Farrow & Ball Paint: Living Room wall in India Yellow No.66, cupboard: Mahogany No.36, upper skirting: Old White No.4 and lower skirting: Off-Black No.57 | Casein Distemper and Dead Flat - See more at: http://us.farrow-ball.com/living-room-inspiration/content/fcp-content#sthash.BYYSjMPR.dpuf

Great use of colour colours in this Living Room Painted In Farrow & Ball India Yellow, Mahogany, Old White And Off-Black.

this foyer done in Farrow's Cream and Borrowed Light

Pinner writes: "My new favorite paint, Farrow and Ball. I love this foyer done in Farrow's Cream and Borrowed Light.

House from across the road. As before, Farrow and Ball Railings on the gate, facia board, gas box, step and soon the fence (Tuesday), Shaded white on the windows and India Yellow on the door.

House from across the road. As before, Farrow and Ball Railings on the gate, facia board, gas box, step and soon the fence (Tuesday), Shaded white on the windows and India Yellow on the door.

Farrow  Ball India Yellow with Vanity Fair 'Men of the Day' prints in walnut frames. James Bailey

Farrow & Ball India Yellow for the downstairs loo (love the tortoise shell frames, would also work well with black accents)

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Yellow and grey living room

Zesty yellow living room with bay window This room is all about balance and symmetry of furniture, accessories and colour. We love the way this bold, mustardy yellow brings life to an otherwise neutral living room scheme. Scatter cushions on the sofa draw

Lounge with walls in India Yellow Casein Distemper, shelving unit in Mahogany Dead Flat and trim in Old White Dead Flat.

Great use of colour colours in this Living Room Painted In Farrow & Ball India Yellow, Mahogany, Old White And Off-Black.

India Yellow No.66.   First available in England in the 18th century this pigment was produced by reducing the bright yellow urine of cows fed on a special diet of mango leaves.  http://www.farrow-ball.com/india-yellow/colours//fcp-product/100066

India Yellow No.66. First available in England in the 18th century this pigment was produced by reducing the bright yellow urine of cows fed on a special diet of mango leaves. http://www.farrow-ball.com/india-yellow/colours//fcp-product/100066


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