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All White is exactly what it says! It unusually contains no other pigment except white and creates the softest most sympathetic white with none of the uncomfortable cold blue feeling of a brilliant white.
Ammonite is named after the treasured fossils often found on the Dorset coast. It has a fantastically understated modest quality, working perfectly with all the Easy Grey group. It is not gritty or industrial but has a subtle grey tone that suits all contemporary homes. To make it feel more grey it is best paired with All White.
Wevet is Dorset dialect for a spiders web which is the perfect name as it really does have a translucent, gossamer feel to it, like a web.
It is just Off-White with the addition of the smallest amount of warm pigment to create a very versatile white which is just a little softer than All White but can still be used in contrast to any other Farrow & Ball colour.
Named after the colour of lime pointing used in brickwork, it has a light warm undertone and fresh uncomplicated feel to it.
James White has a fresh underlying green which creates soothing, calm, airy feeling rooms, so is particularly useful for darker spaces.
Although some people see it as a soft grey, it actually has a yellow base making it the easiest of colours to live with.
White Tie is the prettiest of all our whites. With its subtle yellow base it creates a special glow in any rooms but still remains fresh looking.
New White is a stronger version of White Tie and is called ‘New’ because it is so much fresher than the traditional whites such as Lime White.
House White, with its very slight green undertone, has an almost citrus feel which creates a fresh but not necessarily soft feel.
With its tiny addition of black it is a wall colour which creates delightfully understated rooms which are warm but definitely not creamy.
It is a pale earth pigment based colour with an underlying green, which makes it a Farrow & Ball classic.