This is our third addition on choosing white paint! Farrow and Ball does all of the hard work for you when choosing colors. Below are four more wonderful choices from this great paint company! This group includes "cool greys" that work well in contemporary settings but with a slight warm feel.
Elephant's Breath - This is one of the most popular colors from Farrow and Ball. A great color to use as a feeling for "stone". The photo depicts this color on the far wall. This color matches well with Cornforth White, Slipper Satin, Strong White, All White, Charleston Gray and Pelt.
Skimming Stone - This is a versatile white without common undertones of green or yellow. The word skimming refers to its original use in the 19th century as a whitewash or skim color. This color matches well with Elephant's Breath, Strong White, Wimborne White, Charleston Gray, London Clay and Dead Salmon.
Strong White - This is a bright and clean white when used with darker colors. This color matches well with Pointing, All White, Wimborne White, Elephant's Breath, Charleston Gray and London Clay.
Wimborne White - This color works well with All White and Pointing. Named after a historic Dorset town. Works well with New White, All White, Strong White, Clunch, Old White, Bone, Off Black and Studio Green.
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