|Fort Thomas resident Thomas Jackson in front of his Farrow & Ball display at his storefront, Bloodline Merchants.|
The store has been the go-to source for folks interested in unique, reasonably priced antiques, many of which are found at the Newark International Antiques & Collectors Fair, held every two months northwest of London, and the Lincolnshire Antiques & Home Show in the East Midlands. Recently, Jackson has begun offering a new product from across the pond: Farrow & Ball paint and paper.
|The next closest Farrow & Ball stockist is in Chicago.|
|The paint responds dramatically to light ...|
|... and is richly pigmented.|
|A book of paper samples at Bloodline Merchants.|
|Farrow & Ball in a room.|
|Farrow & Ball paper is handcrafted using Farrow & Ball paint.|
|The paper is often used for smaller projects, too.|
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Jackson has entered into several other collaborations and partnerships, including one with tailor Trevor Furbay Bespoke Tailors, located in Mariemont, Ohio. Jackson has provided Furbay with Bloodline Merchants furnishings, which Furbay uses to display clothing and accessories. The furnishings can be purchased at the tailor's location. Furbay's counter was recently painted with Bloodline Merchants-sourced Farrow & Ball paint, in high-gloss Hague Blue.
Like the furnishings, the paint and paper is the perfect complement to historical and modern homes alike, such as those found throughout Fort Thomas. To learn more about Farrow & Ball, view the paint and paper in rooms, and to see videos of how it's made, visit here. You can find Bloodline Merchants online here and here.