CROMARTY by Farrow & Ball. Inspired by sea mist and named after the Cromarty Firth estuary, a place of swirling mists mentioned daily in The Shipping Forecast, which is in itself part of the fabric of British coastal life.
Farrow & Ball, Vardo No. Named after traditional Gypsy wagons in the early century, this striking teal shade was produced with the same expert craftsmanship as its namesake. The color pairs well with reds or dark greys.
Farrow & Ball, Inchyra Blue No. Named after the small Scottish settlement of Inchyra, the aged blue grey shade was first used in houses there to play off moody Scottish skies. The deep indigo hue is reminiscent of twilight.