Pinks from Farrow & Ball offer a Versatile Palette

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Pink paints are no longer the reserve of nurseries and children’s rooms, the new pinks offer a versatile palette for every kind of space in the home especially the kitchen whether it be traditional or modern. In the Farrow & Ball pink collection, there are grown-up colours, greyed-out shades and bold flashes of colour that sit side by side with the sweetest rose, blush and baby pink hues.

Our handmade kitchens are truly bespoke and can be hand-painted in the colour of your choice. Painting the handmade furniture in a pink from Farrow & Ball is one of the most easiest ways to embrace any trend-led shade to your interior. All of the pink shades in the palette come in the Estate Eggshell, Modern Eggshell and Full Gloss finishes, meaning plenty of scope of experiment with kitchen cabinets and favourite furniture.

How about creating a focal point and painting the kitchen island pink with the rest of the cabinets in white?

Pale Pinks

Middleton Pink is fresh and uncomplicated making it the most delicate of Farrow & Ball’s pink paint colours. For a distinctly grown-up look, try Peignoir or Calamine, these soft pinks with a generous touch of grey gives a gorgeous depth of colour.

Middleton Pink

Middleton Pink from Farrow & Ball is a delicate pink and is one of their most prettiest. It was named after the discerning colourist, Catherine Middleton. The light pastel tone is fresh and uncomplicated, especially when contrasted with a white for a gently playful feel.


Calamine from Farrow & Ball is another delicate pink with a touch of grey. It is indeed named after the lotion we used as children to soothe nettle stings and rashes. The light touch of grey prevents this subtle pink from being too sugary, giving it a much fresher finish. In smaller rooms it becomes intense, but in larger well-lit rooms it feels much more delicate.


Peignoir from Farrow & Ball is a romantic grey pink inspired by the chiffon gowns in which ladies traditionally brushed their hair. Created by giving the softest of pinks a big dose of grey, this colour has a unique depth that brings whatever it’s painted on to life. It works perfectly in homes both old and new with contemporary neutrals.

Blush Pinks

Pink Ground consists of a large dose of yellow pigment, creating the softest blush of colour for warm, soothing spaces. The similarly subtle Setting Plaster mimics the shade of freshly plastered walls, creating a universally flattering backdrop to favourite pieces of wall art and furniture. Both of these colours are delicate enough to be taken across the whole room making them welcoming that you won’t be able to resist spending hours in.

Pink Ground

Pink Ground from Farrow & Ball is a dusty blush pink that started out as a delicate wallpaper background which was often requested as a paint colour. The large dose of yellow pigment within now creates the softest blush of colour for a warm and soothing finish that doesn’t feel sugary.

Setting Plaster

Setting Plaster from Farrow & Ball is a dusty plaster pink n named after the blushing walls we often admire in newly plastered houses. It is definitely a pink in historic terms but has a certain softness to it due to the yellow pigment. It creates a wonderful backdrop in contemporary homes.

Bright Pinks

The vibrant pinks within the collection are clean, uplifting and invigorating, creating space that instantly prompts a smile. Rangwali is an intensely pigmented pink that transforms smaller spaces into secret pockets of joyful colour. In larger rooms, you can balance a softer bright pink like Nancy’s Blushes.

Lake Red

Lake Red from Farrow & Ball is an adventurous cool red, a feel happy colour. This colour has been created in collaboration with the Natural History Museum. This bright and bold colour feel dynamic and energising when used in many rooms around the home.


Rangwali from Farrow & Ball is an exotic and adventurous pink. It’s incredibly friendly and takes its name from the powder which is thrown so enthusiastically during the Holi festival of colours in India. Though bright, it has an absorbing depth of colour which is achieved by adding a small dose of black pigment.

Nancy’s Blushes

Nancy’s Blushes from Farrow & Ball is their truest pink named after the scrumptious rosy cheeks of a much loved little girl called Nancy. This pink hue certainly grabs your attention when paired with a bright white, but can create quietly charming interiors when contrasted with a soft neutral in shady rooms.

Dusky Pinks

Dusky pink paints is a natural next step for lovers of neutrals, combining the cosy and the contemporary appeal of a pink hue. They are versatile and easygoing. Dead Salmon is one of Farrow & Ball’s most changeable shades, shifting from mushroom to pink depending on the light. Cinder Rose is their truest, bluest dusky pink. Sulking Room Pink strikes the balance between grey and pink, bringing out the best in traditional and contemporary spaces.

Dead Salmon

Dead Salmon by Farrow & Ball is an aged pink and has a magical quality to it as everyone sees it differently. This deep salmon pink creates the most subtle and serene of environments suitable as a backdrop in candlelit dining rooms.

Cinder Rose

Cinder Rose by Farrow & Ball is a wildly romantic rose pink that has barely any of the yellow pigment found in most pinks, making it feel bluer and more romantic. Taking its name from the prettiest of traditional roses, it is the perfect colour for creating a dusky feel.

Sulking Room Pink

Sulking Room Pink by Farrow & Ball is a romantic and muted rose with enormous warmth. Its powdery feel makes it incredibly soft and easy to use with complementary tones. Sulking Room Pink is evocative of the colours so often used in boudoirs, a room named after the French “bouder” – to sulk.


If you would like to know more on how to incorporate a pink hue into your kitchen design contact us today – we look forward to hearing from you.