Farrow and Ball Colour Schemes These neutrals have a gossamer appearance that is ideal for those who prefer understated decoration. Neither too cool nor too warm, many people interpret them as the hugely popular tones of the Gustavian period. They are comforting and easy to use.
For a relaxed and versatile scheme, Purbeck Stone is a stronger neutral - neither too gray to be edgy and uncomfortable, nor too creamy to feel out of date. Combine with two lighter shades, Ammonite and Cornforth White, to create a colour combination that appears to come straight from the very fibre of the natural world.