Farrow & Ball have taken inspiration from their home in the charming Dorset countryside for their latest wallpaper collection. The three new designs are evocative of rural scenes with hazy grasses, endless hedgerows and pretty blossoms; all conceived to create a softer more peaceful look in our homes.
For the first time they have included a large scale border, Feather Grass, in the new collection. The pattern is 1m 40cm high and its
gentle outlines will create a calming look in any room. I’m trying to find a place for it at home, I love it so much. Wonder if the BF fancies doing the living room again? But actually I think it would look great along the upstairs landing where there is no furniture to hide its beautiful pattern.
Hornbeam celebrates the hedgerows characteristic of the British countryside. Made popular by English gardener Tom Stuart-Smith, hornbeams are often cloud pruned into the shapes seen in this design.
Last but not least, Blostma is named after the old English for blossom, and is inspired by the serendipitous moment when petals are caught and carried away by the breeze. Full of movement, this small-scale design captures the beauty of a soft shower of petals.
Made in the same way as all Farrow & Ball artisanal wallpapers, these new designs are traditionally block printed using real Farrow & Ball paints, creating beautiful papers with a uniquely textured appearance. Each design is available in 7 colourways ranging from muted pastels to bolder tones with metallic accents.
Available to purchase from showrooms, stockists and online from 7th September.