These Farrow and Ball hallway ideas will provide you with the perfect inspiration for your next hallway makeover, whether you’re looking to decorate with a creamy off white or a bold shade like Railings.
First impressions count here, and it’s a perfect opportunity to set the tone for what is to come in the rest of your house, and create that warm and inviting ambience with your guests.
Let’s explore some of the best Farrow and Ball hallway ideas to help you choose the perfect colour for your hallway…
The Best Farrow and Ball Hallway Ideas
Farrow and Ball Railings Hallway
Railings is one of the most popular defining, dark shades in the Farrow and Ball collection. I absolutely love its use in a hallway as an accent colour such as on a bannister like this.
It provides an instant focal point as you enter the house, and it creates a striking contrast against the neutral walls. If you’re wanting to team it with another Farrow and Ball shade on the walls, Skimming Stone, Elephants Breath and Cornforth White are beautiful choices.
If you do opt for a shade such as Railings, make sure you add some further black accents throughout the hallway as it will tie the space together beautifully.
Get this hallway look with Railings on the bannister with a Purbeck Stone match on the panelling and brilliant white on the upper half of the wall.
Farrow and Ball French Gray Hallway
Farrow & Ball’s French Gray falls into the green-grey family of colours. It is described as a soft, muted green with subtle grey undertones which can look different in different lights throughout the day.
This shade brings a warm feel to a hallway and can be a refreshing alternative to an off-white.
Pair with black accents for some much needed definition against the colour, it will create a cohesive hallway and will draw you through into the house.
Farrow and Ball Pigeon Hallway
Pigeon is a beautiful and highly popular F&B paint shade. Another green-grey colour that’s versatile and dynamic for use in a hallway.
In situ, this paint can look like a rich, deep green, with subtle blue undertones. Whilst this colour looks great if you colour drench with it (take the colour all up the walls and onto the ceiling), it can look just as effective with a half wall panelling look, creating a striking contrast that will draw your eye up as you enter the room, making the space feel bigger than it is.
Farrow and Ball Mizzle Hallway
Greens remain a popular and on-trend colour addition in a hallway right now, and Mizzle is one of them.
Mizzle is described as a soft and calming blue-green with a grey undertone. It’s a versatile and soothing colour that can work well in various rooms, creating a serene and relaxed atmosphere.
Pair with a bright white in the space for a crisp, striking look. Alternatively, think about incorporating some well placed black accents for definition and a touch of modernity in the hallway.
Farrow and Ball Ammonite Hallway
Farrow & Ball’s “Ammonite” is a pale, warm grey colour.
Ammonite is a versatile and popular neutral shade, known for its ability to create a soft and calming atmosphere in interior spaces.
It’s earthy tones makes it pair well with neutrals, earthy colours and warmer tones such as dusty pink for a beautiful accent and pop of colour.
Pair with half wall panelling for added character and paint the upper half in bright white for a crisp contrast, it will also help to give the illusion of a bigger space.
Farrow and Ball Elephant’s Breath Hallway
Elephant’s Breath is one of the most popular contemporary grey’s in the Farrow & Ball paint collection. This warm mid grey is an inviting alternative to a bright white or magnolia shade in an interior.
Elephant’s Breath has beige and grey undertones, and pairing with similar tonal and neutral combinations creates a beautiful and soft colour scheme.
Introduce some black accents for definition, it will also bring a welcome touch of modernity with it. Perfect for both traditional and modern interior schemes.
Farrow and Ball Skimming Stone Hallway
Farrow and Ball’s Skimming Stone is a warm grey colour with subtle beige undertones. It is often described as a soft, calming colour that works well in both modern and traditional interiors. Because of its undertones, Skimming Stone can be considered as a greyish-beige colour.
If you’re looking to use Skimming Stone on the walls, F&B suggest using Wimborne White on areas such as skirting boards and architraves, and Strong White as an accent colour.
Through my design experience, I personally prefer to carry through the wall colour you use on the skirtings too, especially in small spaces as it instantly draws the eye up.
If you start using different colours on the skirtings to what you do on the walls it can cause instant chaos as you’re trying to take in the different colours as you enter a room.
Farrow and Ball Green Smoke Hallway
First impressions count as you step into a home, so make it an impactful one! I adore the colour drenching of Green Smoke in this hallway, a restorative and warming colour that brings impact and style.
Green Smoke is described as a muted and calming green with grey undertones. It has a subtle and sophisticated look, making it a popular choice for various interior spaces.
Introduce some natural accessories and materials such as rattan runner rugs for a really earthy, rustic feel in your hallway.
Farrow and Ball Shaded White Hallway
Shaded White is described as a warm and creamy off-white with subtle hints of beige and grey. It’s a versatile and timeless colour that complements a wide range of interior styles.
Using shaded white on a half wall panelling look that ascends the stairs is a hugely popular look in hallways, painting it on the lower half of the panelling adds a bit of definition whilst avoiding the walls feeling flat.
Add a bright white to the upper half for a crisp contrast, and to naturally draw the eye up as you step through the front door.
There are so many gorgeous Farrow and Ball hallway ideas, but these cover just some of their most popular paints colours within their collection. Which Farrow and Ball hallway idea is your favourite?
Before You Go…
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