Mizzle is one of Farrow and Ball’s most popular green-grey colours. Named after the mix of mist and drizzle often found in the west country, this soft green is ideal for creating spaces that feel both serene and uplifting. In this article, I’m sharing some of my favourite examples of how Farrow and Ball Mizzle can be used in the home.
Farrow and Ball Mizzle Bedroom
Image Credit: This 1870 House
This gorgeous bedroom by ‘This 1870 House’ features Mizzle on the walls. As you can see, it works really well with the natural accents in the room to create a space that feels calm and at one with nature.
Attic Bedroom Painted in Mizzle
Image Credit: Joanne Ibbotson
This bright, spacious loft bedroom design by Joanne Ibbotson looks incredible painted in Mizzle with a white ceiling. The green in the chair, pillows, and curtains helps to create a balanced look, while the royal blue bedspread adds a touch of contrast and luxury to the space.
Interior Doors Painted in Farrow and Ball Mizzle
Image Credit: @asherandrye
If you just want to add a touch of colour to a white room in your home, try painting your woodwork or doors in Mizzle as an accent. This subtle hint of colour keeps the space light and bright, and creates a unique, sophisticated look.
Farrow and Ball Mizzle Nursery
Image credit: @lockhousereno
Farrow and Ball’s Mizzle is an ideal colour for a nursery. Green is known for being one of the most calming bedroom colours, so it’s ideal for creating a space for your little one to sleep and relax in. It works well with warm tones in the natural solid wood flooring. Above the picture rail has been painted in white, which helps to keep the space feeling bright and airy.
A Serene Guest Bedroom
Image Credit: Saf Shaikh
With soft green walls and a light grey upholstered bed, this beautiful room by Saf Shaikh is a great example of how the most straightforward designs can often have the most significant effect. This bedroom feels calming and welcoming—exactly what you want for a guest bedroom. The black accents create a wonderful contrast against the soft sage green walls, adding a touch of contemporary flair to the space.
Farrow and Ball Fence Paint
Image Credit: Paultrivett.online
Farrow and Ball’s exterior paint range is perfect for sprucing up your garden.
I love how Mizzle has been used on the fence of this garden—take a look at the before and after pictures to see the difference it has made!
Farrow and Ball’s Exterior Eggshell is ideal for use on wood and metal, so it’s a great choice if you’re looking to paint your fence. This simple transformation can have a huge effect on your garden, taking it from dull and drab to insta-worthy in a matter of hours!
Farrow and Ball Colour Scheme for a Country Kitchen
Image Credit: @peoniesandpoodles
How gorgeous is this colour scheme?! Mizzle has been used on the walls, with a combination of Dead Salmon and Skimming Stone on the walls. This look works well in traditional kitchens, adding a big dose of colour and charm.
- Walls: Mizzle
Is Farrow and Ball Mizzle a Warm Colour?
Yes, Mizzle is a warm colour, thanks to the sage green tones in the paint. It works really well in rooms with warm sunlight, such as South or West facing rooms.
What Colours Go With Farrow and Ball Mizzle?
Mizzle works best on its own, with white and natural accents.
The best white colours for your woodwork would be:
If you’re looking for a bold accent colour to go with Mizzle, try Downpipe. This dramatic grey colour is a great choice for accent furniture and woodwork, and will create a nice contrast against Mizzle.
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If you’re ready to start choosing curtains and accessories to go with Mizzle, check out the best curtains for green walls for some inspiration!