FARROW & BALL:
BRi TisH CRafTsMen in paint
WHOLE NEW HOME:
and paper, farrow & Ball creates
unmatched paints and handcrafted
wallpapers at its home in dorset,
for its paints, the company uses
only the finest ingredients and
crafts its colors with an abundance
of rich, proprietary pigments
according to age-old production
methods. all paint is 100 percent
waterborne, free of plastic and vol-
atile organic compounds (VoCs).
The farrow & Ball palette of 132
timeless colors is carefully curated
by color experts, ensuring that the
historically rooted shades have a
global appeal, equally tantalizing
on walls in london, Berlin, Paris,
new York, and los angeles.
farrow & Ball wallpapers are
in a class by themselves. simply
unique. Traditionally block and
trough printed using only farrow
& Ball paint, each pattern presents
an exquisite tactile appearance.
from stripes and damasks to
florals and geometrics, there is a
pattern to suit any project.
discover more about farrow &
Ball at www.farrow-ball.com.
BUILT FOR DESIGNERS
WHole neW HoMe is built for
designers like you. We’re a plat-
form to grow your home design
business and a community of
artists, interior designers, decora-
tors, suppliers, and manufacturers
working together to support the
home design community in every
way we can.
our matching system lets clients
find You, based on shared taste.
You can collaborate on projects
using inspiration boards, and our
chat tools make it fast and easy to
connect. You’ll find furniture and
decor your clients will love from
our rich and growing selection.
designers share the profits
with Whole new Home on every
purchase clients make. Plus, you
can earn additional income by
monetizing inspiration boards
over and over again to our com-
munity of design enthusiasts.
every transaction helps people
who are homeless in our local
communities. That’s why we say,
“Better homes for everyone.”
learn more at WholenewHome.
401 F Street NW • Washington, DC 20001 • www.nbm.org
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