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I have been familiar with Farrow & Ball's incredible color palette for years and had the opportunity to drop in the downtown Chicago store the other day.
Have you peeked inside the yummy book FARROW & BALL The Art of Color (Gibbs Smith) ?
It's a thing. of. beauty.
Author Brian Coleman and photographer Edward Addeo lead us on a tour of castles, cottages, lofts, and more to demonstrate how paint color and wallpaper work magic in a variety of spaces.
Don't miss the Farrow & Ball 'pale powder' and 'off white' kitchen on p. 138...the tile is to die for, and I keep the book permanently open to this page!
Have a favorite go-to paint color you return to again and again?(Michelle Hello Lovely INC 2011-08-23)
Over the last seven decades, Farrow & Ball has built a remarkable reputation as the leader in luxury paint and wallpaper, catering to top designers and discerning homeowners who seek only the finest quality products to adorn their walls. Offering a unique color palette, stunning depth of color, great coverage and a wide choice of finishes, Farrow & Ball products are found in many of the world's most exclusive properties.Author Brian Coleman hosts a tour of cottages, castles, lofts and beyond that illustrates how paint and wallpaper are paramount to a room's overall design and feel. Visually stunning interiors, inspiring color schemes, and an abundance of design ideas reveal how to choose finishes and colors and build cohesive, stylish rooms by using furnishings and fabrics that blend with and accent the walls.
Travel across the continent from Miami to Maine, Canada to California, visiting a wide selection of extraordinary and inspired interiors. From a classically furnished pre-war Manhattan apartment to a postmodern glass and concrete home in Toronto, see how top interior designers are taking color to a new level of art, and catch an exciting glimpse of why Farrow & Ball colors are the palette of choice for today's designers.
BRIAN D. COLEMAN, M.D., is a practicing psychiatrist in Seattle, Washington. Also an old-house enthusiast, he has grown his love for historic restoration into an active second career. He is the West Coast editor for Old House Interiors and has written numerous articles on historic home design for magazines ranging from Old House Journal to Period Living in the U.K. Brian is the author of Scalamandré, Window Dressings, Historic Arts and Crafts Homes, and Cottages, among other home design books. He divides his time between New York and Seattle.
EDWARD ADDEO is a New York-based photographer whose work has appeared in Vogue, House Beautiful, and the New York Times magazine, among other publications. He has also photographed several books, including Cherished Objects and The Art of the Party. He lives with his family in New York.
I love F&B. Love their paint. Love their style/inspiration resources. This book is an excellent reference resource for 1990s decorating but not relevant if you are looking for a... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Rebecca Mulligan
Beautifully done book. I enjoyed the many examples of rooms/colors/textures/lighting, etc. I would recommend the book for different perspectives of style, but a bit outdated. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jill H.
I purchased this book for my sister for her birthday and she loves it!Published 13 months ago by Diane Callicutt
As another reviewer mentioned the interiors are dated and dull and the range of colors is extremely limited. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Anonymous
My son received this beautiful book as a Christmas present. I am hoping to get one of my own.
I love the way the photographer uses natural light. Read more