Cooking Apple Green

No. 32

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

Cooking Apple Green is a Farrow & Ball classic which always feels charmingly familiar and, like all greens, creates the feeling of health and vigour. It has a rich, old fashioned appeal in darker situations, but becomes fresh and pretty with a botanical twist, in well lit rooms and when contrasted with a bright white. Mid Tones Undercoat.

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Cooking Apple Green 4.7 5 36 36
Warm and fresh I used this colour in the kitchen. It gives a fresh feel to the whole room but it also gives it warmth without making it dark. Simply gorgeous 14 March 2015
Beautiful colour for my kitchen walls We used this paint on our kitchen / dining room walls. It looks wonderful with our new kitchen units painted with "White Tie". It also had to work well with our heavy Oak dining furniture. The result was really good. I made an Austrian blind for the kitchen & curtains for the dining room in a matching pale green silk material. The kitchen is now 2 years old & it all still looks wonderful. Worth buying the Modern Emulsion as everything wipes off.. Including curry & red wine splashes!!! 28 February 2015
Excellent product It's always a bit of a dilemma as to whether the expense of Farrow and Ball paint is actually worth it. However, I'm more and more convinced that it generally is. The colours are alsways just a bit better than everyone else's, the paint is clearly of very good quality as it is applied and covers really well. The amount of splatter is so minimal that it hardly registers. And most important of all....the wife loves it. Reassuringly expensive. 16 February 2015
Lovely, fresh colour This colour looks great on our wooden kitchen. We have a south facing room that allows plenty of natural light. Suprised at the range of tones reflected off the cuboards pending on the time of day. 11 January 2015
Excellent paint Very easy to apply and coverage very good - nice finish. 22 October 2014
wow i love it,its very dark sage in colour when put over white but as my walls were a brown cappacino colouur this went over the top perfect Over cappacino coloured walls this became a guacamole colour and looks amazing so glad i took the risk my walls really stand out now against a walnut styled kitchen 15 October 2014
Excellent colour and hard wearing I have an east facing kitchen and applied Cooking Apple green to the cupboards 10 years ago. I have an accent wall in Radiccio. The wall has been reprinted many times but cupboards are only now showing signs of wear. Everyone loves the combination. 19 September 2014
Think twice for North facing Firstly, I love this colour. We tested it in a few places in the house and it looks beautiful anywhere with a south facing light. It has so much character, changing with the time of day and I don't think you would ever get bored with it. BUT the place it fitted best in our design decor was the kitchen which is North facing. I tried to love it in there as I really wanted to use the colour but I'm afraid it just looked a little bit gungy. I know, I know, I'm sorry... in the hallway it was sophisticated, light and bright but with depth of pigment and really just delicious and satisfying. But don't assume it looks the same everywhere. Incidentally we've ordered skylight for the North facing kitchen which was very "clean" by comparison. 07 June 2014
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