Celebrated paint purveyor, Farrow & Ball have revisited the elegance of 18th-century motifs with their new wallpaper collection, The Baroque Papers. Block-printed in the firm’s 21 colorways, you are sure to find one that suits.
Farrow & Ball is one of the highest quality paint companies in the world. They’ve been making paint in England, one batch at a time, since 1946 and remain one of a few companies making a full range of traditional and modern paint finishes. And so it comes as no surprise, that their extraordinary collection of artisanal wallpapers made using real Farrow & Ball paint is just as carefully crafted. Each double roll is 21″ wide and costs $230. Visit Farrow & Ball to view the entire collection, as well as see each paper paired with various colors of paint. Fabulous!
Acanthus, from The Baroque Papers collection, features a detailed fluid stripe with a soft, curvy leaf design that playfully weaves the length of the wallpaper. I love the dark chocolate and mocha palette, softened with just a touch of purple in its base.
Orangerie is bursting with extravagant detail encapsulating exotic leaf patterns interspersed with flowers and fruit. The central pineapple motif is right on trend with recent design happenings. I love this pattern in all of its colors!
Versailles is a grand damask style design, overflowing with opulence. The elegant print will add bold grace and elegance to any room. I love the deep navy blues of this color. Perfect for a sexy powder room, or to create a focal wall in a boudoir.