Welcoming spring, for some, is synonymous with the task of cleaning and reorganizing the home. But there are alternatives to the dustpan when tidying or reviving a space. Look no further than Farrow & Ball, based in Dorset, England; the company of craftspeople creates textures and traditional designs in the form of handmade wallpapers. All papers are made using age-old methods and with the company’s own paint colours, developed in house. This past January, Farrow & Ball unveiled four new wallpaper styles (Jasmine and Samphire are plant-inspired prints, Parquet is a tribal herringbone design, and Chromatic Stripe is a bold, trough-printed stripe) that reimagine classic designs with a refreshing, contemporary feel.
February 24, 2014