After a twenty-year love affair with a pared-back colour palette, Nordic interiors are getting brighter and bolder, thanks to a new Farrow & Ball collaboration.
The recently launched ‘Nordic Edit’, sees the historical British paint company team up with Jannik Martensen-Larsen from leading Danish design studio Tapet-Café on a collection of 24 beautiful colours.
Having worked with Farrow & Ball for decades, on schemes for private and professional clients, the Nordic Edit includes some of Jannik’s all-time favourites.
Combining popular choices from the brand’s current 132 colour range, such as ‘School House White’ and ‘Railings’ both of which I’ve used in my own home, alongside a carefully curated selection from their extensive archive.
Leading the business with his wife, textile designer Helene Blanche, Tapet-Café was originally founded by Jannik’s parents back in 1974. Since then, it has become an internationally renowned name in interior design, with everything they produce, including their exquisite wallpapers, custom-made curtains and hand-printed textiles, deeply rooted in Nordic craftsmanship, aesthetics and quality.
Taking reference from contemporary art and design, through to architecture and nature, the Nordic Edit perfectly combines deep and dramatic historical shades, such as ‘Copenhagen Roof’ and ‘Danish Lawn’ with soft and subtle tones, giving any room you choose to decorate a creative, courageous and personal feel.
So, whether you’re seeking a classic timeless look or a modern moody style, the Nordic Edit from Farrow & Ball is a must for all interior design lovers.
To find out more about the Nordic Edit and to shop the collection please visit the Farrow & Ball website.
Enjoyed this post? Then take a look at this colourful clifftop summerhouse on the Danish coast just an hour’s drive north of Copenhagen.
All photography courtesy of Farrow & Ball.