On this project, the client called us in for a ‘complete kitchen revamp’. their kitchen had previously been painted in an off white and was ready for a fresh new look.
Some time was spent on selecting the best colour for the job and finally Farrow & Ball Worsted was chosen. We washed down the cabinets with sugar soap and then applied 2 oil undercoats. Finally the eggshell finish in Farrow and Ball Worsted was applied, which is a stunning grey colour – see below.
To complete the transformation, we fitted new black door knobs. The client was extremely pleased with the finished result (and even gave us a tip).
Farrow & Ball Worsted – This rich mid grey conjures memories of city suits made from flat woven fabric, so was named after the Norfolk village where the yarn was originally woven. For devotees of our Easy Neutrals, Worsted is stronger in tone than its counterpart Purbeck Stone, but lighter than Mole’s Breath. It has an understated richness with no cold tones, making it the perfect background to make clean accent colours pop.