Anthropologie x Farrow & Ball

A new collaboration supplies a great range of colors for your walls

Anthropologie has partnered with the British paint brand: Farrow & Ball, and released more than 100 color shades for your walls. And that’s not all: the colors come with various finishes too, such as a glossy one. My picks of the hottest colors from the new collection:

Pointing: It’s a basic white color that can turn a cheap home into an inviting one. Choose the ‘Estate Emulsion’ finish for a chalky effect on your walls.

Railings: The dark color can be utilized in the dining area to add an upscale feel to the room (note: carefully chosen dining room furniture and accessories in lighter shades are required to complete the look); choose the ‘Modern Emulsion’ finish.

Dead Salmon: It is a very boring color but it can be used in highly-functional areas of the house, where a relaxed feel is also required to act as a good contrast; pick the ‘Estate Eggshell’ finish.

Vardo: The name of the paint is borrowed from what you call a gypsy van. The color is not as exotic however, and can be used in a multipurpose fashion if you like to have dark interiors – choose the ‘Estate Eggshell’ finish because it will protect the paint from stains.

Yellowcake: The color is just too uncomfortably bright but it can be used to paint the insides of cabinets for whichever room that requires them – for that, choose the ‘Modern Eggshell’ finish.

Card Room Green: The rich green color can be used for a contemporary game room or to make a very colorful attic; choose the ‘Full Gloss’ finish to add luster to the walls and make the space look inviting.

 

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