Eddy is a calm and soft green and I feel drawn to it particularly for its soothing vibes and calming nature.
This colour is said to be ‘named after the circular currents enjoyed by wild water swimmers as a natural jacuzzi’. A perfect shade to connect the outdoors with the in, to create calm and relaxing spaces. This colour would pair perfectly with natural materials and textures such as wood, rattan or seagrass and would work beautifully in a garden room, conservatory and I can even visualise it used for the interior or exterior of a rather cute outdoor potting shed! Farrow and Ball suggest the complimentary white for this colour is ‘School House White’.
Templeton Pink is a warm, welcoming and historic feeling pink and Farrow and Ball state this colour was ‘developed for the dining room at Templeton House to offset the magnificent Wedgwood plaques’. Yet they also say that it equally looks great in contemporary spaces too. Templeton Pink apparently becomes a much deeper shade in low lighting and creates a warm and inviting atmosphere, it sounds absolutely dreamy, and I cannot wait to try it out, I think this shade would work perfectly for a bedroom, paired with neutral linens and different textures! The complimentary white suggested for this colour is ‘Stirabout’. This is also one of the new 11 shades and one I am yet to try!
So what do you think? Which is your favourite? Or do you prefer one of the other new F&B shades? I would love to know what you think so do leave me a comment and let’s chat!
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