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COVID-19 - Free delivery of all Farrow & Ball orders nationwide. Delivery will occur on 3rd working day after order including the day of order. For assistance call 513.973.1014. Order free color card and wallpaper samples (max 5). In response to COVID-19, we are offering FREE DELIVERY nationwide for all Farrow & Ball orders. You will receive your paint on the 3rd working day after order including the day you order. Order your FREE PAINT COLOR CARD and FREE WALLPAPER SAMPLES online today (max 5). For assistance call 513.973.1014

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Richly historical, inherently unique, and timelessly beautiful – Farrow & Ball wallpaper stands alone. There are many reasons why Farrow & Ball wallpaper has a reputation for unmatched quality and beauty.

The old proverb ‘a bad workman blames his tools’ can never be applied to Farrow & Ball paint when you use their exclusively designed range of brushes and roller. Being paint aficionados thet have crafted these products to always achieve a reliable and unsurpassable finish on your walls. Their birch handled paint brushes feature fine synthetic bristles to help reduce brush marks and maintain an illustriously smooth and constant flow. Additionally, they are designed to last. Their brushes keep their shape during application and after use. Their specially designed roller also helps provide a flawless finish with an even application that you’ll be proud of.
he Natural History Museum in London is a global authority on nature, conservation, and scientific discovery, creating wonder for all who visit. Who better, then, to help us capture the true colours of the world around us, and to bring those colours into your home?

The dazzling variety of the natural world is evident throughout the Museum, from rocks and precious stones to delicate butterfly wings. But there’s one source in particular that perfectly celebrates the biological diversity and magnificent array of colours behind each display case – kept in the Museum’s rare book library.

The story of the Colour by Nature collection has been over two centuries in the making, beginning with the publication of Werner’s Nomenclature of Colours. A ground-breaking classification of colour in nature, Werner’s Nomenclature recorded in painstaking detail the exact hues and corresponding parts of animals, vegetables and minerals from across the natural world, becoming a treasured resource for scientists and artists alike.
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