If you're on the hunt for some paint color inspiration, look no further than . The beloved British paint brand has released nine new colors to refresh its iconic palette of 132 hues—a move the company hasn't made since 2016. Staying true to Farrow & Ball's philosophy, the rich shades are 100% water-based, eco-friendly, and are available in a selection of high-performance finishes.
Here's a look at the nine new paint colors, which were just unveiled at this week's London Design Festival.
School House White No. 291
This timeless, off-white shade is what you might find in older homes. According to the brand, it's free of the "cool undertones of the more contemporary neutral groups."
Treron No. 292
An update of the brand's classic Pigeon shade, this traditional hue is ideal for modern spaces with natural elements. It works well with Farrow & Ball's French Gray and Traditional Neutrals.
Jitney No. 293
The company describes this shade as a reminder of "lazy days by the sea" and the jitney New Yorkers are known to take to the Hamptons during the summer months.
Paean Black No. 294
A Georgian-inspired red-based black, this hue is perfect for making ultra contemporary and bohemian interiors more welcoming. Named after a song of praise, it's a take on the shade of old leather church hymnals.
Sulking Room Pink No. 295
Lovers of rose hues would be drawn to this soft, muted shade, which the brand says should bring to mind colors often used in boudoirs.
Rangwali No. 296
This pink is for the daring set. The name is derived from the powder that's thrown during India's Holi Festival of Colors, and its dose of black pigment adds depth to the pink hue.
Preference Red No. 297
"The deepest and richest of our reds, this Baroque colour is named in honor of our original trade name, Preference Paints. It can be used with any of the Red-Based Neutrals, but is particularly striking when seen in combination with Paean Black and Sulking Room Pink. The preferred red of modern homes!"
Bancha No. 298
Lovers of bold hues will appreciate this rich olive green that's named after Japanese tea leaves. While it is a strong color, it still manages to add a sense of serenity to a room.
De Nimes No. 299
Perfect for everything from a kitchen island to a living room, this versatile blue is inspired by the material used for everyday workwear made in the French city Nîmes. "Like denim, its blue hue is ultimately fashionable and yet always feels grounded."