Book Room Red

No. 50

* Samples available in Estate Emulsion only. Colours on screen may vary from actual paint.

Book Room Red, the muddiest of our reds, is particularly suited to smaller rooms where the stronger Eating Room Red can be a little overwhelming. It takes its name from the reading rooms or small libraries favoured by the English aristocracy and creates an unapologetically clubby feel. Red & Warm Tones Undercoat.

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Book Room Red 4.2 5 6 6
Easy to work with. Rich, sophisticated tone. Fabulous colour used on timber panelling in a fairly dark bedroom with Lime White on the ceiling. The paint looks almost like a salmon colour in the tin but when used dries to a deeper, richer hue. Great with the dark oak bedroom furniture and polished brassware. Highly recommended! 30 January 2015
Nice colour, blotchy finish Two coats of topcoat over two of recommended undercoat and the result was still disappointing, a blotchy finish that wasn't as good as it should have been, given the price of the product. 20 December 2014
This product has great depth of colour. As ever, a high quality product that has added warmth and quality to our home. 18 September 2014
lovely colours and sheen but very difficult to use As always farrow and ball have great colours but the paint was very difficult to work with. Consistency very thick so hard to avoid drips, left a.lot of patchiness and took ages to paint the area. 07 January 2014
Deeper tone in a small room I was surprised, as this dried darker than I expected. That said, it has a very warm tone to it. This colour was used in a massage room. I love it best when the sun shines on it through a west window. 27 December 2013
Great paint F&B paint is great as being water-based it does not set off migraines for me like horrid synthetic paints do. It is also lovely to work with and apply. The floor paint so far seems very hard-wearing and has a nice sheen to it. I am pleased with the colour which is very warm without being to intense. 27 July 2013
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