A dark and sophisticated lavender
Brassica’s rich lavender tones feel both feminine and charming in light areas, but become much more sophisticated and grey in darker areas due to an underlying hint of black. Named after the group of plants which includes purple sprouting broccoli, this warm shade lifts cold feeling rooms without being overtly red. It is often combined with Elephant's Breath and Skimming Stone for a rich, contemporary feel.
Recommended Primer & Undercoat: Dark Tones
Complementary white: Great White
Cox Paint offers Farrow & Ball products in 100 ml. sample pots as well as a variety of paint types, finishes and sizes. You can view choices and make your selection from the list of options below.