Oxford Stone

No. 264

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

Oxford Stone was inspired by the colour of the pretty Cotswold houses in Oxfordshire. It is the darkest of our Red Based Neutrals so combines perfectly with both Joa’s White and Dimity on ceilings and woodwork if you want a paired down neutral scheme. In isolation it creates an understated but warm room, suitable for use in both contemporary and traditional situations. Mid Tones Undercoat.

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Oxford Stone 4.6 5 24 24
Beautiful rich colour Farrow and Ball paint always provide a quality finish. Oxford Stone goes well with many other colours, used New White on the woodwork to complement the walls. Looks great with Red Earth too. 20 April 2015
Good Coverage Lovely warm colour, easy to apply and looks great. 16 March 2015
Beautiful Stunning colour in my drawing room and a dream to use !! 23 February 2015
Fabulous finish and so easy to use Following advice received on what colour to use in my hallway, outlining that I had woodwork painted in Mouse's Back and reds and golds in the curtains and soft furnishings I used the estate emulsion in Oxford Stone which complimented the whole scheme and gave a really homely and warm feeling. The quality of the paint actually made the walls look a better quality. A fabulous smooth finish. Definitely needs two coats but really easy to put on. Loved the colour so much used it in the lounge as well. 21 February 2015
Stunning finish A great quality paint. The colour suits perfectly and the finish is amazing, will definitely use again. 17 December 2014
strange colour I am ready to repaint my kitchen and have ivory units. This paint looks to be a sandy colour in the tin but when it is on ther wall looks slightly mauve in colour. am I wrong? Terry 07 December 2014
Lovely warm, soft colour Beautiful depth of colour, perfect for the room. Easy to apply and good coverage 21 October 2014
Lack of durability Put 3 coats over prepared , sanded floor and marked already after one week. 15 October 2014
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