“A strong and moody yellow: This deep mustard yellow is famously named after the pigment collected from the urine of cows fed on a special diet of mango leaves! It creates a really cosy and surprisingly un-yellow space when contrasted with a dark tone like Tanner’s Brown. It should, however, be used in moderation in small rooms where its moody intensity may be a little overwhelming. Recommended Primer & Undercoat: Mid Tones. Complementary white: New White”
Gorgeous paint color for the ceiling. Walls painted in Farrow and Ball Shaded White. Via renovations_atno6.
Yellow Home Office
Yellow is always energising! We had so much fun designing this WFH space for a lovely client in London. We used Farrow and Ball India Yellow on the walls and full gloss burgundy on the bespoke scalloped shelves. We love the patterns at play and the tension of clashing furniture styles. White painted floorboards, a touch of gloss, bold art and some textured seagrass matting…I’m all about the mix. Photo by @chriswakefield.photography