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Color inspiration from Farrow &Ball

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Just some inspiration today for you… my twitter followers know that a throat infection is bothering me for the last few days and I'm not up to preparing big posts at the moment… but I hope you enjoy these images I found a little while back… the new colors for 2011 from Farrow&Ball, yes I know we are almost half way through 2011, but still I like sharing these colors with you and am wondering if you were to use them in your own home too? 

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  1. Cina Kjellsson

    Very nice, very soft. The feeling of a calm summer house…
    I would definitely use them, but maybe mixed with some bright colours to get a little “friction”. Will you use them in your new home?

  2. Anja Niemi

    Beautifull pictures, I love that pink bed…. I Think my daughter would be very happy if I painted hers that color!

  3. MondaysMilk

    Love the colours, I am thinking of redecorating my girls room, this is so inspiring! The bed on the left please, in the colour of the bed on the right 🙂 &get well soon!

  4. Iris

    The colors by Farrow and Ball are amazing; they change during the day according to the light and they are never boring. And I love the matt effect. I am planning to paint our bedroom in Parma Gray and my husband’s study in Calamine. We tried Oxford stone, but it did not turn out well in our home.
    Get well soon!
    x Iris

  5. OrangeFarmhouse - Maike

    dank voor het delen Irene! moet nodig de slaapkamers hier weer eens aanpakken en dit is een van mijn favoriete merken, hoe kon ik ze nu vergeten?

    Veel beterschap hoor en snel weer opknappen want ik mis je mooie post! En jij wilt vast ook weer volop aan de slag met al die leuke dingen die er nog aan gaan komen!

    Liefs Maike

  6. Susan

    We painted our entire new home in Farrow & Ball, and it was totally worth it!

  7. Polly

    Love these colours! Especially the pink bed and that gorgeous blue jug. Lots of the colours in my home are Farrow and Ball, but from a while ago. x

  8. Eleanor

    They’re beautiful, I;m really into the muted, almost dirty pastels that seem to be popping up everywhere this spring. I particularly like the coral pink and green xxx

  9. gianna

    i think i’ll always be into these colors. so simple and slightly muted. i wonder if my landlord would let us paint the floors…:)


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