Colour, Finish and Durability
The colour is exactly what I wanted with a matt finish which is incredibly hard wearing and durable.
15 May 2015
High quality paint
According to my local decorator this was the best quality paint he had ever used. A very high quality that is easy to use with very high quality finish.
29 April 2015
Drop dead gorgeous colour
We are having our kitchen made from wood and painted. I wanted a grey-green-blue shade (the kitchen is in Provence) which would look good in a room without great natural light (the kitchen faces north). We haven't yet done the work, but I painted all 6 samples on large pieces of wood (the larger the better I think) and stood them all up on the worktop. All 6 were lovely colours, but I went straight for Mizzle. It's much more beautiful than it looked either on the sample card or on my screen, and so restful. It's the sort of colour I feel I could never tire of (just as well as the kitchen will be so expensive!). And, as the description says, it looks different as the natural light changes.
23 April 2015
calm and lovely
Have just used this colour in the kitchen. it tones in with everything and works well with neutral and bright colours. I love it.
15 March 2015
Wow this paint is amazing. Although abit expensive you cannot fault the overall finish so classy. Love the different colours you can see depending on the time of day - is it green,blue or grey? First time purchaser to F&B but already planning my next project and will definitely be buying this paint again.
07 March 2015
beautiful calm understated colour
Really lovely colour as always from Farrow and Ball. It's very much a greyish green on our walls which is absolutely what we were after. We have always used F&B estate emulsion but as this room is a high traffic area we opted for the modern emulsion. The paint went on nicely (2 coats) and the sheen on the modern emulsion is quite minimal.
23 February 2015
love this product
very quick delivery, love the colour, easy to work with, love it
12 February 2015
Lovely versatile colour
Last summer I changed my kitchen cupboards from Vert de Terre to Mizzle. Not exactly a big change, you might think, but then I liked VdT and, to me, Mizzle is just a lighter, greyer shade of VdT. Definitely green I would say, although my sister-in-law sees it as grey. We just don't get the blue at all.
Blue, grey or green, I like the colour so much, I've painted it on the walls of a spare bedroom as well. A lovely, relaxing, serene colour which goes just as well in a bedroom as it does in the kitchen.
09 February 2015