Décor Trend: Textural Wallpapers
Farrow & Ball crafts four new quality wallpapers you can touch.
January 25, 2013
Passionate about wallpaper? You're not alone. Classic design, exotic animal prints, and geometric patterns are a few of the motifs found in Farrow & Ball's four new wallpaper designs. Dubbed Latest & Greatest, the lovely little collection is available in five colors, ranging from soft and soothing to bold and bright. “We’re really excited to introduce four distinctive new wallpaper designs," says Farrow & Ball director Sarah Cole. "Ocelot, Rajah Stripe, Lattice, and Tessella embrace the current trends for animal prints and geometric designs, while retaining a timeless quality."
Certainly, timelessness is a major part of Farrow & Ball’s brand philosophy. Founded by paint pioneers John Farrow and Richard Ball, the company makes everything at its Dorset, England factory using age-old production methods and zero VOC (volatile organic compounds) water-based paints, as quality is of utmost importance. Texture, too, is another Farrow & Ball calling card. "Texture remains hugely important in interiors and like all our wallpapers, the new designs are created using traditional methods and real Farrow & Ball paints, giving them a unique, tactile appearance that encompasses this trend,” explains Cole. Even better, all Farrow & Ball wallpapers are stain resistant and wipeable.