Farrow and Ball Manufacturers of Traditional Papers and Paint
Farrow and Ball privately own since it’s founding in 1946 honors the craft of making paint and printing wallpapers to its original formulations, using the finest raw materials. While other commercial paints have developed plastic based paints Farrow and Ball continues to use traditional formulas using a clay base with 30% more pigments than other commercial brands. It’s signature mat finish and rich depth of color that makes Farrow and Ball products stand apart from all others.
Known for it’s palette of traditional historic colors, the color selection has been enhanced over the years and now offers customers an unrivaled range of elegant decorative and architectural paint finishes, along with an extraordinary collection of artisanal wallpapers made using Farrow & Ball paints.
About Farrow & Ball Paints Sustainability
Farrow & Ball produces some of the most environmentally friendly paints on the market today. Unlike many other manufacturers, Farrow & Ball continues to use natural ingredients such as Linseed Oil and China Clay and does not use harmful ingredients such as APE and Xylene. Farrow & Ball paints have a zero* VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) content.
Farrow & Ball Wallpapers
The Farrow & Ball range of painted wallpapers is quite unique. All wallpapers are made to order at the company’s factory in Dorset, England, the home of Farrow & Ball for the past sixty years. They are crafted using traditional techniques to apply Farrow & Ball zero* VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) environmentally friendly water based paint to FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) approved paper.
*As tested to US Environmental Protection Agency standards
February 2011 Farrow and Ball releases a new series of exquisite colors that compliment their existing palette as interesting accents, enhancing current color families and creating inspiration for new ones. Here is the new 2011 offerings and just a few samples of combinations incorporating the existing Farrow and Ball palette.
For ideas on more color combinations and inspiration, to request a paint color card or sample pot, visit the Farrow and Ball website: