Farrow & Ball Colour Week at London Design Festival




Tues - Sun 11am - 5pm

Free Event



Spot our colourful fleet of Farrow & Ball taxis or visit selected London showrooms to discover unique design installations and creative workshops.

To celebrate London Design Festival, Farrow & Ball has wrapped a fleet of London’s iconic black taxis in their brightly coloured wallpaper designs. Decorated from boot to bonnet with rich textures and expressive patterns, the taxis will be dotted about the city at LDF venues and Farrow & Ball showrooms.

The craftsmen in paint and paper have also commissioned a series of design installations and creative workshops at four of its London showrooms. Drop by the Islington store from Tuesday 19th to Sunday 24th September for a unique exhibition from sculptor, artist, and woodworker Joel Parkes, or visit Marylebone from Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th September for a stunning installation curated by trompe l’oeil artist Michael Angove. Farrow & Ball has partnered with Print Club London from Thursday 21st to Saturday 23rd September to offer free screen print workshops at its Chelsea and Hampstead locations.

Islington - 38 Cross Street, N1 2BG
Marylebone - 64-65 Paddington Street, W1U 4JG
Chelsea - 249 Fulham Road, SW3 6HY
Hampstead - 58 Rosslyn Hill, NW3 1ND

Farrow & Ball

Farrow & Ball is dedicated to making highly pigmented paint and handcrafted wallpaper using only the finest ingredients and age-old methods. Still made in Dorset, England, their home since 1946, the craftsmen in paint and paper proudly follow in the footsteps of founders John Farrow and Richard Ball. Their thoughtfully created palette of 132 colours is renowned for its depth and complexity. Responding extraordinarily to all types of light, the rich pigments within each hue deliver a unique depth of colour and quality of finish which brings walls around the world to life. The richness of these absorbing colours creates an inimitable vibrancy in every room, transforming modern and traditional homes, both large and small, inside and out.

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