No wallflowers here…

The creations of Farrow & Ball have often been featured in WAG.

The British company – now marking its 70th anniversary – creates eye-catching wallpaper and paint that continue to connect with our readers.

So we’re happy to share details of the company’s latest collection, a line of wallpaper inspired by the 1940s (the decade in which the firm was founded).

As we’ve been told, “Three unique designs – Arcade, Gable and Enigma – put a contemporary and playful spin on antiquated patterns, embracing the sense of sophistication associated with the post-war period in a refreshing way.”

Regarding production:

“Made in the same way as all our Farrow & Ball artisanal wallpapers, the new designs are traditionally block printed using real paints, creating a seamless look in any space. Each design is available in seven colourways, ranging from delicate neutrals and muted pastels, to bolder tones with metallic accents.”

Intrigued? Check it out at the Farrow&Ball showroom in Greenwich, at 32 E. Putnam Ave., which has also been featured in WAG.

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– Mary Shustack

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