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

Off-White is the mid tone in our group of traditional neutrals so works perfectly with Old White, Slipper Satin and Lime White. Its underlying green gives it an unsurpassed softness creating a traditional wall colour or as a sophisticated woodwork tone to be used with the stronger Farrow & Ball classics. Off-White is also great for use on floors, bouncing light on to walls but retaining a soft warm feel. White & Light Tones undercoat.

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Off-White 4.8 5 17 17
Whiter shades of pale Love how this colour changes throughout the day and even in different parts of the room according to the light. Partly in a North facing room but never looks drab. Offsets well against Pointing woodwork and black walnut. A contemporary alternative to creamier shades. Our decorator likes working with F&B too. 06 January 2015
Kitchen Walls I bought this paint to compliment a grey green painted oak kitchen, it picks itself out on its green undertones perfectly. 07 November 2014
Limewash - disappointing coverage We used F&B limewash 5 years ago. This time we have been disappointed by the coverage. Can only presume the 'recipe' has changed.... ? 13 October 2014
A beautiful very pale green almost green grey depending on the light. Very, very restful. A very restful and calming colour. Off white used on bedroom walls, along with Clunch to the woodwork, and french gray to a beautiful old piece of furniture with a lovely antique mirror. Looks fabulous with oak doors. So nice, repeating the colour to the entrance hall. 07 October 2014
Simply the Best We have decorated three extensions to our home using Farrow & Ball paints. Perhaps slightly more expensive than competitors, but, the end product combined with ease of application certainly compensates. Would without the slightest hesitation recommend all Farrow & Ball products to those decorating their premises! 01 August 2014
Modern Emulsion more yellow-toned than Estate Emulsion? I love this colour and have used Estate Emulsion on most walls in my home. However, I used Modern Emulsion in one room, and it looks different from the Estate Emulsion. The Modern Emulsion seems to be more yellow in tone, compared with the greyer Estate Emulsion. It could be a trick of the light, but has anyone else noticed this? 01 June 2014
What a finish I used this on my ceiling rather than a pure white as that would have looked too harsh against the wall colour (Ball Green). I did put up a new ceiling (plastered) but the finish was beautiful and flat and very consistent. Looks absolutely fabulous! 12 March 2014
Lovely colours. Wonderful to apply. Excellent finish We always buy F&B paint. You can't get better quality for period properties. 09 March 2014
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