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have you seen farrow & ball's new color curation yet?

A blue shelf with flowers and pots/Photography: Farrow & Ball/Sloe Blue, Pantalon, and Clunch paints play well together with Liberty's Felix Raison fabric.

Two British brands—paint titan Farrow & Ball and iconic interiors brand Liberty London—teamed up on a collection that is being launched today. Fifteen paint hues from the Farrow & Ball Archive collection along with interiors fabrics from the Liberty Modern Collector line are paired together in the collection.

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The two brands worked together to create the curation, which includes 100 historic colors from the Farrow & Ball archive. Joa Studholme, curator for the paint brand, said, "Each of our Archive colors is greatly treasured—many customers consider them hidden jewels, which makes them very appealing. Others take comfort in knowing that a favorite color used to decorate one's home years ago is still readily available today. Each one is as loved now as when it was first created."


A deep blue room featuring upholstered chair and open French door/Photography: Farrow & Ball/Farrow & Ball's Berrington Blue wallcolor complements Liberty's Palampore Trail fabric, of the drapes, and Ottoman Spot, on the upholstered chair.

Genevieve Bennett, who heads design interiors at Liberty, said, "All our collections are very color-led so it was incredibly exciting to extend the Modern Collector range further with Farrow & Ball—another brand with a deep heritage and authority in color—to curate an edit of 15 beautiful shades from their archive." 

A pale pink room with gray patterned drapes/Photography: Farrow & Ball/A glimpse of Farrow & Ball's Mushroom-hued paint Smoked Trout is paired here with Persian Voyage fabric from Liberty.

Continues Genevieve, "Liberty pattern is intricate and eclectic; I always feel that heritage pattern really comes alive when used with solid color. Pairing our iconic designs with exquisite paint colors such as these really gives the pattern space to breathe and sing. It has added another dimension to the collection and we are so looking forward to seeing them together within homes."

A deep yellow room featuring botanical print fabrics/Photography: Farrow & Ball/Farrow & Ball's deep Cola and camel Cane hues are paired here with Botanical Flora and Cotton Velvet fabrics.

The paint curation is available starting today, October 1, in Farrow & Ball showrooms, at select stockists, and online at farrow-ball.com. Liberty interiors fabrics are available to purchase from libertylondon.com

A green sitting room with pale pink drapes/Photography: Farrow & Ball/Farrow & Ball's Suffield Green and Modern Eggshell appear here with Wiltshire Blossom and Emberton Linen designs from Liberty.

Looking to sample Farrow & Ball? Discover our selection of peel and stick paint samples from the famed British brand. 

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Ready to play with color? Get started by sampling! Shop some of our favorite Farrow & Ball hues and see what they look like on your wall.

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