Farrow and Ball Elephant’s Breath 229 paint color review
Let’s dive into a full Elephant’s Breath paint color review. Take a look at pictures of real interiors and exteriors painted with beautiful 229. Find out if this gorgeous warm beige paint color would look great on your living room walls or trims, kitchen cabinet, bedroom accent wall, bathroom or house exterior.
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LRV of Elephant’s Breath
Elephant’s Breath 229 has an LRV of 53.62 % and refers to Light Medium colors that reflect half of the incident light
Light Reflectance Value measures the amount of visible and usable light that reflects from a painted surface.
Simply put, the higher LRV of paint color, the brighter room you will get.
Scale goes from 0% (absolute black, absorbing all light) to 100% (pure white, reflecting 100% of all light).
Act like a pro: Choosing paint with LRV of 53.62 % be attentive to your bulbs light Brightness.Light Brightness – measured in lumens. The lower LRV of paint you have, the higher lumen level you need. Every square feet of room needs at least 40 lumens. That means for a 200 square feet living room you’ll need 8000 lumens of light. To achieve that brightness, you would require a total of 8 bulbs, 1000lm each.
What are Farrow and Ball Elephant’s Breath undertones?
Red is Farrow and Ball Elephant’s Breath undertone color, as you can clearly see on the color field below. To determine this undertone we’ve removed all the tints, tones, shades and get HUE (pure color). Seems that undertone definition on a white sheet is already outdated and rather inaccurate
Farrow & Ball Elephant’s Breath
If you want to go for a gray wall in your living area that is not too dark then, Farrow & Ball suggest using colours with a yellow base which will make for a warmer grey. Try using Elephant’s Breath No.229 has the most contemporary feel, with a purple undertone.
«Elephant’s Breath with its hint of magenta will read as a warm contemporary grey but can become almost lilac in west facing rooms. To make it less lilac it is best not used with All White, but with the softer Strong White. For fashionable interiors, offset it with Charleston Gray and London Clay as slightly more intense accents. Mid Tones Undercoat. An interpretation of this famously named colour by John Fowler. Use as a colour in its own right, or as part of a ‘stone’ scheme. Use Undercoat No. 1.»
Farrow & Ball Elephants Breath can be slightly beige in a south-facing room and more grey in the blue light of a north-facing room. It is a great color chameleon giving different color tones throughout the day giving the appearance of either a pure gray, a kahki green, a stoney gray and even some pale heather undertones. This paint color looks great paired up with white trim and white cabinets in the kitchen.
Farrow & Ball Elephant’s Breath painted living rooms
Farrow & Ball Elephant’s Breath is a great paint color choice for living rooms.
Farrow & Ball Elephant’s Breath painted walls looks amazing combined with purple furniture. via Amoroso Design
Farrow & Ball Elephant’s Breath combines in a fantastic way with white trim and white furnishings.
Mid-sized country formal open concept living room in London with grey walls, light hardwood floors and a wood stove. The sofa, in charcoal grey brushed cotton, is from OneDeko, while the walls, units and dining table are painted in Farrow & Ball’s Elephant’s Breath. This pale hue allows the furniture to recede into the background, as Lindsey was keen that the accessories didn’t distract from the building itself. via Rendall & Wright
Elephant’s breath walls, bone sofa, with blue, orange and grey accents. Transitional living room in San Francisco via John K. Anderson Design
The curves maintain a soft, family-friendly feeling, while the mix of materials and the artwork give the the couple the original style they love. Wall paint: Elephant’s Breath, Farrow & Ball; sofa: Van Gogh Designs; barrel chairs: Elte. Design ideas for a mid-sized contemporary living room in Toronto with grey walls, a standard fireplace and no tv. via FIG Interiors
Farrow & Ball Elephant’s Breath in the living room, looks great with white ceiling and trim.
