The sense and sensibility of Farrow&Ball
Which two of these aren’t a Farrow&Ball colour?
(Hint: one is a character from a Jane Austen novel, the other is a component of a steam engine.)
Cooking Apple Green
Sometimes, you might laugh at the name of a Farrow & Ball colour.
But, like the best brand names, they’re emotive not literal, and they’re memorable.
Taken together, they suggest brand values of being traditional, British and trusted, just like a Jane Austen character or the component of a steam train.
We’ll reveal who the impostors are in the list on Twitter later this week.
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