Farrow & Ball: The Ringwold Papers

Farrow & Ball: The Ringwold Papers

Paint cans set aside, Farrow & Ball has introduced The Ringwold Papers, which mimic an original design for 18th- century silk couture dresses and waistcoats. Combining traditional printing methods with their signature water-based paints, this new sprig-and-berry pattern is printed to celebrate both texture and depth. Available in 48 color combinations.

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  • Farrow and Ball is also well known for its water resistant, high quality wallpapers...mostly traditional, however a few modern patterns..all available in a multitude of colours. One of the few companies left using traditional col... Farrow and Ball is also well known for its water resistant, high quality wallpapers...mostly traditional, however a few modern patterns..all available in a multitude of colours. One of the few companies left using traditional colouring , printing techniques to end up with a spectacular product....

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