As I said the range of whites and greys they've added are very typical of their signature style as are some of the cute and quirky names. Mole's Breath "reflecting the beautiful colour of a mole’s coat" and Dimpse being "the colour of twilight according to West Country dialect". Stiffkey Blue is another Farrow & Ball classic "reminiscent of the extraordinary colour of the mud found at Stiffkey beach, Norfolk". The surprises are a true pink called Nancy's Blushes, the energising St Giles Blue and the retro inspired Yelowcake!
Although I'm not excited by the new 'whites' (I always prefer a pure white) I think it's a well balanced collection of colours to add to their range and I do have my favourites. I love St Giles Blue for an accent colour but Nancy's Blushes is the one catching my imagination most of all. It's not far from all those peachy tones I'm loving right now and I could certainly see myself working it into one or two furniture projects, maybe with a wee hint of the Purbeck Stone or Mole's Breath?
Which ones, if any, are your favourites? Do let me know in the comments, I'd love to know your thoughts on these.