The Farrow & Ball Colours of the Year 2022 are fabulous, and there are five to admire. Let’s look at these five interior paint colours, so you see which colour trends you’re going to be rocking next year. My favourites are Breakfast Room Green and Stone Blue, and I hope you find one or two that you’ll want to try in your home.
1. Babouche No.223 is a cheerful yellow
2. Breakfast Room Green No.81 is a gorgeous green
3. Stone Blue No.86 is a lively blue
4. Incarnadine No.248 is a classic crimson
5. School House White No.291 is a soft off white
Stone Blue No.86 Modern Eggshell, School House White No.291 Modern Eggshell and Estate Emulsion, Breakfast Room Green No.81 Modern Emulsion
Five Farrow & Ball Colours of the Year 2022
Babouche No.223 is a cheerful yellow that reminds one of the leather slippers you’d find at a Moroccan souk. It’s a yellow paint colour that’s dignified rather than garish, so it’s not too bright that you’ll need to wear sunglasses in your own home. Babouche works well with grey shades like Manor House Gray, Plummett, Down Pipe or Railings. Alternatively, pair it with House White or All White to keep it lighter.
Babouche No.223 Modern Eggshell with School House White No.291 Modern Eggshell
Breakfast Room Green No.81 is a gorgeous green. It’s a beautiful colour that helps you invite nature into your home. It’s perfect for anyone who doesn’t have any outside space but wants to feel that they do. It will also look amazing if you do have a glorious garden that you want to echo inside. Try this green next to neutral shades like Slipper Satin or Lime White. Other colours that work include Book Room Red, Lulworth Blue, Mole’s Breath and Hay.
Breakfast Room Green No.81 Estate Emulsion and Stone Blue No.86 Modern Eggshell
Stone Blue No.86 is a lively blue. It’s named after the indigo pigment that was often imported in lumps during the 18th century. Stone Blue looks impressive next to reds like Incarnadine or Rectory Red. Arsenic Green is another great option or Mole’s Breath. If you want something lighter, try Dimpse or Pavilion Gray.
Stone Blue No.86 Full Gloss, School House White No.291 and Breakfast Room Green No.81 Eggshell
Incarnadine No.248 is a classic crimson. It’s a rich traditional red colour that would look stunning in a period property. Team this colour with Drawing Room Blue or Pitch Black to create a sense of drama. Go lighter with All White, Borrowed Light or Pavilion Gray.
Incarnadine No.248 Estate Emulsion, Breakfast Room Green No.81 Modern Emulsion and School House White No.291 Modern Emulsion
School House White No.291 is a soft off white that has a vintage feel. It’s an excellent option for anyone who wants to keep their interiors neutral but isn’t keen on a bright white. It has a pared-back and timeless quality that you might have seen in an old school house, hence the paint colour name. Pair it with Shaded White, Drop Cloth or Shadow White. Another option is to try Light Blue or Oval Room Blue instead.
You may be interested in reading about more interior trends and looking at pictures on my interior trends Pinterest Board.
About Farrow & Ball Paint
Interior designers and high-end decorators favour Farrow & Ball paint. The paint is so good because of how their deep and rich pigmented colours respond to the light so that it looks fabulous throughout the day and night. The colour selection is stunning, from rich reds to muted earthy tones. All paint colours are available in quality finishes, including Matt Estate Emulsion and Full Gloss for a high shine. Farrow & Ball paints are low odour and eco-friendly. If you need advice, you can contact one of the experts and use the live chat option on the website. For more information, go to the Farrow & Ball Website.
Author: Homegirl London. Photographs are from Farrow & Ball.