It all started in Dorset, back in 1946, with local pioneers John Farrow and Richard Ball. Farrow was a trained chemist who worked for Ireland’s Agnew Paints during the Second World War, while Ball was an engineer who survived capture as a prisoner of war. They met at a local clay pit and together shared a passion for making rich colours to original formulations using only the finest ingredients

If you’ve ever wondered what it makes Farrow & Ball so special? From the high-quality ingredients to the artisanal methods, the eco-friendly formulas to  sustainable practices, it’s about so much more than just paint and paper

Ask us what the single most important characteristic that makes Farrow & Ball paint so very special is, and we’ll tell you this… It’s the extraordinary way our deep and richly pigmented colours respond to light throughout the day, bringing walls to life. This distinctive Farrow & Ball look can be made uniquely yours, inside and out, wherever you live and whatever your style.

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