Wooden Araton footstool; Milano sofa, both Flamant. Gala coffee table, Habitat. Walls painted in Elephant’s Breath, Farrow & Ball. Browse 10 simple steps to working the industrial look. via TG-Studio
Still as popular as ever, with cool grey tones in the morning, and warm oatmeal tones in the afternoon sun. via Farrow & Ball
Farrow & Ball Elephant’s Breath looks amazing with the red accents on the walls.
Panelling painted in Elephants Breath with Skimming Stone above, paint available from Farrow & Ball. Heritage Wall Panels From The Wall Panelling Company.
Blend old and new — Have an historic home but modern tastes? Don’t try to downplay your home’s period features – emphasise them, as this designer has, to create an eye-catching contrast with your contemporary furniture. Love the mixture of red accents with the gray wall color. Walls painted in Elephant’s Breath. via The Room Company
Farrow & Ball Elephant’s Breath painted kitchen cabinets, walls and ceiling
This warm gray paint with slight purple undertones makes for a fantastic paint color for your kitchen cabinets, look at the examples below.
Expansive traditional kitchen in North West. All the paint was produced by Farrow & Ball. The Cabinets were Elephants Breath, and the Island was Chemise (no longer available), I believe the walls were painted in Cornforth White. The tiles are a metro type tile with a small bevelled edge, unfortunately I forget where they were sourced, but I hope that’s helpful. via Lewis Alderson & Co.
Traditional u-shaped kitchen. In this space the ceiling has been painted in Farrow & Ball Elephant’s Breath, while the walls are painted Savage Ground by Farrow and Ball and the kitchen cabinets in white. via Christopher A Rose AIA, ASID
A small country l-shaped open plan kitchen in London with flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, quartz benchtops, glass sheet splashback, stainless steel appliances, medium hardwood floors and a peninsula. The simplicity of the beautifully crafted kitchen masks high-end appliances, such as the range. The units were built for Rendall by Unpainted Kitchens to her own design, then painted in Elephant’s Breath (a gray) to reflect the rest of the scheme. via Rendall & Wright
This is an example of a transitional kitchen in London with shaker cabinets, grey cabinets, white splashback, subway tile splashback and light hardwood floors. Kitchen cabinets painted in Elephant’s Breath via Cortney Bishop Design
White kitchen with blue kitchen island and kitchen cabinets painted in Farrow & Ball’s Elephant’s Breath
Traditional eat-in kitchen in Dublin with an undermount sink, beaded inset cabinets and grey cabinet. Elephants Breath by Farrow and Ball Paint on cabinet. via Optimise Design
Transitional galley kitchen with recessed-panel cabinets, grey cabinets, beige splashback, subway tile splashback, light hardwood floors and an island. cabinet color= farrow and ball: elephant’s breath no. 229. via Peach Studio
Farrow & Ball Elephant’s Breath country kitchen cabinets. Hill Farm Furniture Ltd
Farrow & Ball Elephant’s Breath painted bedroom walls
Contemporary bedroom with walls painted in Farrow and Ball’s Elephants’s breath. Love the modern art and the gray bed. via Lucy Harris Studio
Elephants Breath by Farrow and Ball Paint bedroom walls, gray bedroom design, four poster bed.
Farrow & Ball Elephant’s Breath painted walls in this mid-sized traditional guest bedroom. The Humber with grey walls, carpet, a standard fireplace and a metal fireplace surround.
Eclectic teen room for girls with walls painted in farrow and ball — elephants’s breath. The purple undertones stand out more with the use of purple curtains.
Storage was also a key priority and the designer suggested a large triple wardrobe, two side tables, a chest of drawers and a tall boy, all from the same range for a unified feel. Walls painted in Elephant’s Breath; Tessella wallpaper, both Farrow & Ball. Chelsea bed, The French Bedroom Company. Carrington furniture, all Barker & Stonehouse. Throw; cushions; blinds in Sloane fabric, all Designers Guild. Via Interior Therapy
In the master bedroom, black-framed family portraits serve as a headboard. The bedroom windows add much-needed light and views into the backyard. Paint color: Elephant’s Breath by Farrow & Ball. via Holly Marder