“This rich clean red is named after the charming village houses built over the years for the clergy. Rectory Red is a blackened and aged version of Blazer and feels much more sophisticated, especially when contrasted with Red Based Neutrals such as Joa’s White. It is a warming colour which will intensify when used in a small space to create the most welcoming of rooms. Pair with our Red & Warm Tones Primer & Undercoat.”
Farrow & Ball Rectory Red Paint Color for Interiors
The following images are from real customers on the Farrow & Ball website.
Cosy living room wall painted in Farrow & Ball Rectory Red.
Painted in Estate Emulsion. 2 coats on top of the Red & Warm Tones undercoat has left an even, luscious deep colour. Rectory Red paint color looks great in combination with white.
Farrow & Ball Rectory Red Paint and All White Color work well together. Use Rectory Red for an accent.
Fireplace painted in white and walls in Farrow & Ball’s Rectory Red.
A Traditional hallway with walls painted in Farrow & Ball Rectory Red.
A festive hallway with walls in Rectory Red Modern Emulsion and door / trim in Rectory Red Estate Eggshell. THis hallway is full of red paint, red walls, red trim and a red front door!
Rectory Red looks great used on the kitchen walls and ceiling for a pop of color.
Kitchen island painted in Farrow & Ball Rectory Red. Kitchen cabinets are painted in Farrow & Ball Lamp Room Gray.
Rectory Red with Strong White paint color to transform a dark bathroom.