Creating colourful spaces this spring with Farrow & Ball

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Spring is the perfect time to give your home a fresh new look. Hear Farrow & Ball's colour curator, Joa Studholme as she speaks with Katrina Burroughs, interiors editor of The Times and The Sunday Times about how to choose the right colours for your home.

In an inspiring conversation with Katrina Burroughs, Farrow & Ball’s Colour Curator Joa Studholme shared invaluable tips and tricks learnt in her more than 25 years at Farrow & Ball, showing us how to bring a touch of spring to our interiors.

As the brand’s original Colour Consultant, Joa also has a wealth of experience transforming homes of all shapes and sizes. She shared with us some of her favourite past projects, and some of the most common problems she’s called into people’s homes to fix, before answering your decorating dilemmas.

This event is hosted in partnership with Farrow & Ball, the British paint brand transforming homes all over the world with its 75 years of colour expertise. From its home in Dorset, Farrow & Ball creates richly pigmented paint colours in an eco-friendly water base, as well as luxurious, handcrafted wallpapers created using artisanal printing methods and Farrow & Ball’s very own paint.

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Joa Studholme has been with Farrow & Ball for over 25 years – in that time, she’s developed colour ranges and consulted on design projects all over the world, as well as helping countless colour consultancy customers to transform their homes. As Farrow & Ball’s Colour Curator and author of Farrow & Ball titles including Recipes for Decorating and How to Decorate, it’s no surprise that Joa Studholme knows the Farrow & Ball palette and finishes inside and out.

Katrina Burroughs works across The Times and The Sunday Times as interiors editor, and has written a design trends column for the Home section for over a decade. Her first editing job was at a magazine about stolen art, and she subsequently wrote for the Evening Standard and the FT’s How to Spend It. Her mission has been to persuade readers to embrace colour and pattern in their interiors, and she firmly believes that the first steps on the path to a happy home are sending off for wallpaper samples and colour charts.

 

 
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