Color Us Happy: Farrow Ball Paint at Bellevue's Table Top and Home

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!--paging_filter--pAnyone who has admired a richly painted room in a design magazine has likely come across the name Farrow Ball. Established in Dorset, England, in 1946, this esteemed line of 132 high-quality and lushly pigmented paint colors is now available at Bellevue’s Table Top and Home, much to the delight of local décor addicts. “Farrow Ball is unmatched,” says store owner Keva Dodd. “The magic is in the incorporation of pigment as the paint is being made, not added on to a base.” It’s a process much like baking a cake from scratch rather than from a mix, and the result is consistent from can to can. “If you were to paint a room and then several years later need to repaint a wall,” Dodd says, “you could order the same color paint, and the newly painted wall would match with a less than 1 percent variance.” Table Top and Home has hundreds of gallons of the line’s most popular colors (including sunny Yellow Cake; gray-toned Purbeck Stone; moody Stiffkey Blue; and neutral Ammonite) and can special-order anything (wallpaper and archived colors) to arrive within two business days. Starts at $92.50 per gallon. Table Top and Home, Bellevue, 1105 Bellevue Way NE; 425.454.7322;a href="http://www.tabletopandhome.com" target="_blank" tabletopandhome.com /a/p

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