactly what it says! Unusually, it contains no other pigment except for white, creating the softest most sympathetic colour without the colder blue undertones of a brilliant white.

What is the most popular Farrow and Ball colour? ›

Most Popular Farrow and Ball Paint Colours
  • Pigeon. ...
  • Railings. ...
  • Green Smoke. ...
  • Elephant's Breath. ...
  • De Nimes. ...
  • Setting Plaster. ...
  • Hague Blue. Hague Blue is a rich deep blue with green undertones. ...
  • Strong White. Hague Blue is a rich deep blue with green undertones.

What is Farrow and Ball colour of the year 2022? ›

Babouche, School House White, Breakfast Room Green, Stone Blue, and Incarnadine have been named as the shades that will define 2022. Rooted in a feeling of folk and craftsmanship – with a versatile mix of function, form and comfort – each colour is anchored in a sense of comfortability and simplicity.

How do I choose Farrow and Ball colours? ›

How to Choose
  1. Start by deciding which group you are most drawn to. By picking your favourite tones, you'll create a welcoming retreat that naturally reflects your personality.
  2. Consider the light in your room. ...
  3. Finally, think of the style of your property.

What is Farrow and Ball best selling colour? ›

The most popular of all Farrow & Ball colours right now seems to be Hague Blue. Everyone seems to be painting walls, floor and kitchen cupboards in this strong deep dark blue. It has a slight green undertone which lends itself to rooms that don't get much natural light, and it also works well in smaller rooms too.

What colour draws the most attention? ›

Red is the color of power. It gets people's attention and it holds it, which is why it's the most popular color for marketing.

Is Farrow and Ball elephants breath grey or beige? ›

Elephant's Breath is an uplifting mid grey with a hint of magenta, but can become almost lilac in the cooler light of west facing rooms.

What is the most popular color choice? ›

It is also closely tied to national and political identity. Yet a new YouGov survey conducted in 10 countries across four continents shows that one color – blue – is the most popular across the board.

Is it worth paying for Farrow and Ball paint? ›


It's what they're famous for! All those natural, organic pigments not only create rich and beautiful colours, they also create a sublime finish. So if you love that matt, chalky, velvety finish that responds to the natural light then again, I'd go with the real deal.

What color makes everyone happy? ›

Yellow is usually the color of happy, joyful emotions.

What colors are most pleasing to the human eye? ›

In the middle of the spectrum resides the color green, at around 555 nanometers. This wavelength is where our perception is at its best. Because of its position in the center of the spectrum, both blue and red light waves are enhanced and better perceived with the help of green waves.

What is the most popular color in 2022? ›

Leading paint companies Benjamin Moore, PPG, and Sherwin-Williams all agree: 2022 is the year for gray-green. The sophisticated hue symbolizes balance and harmony often seen in the natural world.

Why is Elephants Breath so popular? ›

'Taking a middling grey and adding a touch of warmth and intensity from pink or violet, Elephant's Breath has a lovely contemporary feel which will create a spacious area where it is used,' Lee comments. 'It has an interesting balance of being both uplifting and calming.

What is the Benjamin Moore equivalent to Elephants Breath? ›

It's painted Shale by Benjamin Moore. Although Shale has slightly less intensity than Elephant's Breath, it is quite comparable.

Is Farrow and Ball pigeon warm or cool? ›

'Pigeon is one of our go-to greens from the Farrow & Ball palette,' says co-founder Angela Simpson. 'Its warm tone and period pigmentation works for any space and more importantly, any scale of room.

What is the most popular wall color for 2022? ›

The HGTV Home By Sherwin-Williams 2022 color of the year is Aleutian (HGSW3355). Sherwin Williams Aleutian is a dusty blue paint color with enough gray undertones to act as a fantastic neutral backdrop for any interior wall.

What is a timeless color for walls? ›

White. White is, of course, always a good paint choice, because it feels elegant, fresh and clean. Plus, Gibbons says, “black and white are the most timeless colors you'll find anywhere and the most timeless color combination.”

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