This is one for you Farrow and Ball fetishists – the results of painting my hall in Worsted by Farrow and Ball. You might think it’s cold, dark and uninviting – I just say what can you do? You’ve got to express yourself in your home decoration.
And this is my kitchen wall in Light Blue, which here is almost indistinguishable from the Worsted in the hall, but I can tell the difference and that’s all that matters.
I like it. Did your husband like it in the end?
yes loved it! xx
Looks good, love the prints in the alcove, very Pentreath & Hall.
Both colours look great – what’s the blue in your kitchen?
just called Light Blue xx
Quarter French says
It looks vair sophisticated!
How pretty is the pink blossom against the grey.. Pink and grey look so good together……
Grey is amazing as a backdrop for flowers – almost any colour looks superb, even orange, which I normally hate.
Planet Grief says
Love it. So many hallways painted in bland light colours in an attempt to make them seem larger end up looking just like small hallways painted off-white and rather boring. I’m not brave enough to do it myself of course…
We painted our hall in pale powder after your recommendation and I absolutely love it, so thank you very much 😊
Looks lovely. Our bedroom is F&B light blue and I absolutely love it. My last bedroom was light blue and every bedroom I ever have in future will also be. It’s such a restful, elegant colour. Good choice!
Looks great! Any suggestions for a front door colour?
ours is purple, Pelt by F&B – but I have recently thought that it might be time for a different colour – I rather fancy dark blue
We recently picked Worsted for our bedroom (two west facing windows). We painted out all the trim in the same colour, ceiling is painted in, All White. I like Worsted but it does appear to be more ‘olive’ looking in this room most likely due to the west facing windows and dark floors. Im going to accent with with blues.
I will most likely paint out the trim in, All White (FB) to match the ceiling.. A work in progress.
F&B paint colours in particular are VERY affected by different lights because there is so much pigment in them. It can be totally different from what you were expecting…