Farrow & Ball

Started in Dorset, back in 1946, by John Farrow and Richard Ball. John Farrow was a trained chemist who worked for Ireland’s Agnew Paints during the Second World War, while Richard Ball was an engineer who survived capture as a prisoner of war.

The pair built their first factory in Verwood, Dorset, and went on to supply paint for the Ford Motor Company, Raleigh Bicycles, the Admiralty and the War Office.

Back in 2010, F&B we were the first in the industry to move to an entirely water based range. Now, all of their paints are classed as Minimal or Low VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds),

F&B’s uncompromising dedication to quality is evident in every component of their paint, from the responsibly sourced pigments that give it its rich colour to its iconic and infinitely recyclable tin. They are uncompromising about who they work with, LDM are one of the biggest suppliers of Farrow and Ball paint on the UK

Available in 132 unique colour and new Natural History Museum range offing an additional 16 unique colours of nature, in a range of finishes including their signature finish Estate Emulsion which provides a unique, rich, chalk finish.

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