featured wallpaper

Featured Wallpaper



Tourbillon is taken from the Ducharne studio which created designs for some of the most famous couture houses in France from the 1920s to 1960s. The paper is composed of segmented circles which blend to give a graphic look.


Made in Britain

Since our birth in the 30's, Farrow & Ball has always stayed true to its roots. From our home in the heart of Dorset, to our richly pigmented colours which have been used in collaboration with the National Trust for Places of Interest or Natural Beauty of the UK. We love everything British and hope you do too!

To celebrate our British roots, we’ve created this image for you to show your online friends just how passionate about colour and decoration you are!

So remember, Keep Calm And Decorate!

Click on your favourite image below depending on whether you want the 'timeline' or 'profile' size picture - then save to your computer by right-clicking and selecting 'save as', then upload to Facebook.

Facebook Timeline Photo


Facebook Profile Photo


Click on your favourite image below, save it to your computer then upload to Twitter.


Click on your favourite image below on your ipad or iphone to open the full size image. Then hold your finger on the image for a second and choose 'save image'. Then in your photo folder you can choose to set as your lock screen or home screen.



About Farrow & Ball

At Farrow & Ball we are devoted to producing unparalleled paints and wallpapers that transform homes around the world. We are paint perfectionists, creating unmatched paint colours using only the finest ingredients and age-old methods which have withstood the test of time and the passage of many a fickle fad. Our painted wallpapers are unique, created using our own paints traditionally trough or block printed onto ground papers to give them an extraordinary texture and appearance.

Today, our quest to create unmatchable products continues. Over the years we have grown our range of paint finishes, and we’ve added wallpapers to our portfolio, but we’ve never forgotten our past. We may have over thirty showrooms as far and wide as New York, Paris and London, but every batch of paint or wallpaper, however large or small, is still made in our factory in Dorset, England.