Floor in Arsenic No.214 and stripes in Pelt No.254 | Floor Paint
The way we decorate our homes is changing. Nowadays, we’re not only interested in decorating our walls; floors are getting a makeover too. Seen as the ‘fifth wall’, floors have become a space to display artwork and do something different.
Main Floor All White No. 2005, From outside in: Babouche No. 223, Charlotte’s Locks No. 268 and Citron No. 74 | Floor Paint
Main Floor: Manor House Grey No. 265, Rug Design: Cook’s Blue No. 237, Calamine No. 230, Green Blue No. 84, Babouche No. 223, Down Pipe No. 26 and Pointing No. 2003 | Floor Paint
Available in 132 colours, Farrow & Ball Floor Paint is an easy way to update your floor, with the potential to create many different looks and feels. For example, using a single colour such as Pointing, you will create a Scandinavian feel, where as a strong colour like Black Blue will really ‘ground’ a space.
Walls: Strong White No.2001, Ceiling: All White No.2005, Wood panelling: Cornforth White No.228, Floor: Pointing No.2003 | Estate Emulsion, Estate Eggshell & Floor Paint
Main floor: Black Blue No.95, Lines: All White No.2005, Border: Arsenic No.214 and Pelt No.254 | Floor Paint
Add interest to a room by using alternative colours to create stripes, checks or if you’re feeling really creative, you can even paint your very own rug! You can create a bespoke stair runner or rug by using masking tape or freehand for a more artistic finish. Unexpected colour combinations like Arsenic, Babouche and Dove Tale will make your stairs a real talking point. Or simply paint stripes of Cook’s Blue on a Pavilion Gray floor to frame your fireplace.
Walls: Pointing No.2003, Wood panelling: Light Gray No.17, Main Floor : Dove Tale No.267, Stripes: Babouche No.223, Mahogany No.36 and Arsenic No.214 | Floor Paint
Pavilion Gray No. 242 with Cook’s Blue No.237 | Floor Paint