A classic crimson
Our richest crimson originally takes its name from Latin, but is now a much used term for crimsons and reds. Similar to the deep glossy red used by David Hicks at Barons Court in the 1970s, Incarnadine is unashamedly classic and glamorous. It can be used to sumptuous effect in halls when offset with Tanner’s Brown on woodwork, or feel more edgy and graphic when paired with a bright white.
Recommended Primer & Undercoat: Red and Warm Tones
Complementary white: Wimborne 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.