Friday, August 13, 2010

Baroque Brilliance

Farrow & Ball's latest collection of traditional wallpapers proves that traditional can be colorful and exciting. The Baroque Papers is comprised of three designs, each in 21 colorways from the Farrow & Ball palette. The collection embodies the large-scale, dramatic designs reminiscent of the Baroque period. Available this September, The Baroque Papers are made using Farrow & Ball zero VOC (volatile organic compounds) paints.

Orangerie, "bursting with extravagant detail," according to Farrow & Ball, is an exotic leaf pattern interspersed with floral motifs.

Versailles is a grand damask style pattern featuring floral vines that sweep the design in elegant waves.

Acanthus features a softly curved fluid stripe along the length of the wallpaper.


  1. I like the wallpaper designs, but it can be a real pain to remove when the house starts to age. Any recommendations?

  2. The wallpapers do indeed match the furniture very well.