Farrow & Ball Reveal Colour Trends for 2022

Farrow & Ball have revealed their colour trends for 2022 and I love the comforting tones they convey.

The paint experts explain that we'll be trying to bring in familiar and comfortable colours this year, and after the past two years of uncertainty, comfort is what I am craving. Colour curator, Joa Studholme, gives her run down of the colours we'll be coveting. Ready?

 Babouche No.223

"In 2022 we will relish brighter colours that will herald a return to normality. The cheerful and uncomplicated Babouche is the perfect tone for this task. While bold, it never feels garish or overpowering"

  School House White No. 291

"Pared back, timeless and familiar without the cool undertones of the more contemporary neutral groups, this soft, off white is reminiscent of old school houses"


 Breakfast Room Green No. 81

"Named after the usually east facing rooms designed for eating the first meal of the day, it is particularly beautiful in the dawn light. When used alone on both walls and woodwork it becomes incredibly striking" 

  Stone Blue No. 86

"This warm and timeless blue is named after the indigo pigment which was often imported in lumps in the 18th century. Stone Blue's lively and saturated colour can be used alongside warmer tones such as Pelt to create an inviting vintage look or the cooler Mole's Breath for a cleaner, more contemporary feel"


Incarnadine No. 248

"Unashamedly classic and glamorous. It can be used to sumptuous effect or can feel more edgy or graphic when paired with a bright white"

Colours can really be brought to life with great imagery and these do not disappoint. There really is something for everyone!