Is Farrow and Ball Clunch discontinued?

Is Farrow and Ball Clunch discontinued?

Is Farrow and Ball Clunch discontinued?

Sadly, Farrow and Ball archived the color in 2018 because it’s close in color to other shades, but it is still available for order.

What colour is Clunch?

chalk white
Named after the chalk stone used for many East Anglian buildings, Farrow and Ball No. 2009 Clunch is a soft chalk white with a yellow base. It creates an incredibly versatile finish which is pleasing and easy to live with.

What color is ammonite?

A naturally understated grey Ammonite is named after the treasured fossils often found on the Dorset coast. It has a fantastically understated quality, and sits effortlessly with our Easy Neutrals. Neither too warm nor too cool, its subtle grey tone creates a hushed and calming feel in homes both old and new.

What colour is Cornforth?

An understated grey. Cornforth White is the mid tone in the group of Easy Neutrals which are totally understated and extremely versatile. Neither too warm nor too cool, Cornforth White sits contentedly between Ammonite and Purbeck Stone to create a hushed and calming retreat.

What color is Clunch by Farrow and Ball?

Clunch farrowandball is a soft chalk white we used for all walls and millwork. Its yellow base creates an incredibly versatile finish, making this an easy colour to live with.

Is Clunch discontinued?

The shades being retired from the colour chart are: Clunch, Archive, Smoked Trout, Book Room Red, Yellow Cake, Ringwold Ground, Tunsgate Green, Drawing Room Blue and Black Blue.

Is Ammonite lighter than Cornforth White?

Farrow and Ball Ammonite One shade lighter than Cornforth White, Ammonite is subtle refined grey which looks airy in light spaces but also really smart in areas with less natural light. If you want to pair it with a darker grey paint, it looks stunning with the moody F&B Mole’s Breath.

What is Clunch construction?

Clunch is a traditional building material of chalky limestone rock used mainly in eastern England and Normandy. Clunch distinguishes itself from archetypal forms of limestone by being softer in character when cut, such as resembling chalk in lower density, or with minor clay-like components.