Farrow & Ball Green Smoke
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Green Smoke No.47 by Farrow & Ball
A deep blue-green by Farrow & Ball, Green Smoke is stunning whether used on the exterior of a home or inside.
I absolutely love the colour green and in particular Green Smoke.
I love it so much that I used this rich paint colour in my basement renovation – not once but twice! I’m sharing some of those photos here on the blog with you today.
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In this colour review video of Green Smoke by Farrow & Ball, I share:
- The undertone of my featured colour
- Colour comparisons in order to easily see the different colour tones
- Best white paint colours for the trim and ceilings
- Beautiful colour combinations to inspire you for your decorating project
You might be wondering where I used Green Smoke in my basement reno. You can see in the photo above (and I just need to say the images of my basement are not professional photos – they have yet to be taken) we painted the wall in the family room area, Green Smoke.
The second place where I used this colour will be revealed a bit further along.
Farrow & Balls’ Green Smoke
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Green Smoke Colour Review Video
This smoky green blue brings a real calmness to any interior space.
As you can see below, it’s when we start to look at comparisons to other colours, that things become very interesting.
Inchyra Blue No.289 & Bancha No.298
When I do Colour Consultations in a client’s home, I am always comparing colours so they too can easily see the differences between the paint colours.
When I hold my large paint boards up to a decorative element such as fabrics, wallpaper or subway tile and then swap out one board with another board, it becomes clear as to which colour will work best.
Best Whites To Pair With Green Smoke
White Tie No.2002 By Farrow & Ball
Pointing No.2003 By Farrow & Ball
All White No.2005 By Farrow & Ball
I can assure you that the best colour for your project already exists, you just need to know the 5 Steps on how to choose the right paint colour the first time.
Fabulous Colour Combinations
Green Smoke with Ball Green, Mouse’s Back & Stiffkey Blue
A beautiful palette bringing lovely colours from nature together. The crossbill wallpaper from A-Street Prints worked so well with these four colours.
I used part of this colour palette in the second space in my basement where we used Green Smoke – our laundry room.
We chose Green Smoke for the cabinetry this time and a dark blue for the walls. The bird and branch wallpaper incorporate the other two nature-inspired colours from the palette.
Ball Green No.75 By Farrow & Ball
Mouse’s Back No.40 By Farrow & Ball
Flooring can also be a part of how you use the colour palette, as you can see in my laundry room above. It is not intended that all the colours in the palette be paint.
Stiffkey Blue No.281 By Farrow & Ball
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Green Smoke is also included in my Farrow & Ball Classic Collection along with 9 other gorgeous F&B colours.
If you prefer Sherwin Williams paint, check out my newest Collection that showcases 10 beautiful neutrals from Sherwin Wiliams.
Remember, it only takes one mistake to take your home decorating project from divine to disaster. Don’t let the paint be what stresses you out!
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And if you love greens, make sure you check out the Colour of the Year by Benjamin Moore and all the Colour Trends for 2022.