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Farrow & Ball Card Room Green

A traditional Farrow & Ball grey-green shade. Card Room Green is described by Farrow & Ball as a 'dark grey-green, named after the study like rooms much favoured in the Victorian period’.
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Farrow & Ball Cornforth White

Farrow & Ball Cornforth White is described by Farrow & Ball as ‘an Easy Neutral which is totally understated and extremely versatile. Neither too warm nor too cool’.
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Farrow & Ball Down Pipe

Farrow & Ball Down Pipe Grey is described by Farrow & Ball as ‘a dark lead grey, has definite blue undertones to it which deepen the complexity of the finish’.
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Farrow & Ball Lamp Room Grey

Farrow & Ball Lamp Room Grey is traditional blue-grey, described by Farrow & Ball as ‘creating a softer more lived in finish that is timeless’.
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Farrow & Ball Pigeon

A traditional blue-grey shade,  Farrow & Ball Pigeon is described as ‘a cosy and nostalgic blue-grey, named after the colour of the bird often sighted around the London landscape’
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Farrow & Ball Pointing

Farrow & Ball Pointing is a traditional warm white shade described by Farrow & Ball as ‘ a fresh and uncomplicated white’.
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Farrow & Ball Railings

Farrow & Ball Railings is a traditional soft black shade is described by Farrow & Ball as ‘a softer alternative to black which is particularly suited to the ironwork it takes its name from’.
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Farrow & Ball Skimming Stone

Farrow & Ball Skimming Stone is described as taking its name from a 19th century skim, or plaster colour, 'but often reminds us of childhood afternoons skimming stones. With its warm light grey undertones, Skimming Stone is extremely versatile and particularly suited to soothing bedroom schemes.'
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Farrow & Ball Strong White

Farrow & Ball Strong White is a cool white, described as 'a contemporary neutral, the subtle urban feel of its light grey undertones add a contemporary twist to period homes while staying in keeping with modern properties.
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Farrow & Ball Stiff Key Blue

An inky blue, Farrow & Ball Stiff Key Blue is named after 'the Norfolk beach where the mud, along with the cockles, share a particular deep navy hue.'
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