Colour Palettes: The Key Neutral Groups
Choosing one of six neutral groups is a great way of achieve a cohesive, classic colour scheme for your space. Each of these colour groups contain four Farrow & Ball colours that fit seamlessly together for an understated look or as a base for bolder shades and patterns.
How To Choose A Neutral Colour Scheme?
- Begin by deciding which colour group you are most drawn to. By picking your favourite tones, you will create a welcoming retreat that naturally reflects your personality.
- Consider the light in your room. Would it benefit from warm undertones or would you like to embrace its cool light?
- Finally, think of the style of your home. If you would like more of a heritage feel, opt for the softer Traditional, Yellow Based and Red Based Neutrals. For a contemporary finish, try the subtle grey tones of our Contemporary, Easy and Architectural Neutrals.
- Remember your woodwork, ceiling, floors and doors. The transformation of a room may start with the walls, but for a carefully balanced scheme think of the room as a whole.