This paint went on the walls beautifully. It initially looks lighter green when wet, but as the paint dries it takes on a beautiful subtle green shade. It is neither to dark nor "to green". We used eggshell finish and it added a warmth and depth to the entire room.
16 septembre 2014
An elegant colour
Used this in my South facing dining room which has black & red Victorian quarry tiles & a large gritstone fireplace & it sets these off very well. Usual F & B thing of needing that extra coat to give the best results (even when using F & B undercoat of an almost identical colour) but am extremely satisfied with the overall result.
30 mai 2014
We used this in the garden on our new games room, its perfect for softening the lines of the building and blending in with the surrounding area
30 avril 2014
Lovely colour that looks green in sunlight then soft grey or bone colour in the evening. In the picture I have used it with Olive Green on the walls, then Smoke Green and Churlish on the drawers.
23 avril 2014
Absolutely love the colour. Best paint iv seen and used so far. Very unique colour choices. Great to use got the 5 litre tin even have some left over for another small room. Would defiantly recommend. Thank you.
13 mars 2014
A flagship colour from F&B. I've used it many a time in my different houses. Goes on wetter than most emulsions but the dry finish is second to none- probably the best paint in the world!
12 mars 2014
Beautiful traditional colour
Tried many, many different 'green' paints for our narrow hall stairs and landing and finally found F&B 'ball green' which was perfect. Initially winced at the price for a tin but it was worth every single penny. Its easy to use, strong pigment, and the finish is sublime, I now won't use any other paint! Wish I'd used F&B years ago.
26 fÃ©vrier 2014
A warmer greyish green for dark spaces
Our mid-terrace house from 1928 was refurbished in 1969, using lots of teak detailing, such as the stairs and all the doors. In the dark and narrow north-facing hall, we wanted a greyish green tone that would go well with our old maps, all the teak and our Travertine floor. We loved 'Lichen' in the shop, but it looked grey and dull in our dark hall. We wanted a colour that looked greyish-green and not grey in a dark space, and Ball Green Modern Emulsion turned out to be the answer to our problem. To really bring out the green in the wall paint, we used 'Olive' (Estate Eggshell) on the skirting boards and the door frames. Note that Ball Green looks completely different and much warmer in artificial evening light than in daylight.
23 fÃ©vrier 2014