Farrow & Ball paints are born and bred in Dorset, England. They have resided there since John Farrow and fellow paint pioneer Richard Ball first founded the company in 1946. Their passion for making paint to original formulations, using only the finest ingredients and age-old methods is matched by their craftsmen today.
Wallpapers are generally made using ink. This is not the case with Farrow & Ball. Determined to follow in their founders’ footsteps, they use traditional block and trough printing methods as well as their own richly pigmented paint to give each design a sumptuous and tactile texture. This method is unique to Farrow & Ball.