Name: London Clay 244, Railings 31, Hardwick White 5, Mahogany 36 over Shaded White 201
Brand: Farrow & Ball
This week, I’m taking last week’s zig zag idea one step further, varying the line in size, color and rhythm. Think of this as a flame stitch pattern writ large.
The trick was to get this to look Italian in the 70s instead of like a big poncho. Colors, same as last week, were a bevy of Farrow & Ball brown and beige, with a cool Hardwick White offsetting the warm tones.
Although I made and followed a small sketch strike-off, I basically attacked the wall with a pencil to get the thrust of it — establishing vertical cross points and adding stripes as I went along.
The result — dare I say it — is surprisingly tame and livable. Although it’s behind a bed I wouldn’t think it would keep me up at night — chartreuse and apricot would be another story. No cheesy process shots this week! I’ll close with a wider angle establishing shot, and another nod to Nina at Haus Interior.
- Mark Chamberlain, interior and decorative painter